Are you sensitive? I'm not asking as in, "Do you cry every single time you watch "Beaches" or see the annual tabloid issue called, Stars With Cellulite. (Actually, some of us do the happy dance regarding that tome.)
But we digress. Are you sensitive in terms of having the kind of skin that needs to be really babied at any age?
Here's a great beauty scoop: Go into your local Nordies or Neiman Marcus and wander into the newborn baby aisle. Scoop up some amazing skin softeners from a line called Noodle & Boo. The products are made for the sensitive skin of newborns, and are also the rage in Hollywood where it's good to be a softie.
Celebs who love these products include Adam Sandler, Angie Harmon, Brooke Shields, Celine Dion, Debra Messing, Geena Davis, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sharon Stone and Kelly Preston to name a few.
Now, let's shop….
The best of the best is their virtually intoxicating Super Soft Lotion, which retails for $14, and is truly one of the best body moisturizers on the market. When you get hooked, the French Milled Soap for $12 is also a wonderful tub accessory as is the Heart Soap for $15.
To die for product: The Balm. It's their long-lasting moisturizer that cancels out dry, chapped or callused hands and feet. How? It contains fruit-derived alpha-hydroxy acids to gently get rid of rough skin for $24.
The hypoallergenic products were created by Christine Burger who lovingly named the company after two of her children, Andrew and Matthew, also dubbed Noodle and Boo.
Oh, you could also create a nice gift set for your friends who are having kids or grandkids. Or pretend like you're doing just that as you baby yourself, Boo.