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Cold hands

18.03.2011 - 15:51

coco lotion

How's it going today? I have a fair warning for you: If you are in Finland this time of the year be careful not to lose your gloves or mittens. Tuesday I lost my other mitten somewhere in Helsinki central area. Because it is still winter and quite cold out there, I tried to find a new pair to warm my hands. Surprisingly pretty much all the stores were filled with spring accessories. Very optimistic. Straw hats and pretty thin scarves didn't seem help with my problem. Finally at one store I found a pair of simple green knit gloves and bought them without hesitation.

After finding the gloves I went to look for some hand and body lotion. Have you tried the lotions from Lush? I hadn't tried them before and I decided to go for Coco Lotion. Someone on seems to have commented it smells like baby sick. It doesn't. One of the reasons I chose Coco Lotion was it's very subtle scent. The lotion is not perfumed, so the scent comes from it's ingredients, including coconut oil. It dries very fast, yet moisturizes well. So good.

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I'm Mervi Emilia Eskelinen, an artist, and a multi-talent of web visibility and branding from Finland. I help indie businesses, freelancers and bloggers to stand out online. I have 18 years of experience and a formal education in everything about web design and development, branding and online marketing.

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[...] I was waiting for a tram with this guy I've been working with lately. The sun was shining, but since it's autumn the weather was rather nippy. I was shivering and he said I'd need more clothes. "Or more body fat", I answered laconically. He didn't agree and said some people just get easier cold and some keep warm in any weather. I made a remark of how I don't think I've got much blood circulating my extremity and how I always have cold hands. [...]

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