anyway! People have always said I've got soft skin, I expect it's just genetic or something, but my skin has always been really smooth, and goosebumps don't show much either so its even smooooooooooooooooooooother :D
I cannot take being rough to my tights and arms they are extremely sensitive. I have to be careful about friction because if I slide across the flood or working out or something like that I be very careful because my skin is very soft
I have very soft skin. I always use cocoa butter after I shower and have since I can remember. I have been told by many people my skin is silky soft and my hands are the softest they have ever felt. I don't really do anything , except like I said cocoa butter, I however do enjoy...
When i was younger, I had dry skin and had to use bath oils. Since then, I have used lotion my whole life and am always told I have soft skin. I guess I never think that using lotion everyday is not the norm, until I'm told that's not the case.
When home I apply lotion to my legs and body twice a week.
When away on business I do it nightly.
I pamper myself cause I like soft, smooth touchable skin. it is exhillerating as its mine.
One of my indulgences.
I forgot exactly what it was called and I just used it this night for my shower session, but it's "Oil and Cream" blend. My skin is so soft and so moisturized that it shines a healthy glow. The feel is like silk. I don't itch and it didn't have a bad reaction with my...
so much too. Not that I'm worried just now, at nineteen.A woman has to think about these things. Keep her beauty.I do have a salts bath every fortnight!I try not to use too much make up, you know foundation, despite being very white. I avoid sun damage that way.