Moisturizing Extremely Dry Skin

As we age our skin begins loose some it’s moisture and we sometimes find ourselves without that baby soft skin that we began our lives with. Let’s face it we all want to keep our skin soft to the touch (even if we are the only one who touches our own skin).Keeping your skin soft and smooth seems to help hold on to an impression of youth. Here are a few tips to help keep the moisture in your skin and getting rid of dry alligator skin.Remember Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize.Everyday life tends to deplete our skin of its natural moisture. The skin need to be replenished of this moisture.Use a body loofah or Buff Puff. These delicate body scrubbers remove dead skin cells while being gentle enough not to cause damage to the next layer of skin. Read more

Fortune Teller, Gypsy and Belly Dancer Jewelry

These elegant characters have the pleasure of wearing lots of beautiful jewelry. Fortune tellers need a gaudy ring on nearly every finger and piles of dangly bangles on both wrists. Gypsies need big hoop earrings and multiple strands of beads around their necks, and wide bangles on their wrists.Belly dancers come in several different varieties, depending on the regions from which they hail. A traditional Egyptian belly dancer can use c, layered-chain chokers and necklaces, and ornate wrist bands. “Tribal” belly dancers, from Turkey or Afghanistan, for example, need lots of rustic metal and glass stone pieces, and even braided threads and tassels. And of course, every belly dancer needs a beautiful bindi or set of bindi adornments for her forehead.

All three of these characters can get by with a little – or a lot! – of dangly coin jewelry, too.