|ooohkay, i might be wierd on this one.
||[Feb. 17th, 2006|11:34 pm]
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imagine a hypothetical for me. you know how sometimes you'll be heading out for your day, and so you'll dress normally for the weather. on our particular day, you might know it's gonna be a bit nippy but not too bad, so you put on a sweater, jeans, gloves, and hat. and you spend a lot of time outside (say, two, three hours), but don't feel particularly cold. in fact you feel warm enough that you can take off the hat and gloves.
at the end of the day, after you've been warm and inside for hours, does your skin ever feel extremely dry and somewhat painful? i'm not talking just the face, i mean, all over.
this happens to me on occasions like this. i try to prepare with good clothes and moistinins and i try to treat afterwards with lotions and goodness, but to no avail! i just have to wait it out.
am i alone on this? do i just have freaky sensitive skin when it comes to temperature?
is there anything that you do that works like a charm, or at least helps a bit?