Some general winter skin care suggestions

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I hate being whiter than Casper but it is hard to get a tan in the winter when you live in Wisconsin.

Last year I went to a tanning salon and was unimpressed with the results. It was expensive, took a lot of time, my skin became dry and itchy and I really didn’t get very tan from it. I did get a sweaty ass though.

I decided I wanted to stop tanning in the sun and in beds because I do not want my skin looking like crocodile leather by the time I turn forty.

Now instead I use Nivea for Men lotion in the morning after I shave. This keeps my face moisturized during the winter and includes sunblock to keep the sun’s rays from damaging my skin.

At night before I go to bed I use sunless tanning lotion. It is an affordable and convenient way for me to get a little color.

I also use lip balm daily in the winter. The wind and cold cause havoc to my lips without it. Chapped lips are not attractive to the girl you are hoping to kiss.

Now that you think I’m a total metrosexual I think I will end this post icon_smile.gif

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  • Beethoven
    January 5th, 2008 at 10:47 am

    A humidifier or air moisterizer is also a good thing to run, especially in the bedroom.

  • Mack Tight
    January 5th, 2008 at 8:35 pm

    That is a good point Beethoven, I forgot about that.

    A humidifier can help eliminate dry itchy skin and eliminate sinus problems. It is $30 well spent.

  • Ha$h
    January 7th, 2008 at 10:32 am

    Carmex is the best and it keeps your lips nice and smooth. I’ve gotten many comments about how smooth my lips are and how nice they are to kiss, use that carmex at the first signs of chapping and you will not have any problems


  • Mack Tight
    January 7th, 2008 at 10:52 am

    Carmex is made is Wisconsin so I got to love it. As a kid there was a rumor that it is addictive. Maybe they put a pinch of crack in it :)

    I recently stopped using it because of the menthol in it. I do not understand why they have to put it in acne pads, astringents, shampoos and other products where it does nothing more than give you a cool tingle. I do not want to smell like Vick’s Vapor Rub unless I have a cold.

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