We're home-again-home-again-jiggety-jig after a very refreshing and blog-fodder filled mini-vacation (have you ever seen so many hypens in one sentence?) I'll post about it in a day or two, when I can find my way out from under my backed-up to-do list. Anyone want to guess where we went? Hints: our particular destination is within a three-hour driving distance of Oklahoma, and it has a lot of...um, personality.
Okay, on to WFMW...
You handful of male readers might want to skip this one, unless you shave your legs, in which case may I tell you that you have seriously stumbled onto the wrong blog?
You know what I really, really loathe? When you shave your legs in the winter time and they get all chill-bumpy the minute you step out of the shower. And then, when you go to apply your moisturizer, it's like applying lotion to sandpaper. Miserable.
BUT, if you keep baby oil in your shower and apply it to your legs immediately after you shave (while still in the shower), you step out already moisturized. AND, strangely enough, I don't get the chill bumps when I've done this. AND even better, I'm saving a fortune by not buying expensive moisturizers. The baby oil works better than anything I've used.
*UPDATED TO ADD* To answer your questions you left in the comment section, no, the oil doesn't make me too "greasy". I apply it in the shower immediately after shaving, rinse it off, and I've never had any trouble with it getting on clothes or furniture. Just try not to spill any on the shower floor, or you could slip! ;)
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