WWN - March 2: Dry Skin Survival Guide

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WWN - March 2: Dry Skin Survival Guide
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Wed, 03-03-2010 - 12:22am
It's time deal with dry skin in this week's Your Total Health Women's Wellness Newsletter:



     â€¢ Dry Skin Suvival Guide, including

     â€¢ 7 Ways to Pamper Dry Skin, plus

     â€¢ Surprising Skin Parchers and

     â€¢ Head-to-Toe Solutions for Dry Skin



Come share your own strategies for coping with dry skin. My favorite tip is simple and really does help keep your skin hydrated: drink plenty of water!




Siggy

Community Leader of Women's Health



• Pull Up a Chair At the Kitchen Table â€¢






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Wed, 03-03-2010 - 6:18pm


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Thu, 03-04-2010 - 4:19pm
I second drinking water!

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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 2:15pm
Welcome to the board, Theresa!



It's great that your husband likes to be clean, but do you think you could convince him to switch to a shower instead of a bath occasionally?



Your mileage goal in your exercise ticker is impressive! Do you walk, jog or run -- or do a combination?



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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 2:22pm
It's not quite so noticeable to me now that I live in a place with more moisture, but I could really tell when I wasn't drinking enough water when we lived in an arid climate.



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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 2:50pm

Oh yes, I don't notice it when I visit southern states, mexico, even Iowa, but here in Colorado.... super dry.

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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 4:01pm

>>Your mileage goal in your exercise ticker is impressive! Do you walk, jog or run -- or do a combination<<


Thanks for asking!


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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 6:38pm
The driest my skin has ever been, I think, was in Las Vegas. I could feel it with every move, and I couldn't drink enough water to keep my skin hydrated. I couldn't imagine living there. Colorado can't be quite that bad, I hope!



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Mon, 03-08-2010 - 6:45pm
No matter how you get there, it's great that you're putting in the miles! I was a runner in high school and college, a sometimes jogger in my 30s, and now I'm a confirmed walker, lol.



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Tue, 03-09-2010 - 9:55am
Oh yes, it can.