Friday, October 13, 2006

The answer is Cetaphil

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Today's SBQ was suggested by Lee and is:

As we all know, stitching in the winter can really be rough on the hands. What do you do to treat your hands well in the cold winter months? Do you have any suggestions for creams or soaps? Or perhaps a special regimen that you would like to share?

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Anonymous said...

I'm a Cetaphil junkie - isn't it the best?

Myrna said...

okay... I'm going to have to look for this stuff! With the cold and snow already here... my hands are getting rough!


Leeland said...

I'm trying to update as no blogging for a long time... Nice stitching, and cheerful news that your lovely DD came to see you, Lelia!
Take care!

Kitty said...

I don't know if you can find "Keri" Original Moisture Therapy in the US?
I've been using this moisturizing cream for few years (in the winter in Hong Kong)and found it great for dry skins.. it works well on all parts of body..
I heard that this is also a doctor's recommendation, try it if you can get it!


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