Skin care is my weakness. How I love my lotions and potions, but not just any concoction caresses my skin. In fact, it is often those little gems that are my must-have treats. I will admit, I have quite a few tucked away. You know, I am preparing for the “just in case” event if it should arise. Although, some may say, I am hoarding my stash.
Okay, okay, to some my stash looks like I am prepping for a zombie Armageddon, but ya gotta cut a diva some slack. I mean, aside from the luxurious skin care addiction, I am not as high maintenance as some believe. After all, a chica has to be ready to battle – and I am no Katniss. I just need to have it securely tucked away for when the creepy monsters start trolling the streets. I mean, seriously, you have seen them up close, haven’t you? Well, there then, I rest my case.
Every 30 days our bodies generate a fresh layer of skin that leisurely works its way to the exterior as the timeworn one is sloughed off naturally.
As we age, this renewing process decelerates and new skin takes much longer to expose itself. Gentle exfoliation can speed up the process, so ladies, let’s grab our men and lead them into the shower or bath. *wink*
Exfoliating should be the last phase before treading out of the shower. Your skin must be thoroughly hydrated so that the scrub doesn’t scrape. It is best to apply the product with a loofah, natural sea sponge, or washcloth. When shopping for scrubs, angels, grab the ones prepared of natural grains.
Start once a week, then gradually increase up to three times. Remember to work the product into your skin with a gentle circular motion. Men pay attention cause this is what a Morasco lesson is — it’s your cue to have at it and let it roll. *meow*
Freshly exfoliated skin is delicate, hence, protection is vital. Since the skin’s shield has been removed, we must nourish it generously. So, my Therro darlings, an abundant, frothy, whipped cream will repair the lipid wall and retain the delectable softness of the skin. As for my play on words…enjoy!
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