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anyone turning into a lizard?

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Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 13:18:55

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colditzmum Fri 11-Mar-05 13:20:22

I am a lizard too. I should be applying moisteriser day and night, but can't be bothered.

Lucycat Fri 11-Mar-05 13:20:24

Back to the sea, back to the sea! fish out of water will tend to dry up!!

Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 13:20:50

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Sponge Fri 11-Mar-05 13:23:27

Yes indeed, dry and positively rough in places and no amount of creaming makes any difference.
But then I too am a misplaced sea creature.

Maybe try drinking water instead of tea or alcohol on occasion.

Enid Fri 11-Mar-05 13:24:57

drink loads loads loads of water, open windows in your house or put pots of water on the radiators, L'oreal Body cream stuff for v dry skin is excellent

Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 13:28:22

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NomDePlume Fri 11-Mar-05 13:30:09

exfoliate with a good body scrub, personally i really like the sugar scrub from Tesco's own Spa range (only about £4 a pot too and lasts for ages). It's gritty and rubs off your scales, it has oil in it too which moisturises. Put a squirt of baby oil in your bath too, or rub it over your body when your skin is still wet after a shower. works wonders

emmatmg Fri 11-Mar-05 13:30:23

well, as I asked so something similar about this on your horned hoof club thingy i'm not gonna answer.


No-one answered me.......i'm ignoring you all!!!

(Haaaumph)

nailpolish Fri 11-Mar-05 13:31:14

if you do put baby oil in the bath - remember not to put your head under the water!!!

NomDePlume Fri 11-Mar-05 13:32:03

Oh yes ! I never wash my hair in the bath so I didn't think to mention it.

Sponge Fri 11-Mar-05 13:34:54

and it can get very slippy so be careful girls.

nutcracker Fri 11-Mar-05 13:40:48

Mine too, have started slapping the vaseline on my face before bed.

Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 13:42:11

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Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 13:42:29

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nailpolish Fri 11-Mar-05 13:45:27

smear yourself in lard cod,

nutcracker Fri 11-Mar-05 13:45:42

LOl

emmatmg Fri 11-Mar-05 13:58:29

for all you know I could have the answer.......maybe I have....you'll nevr know!!



I will not be shunned!!!









Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 13:59:36

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emmatmg Fri 11-Mar-05 14:01:15

ppppeeerrrrpppppppp



(blowing raspberry)

Cod Fri 11-Mar-05 14:01:47

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littlerach Fri 11-Mar-05 14:05:32

aqueous cream works wonders on my cracked hands.

posyhairdresser Fri 11-Mar-05 14:11:41

Do you change colour against different wall paper?



Try cod liver oil, Coddo

vicdubya Mon 21-Mar-05 21:31:48

Yes.

Try Scholl pumice foot scrub on eg hands.

And Lanisoh on scaly patches seems to be working for me.

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