How are your skin and lips coping with seasonal drop in temperature dis?

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winter1

#1

My hands are already getting dry and a few wee cuts have formed. It’s a bit stingy when I wash them or cook with a lemon. I’ve got some moisturizer to sort it out.


#2

I don’t normally get too chappy, my lips get a little bit bad but only when it’s properly cold in Winter II, close to or below freezing


#3

coconut oil is good for dry hands, man. very good


#4

I’ve got some cocoa butter style moisturizer, I like because it makes me smell like a dessert. I’ll maybe try the coconut oil too.


#5

don’t care because I’m not a massive fanny


#6

not true


#7

Fine. I do care and I am a massive fanny.

HAPPY?


#8

happier


#9

fine thanks. i do wonder how @Royter-Hatfood 's are doing though.


#10

Just moisturising more. Bald men can be in danger of dry skin they’re unaware of/unable to see, so it’s a constant battle with the elements.


#11

Really dry, I keep putting on hand cream all the time. I use the cowshed cowpat one it’s great


#12

Update: My lips are in pieces. Completely dried out. Waiting for them to crack now.


#13

I’m a fan of the cocoa butter. My mum’s cat is also obsessed with the stuff, and threw a proper strop when I was there and had switched to shea butter temporarily.


#14

They’re fine, but my feet are fucking icicles all the time :confused:


#15

mine have started giving me gyp the past few days too


#16

how did it strop, did it flounce?


#17

Sniffed my hand, backed away in disgust and started yowling at me. If I’ve used the cocoa butter she tries to lick my hand.


#18

does she not get a taste of it and think “this is actually boke and not at all like chocolate”?


#19

Yes but she never learns.


#20

About to use this- the joys of wfh.

These Korean face sheets are magic. I don’t have wrinkles but this was the only one without collagen or other liquified animal in.