Thursday, January 23, 2014

Applying Moisturizer to Skin

Moisturizer Rubbed on an Arm
Applying Moisturizer to Skin
A bit of another dud video? The temperature range is pretty tight, but the lotion doesn't show up much after being applied. It initially shows up as a dark blotch and then blends in with the background after it is rubbed around. The lotion was stored at room temperature. Most interesting part may be how cold the fingers appear compared to the arm. Enjoy it, regardless?

Don't know how, but I hope it gets buried in the back. I probably should have played around with the temperature range to see if anything would show up. But that would have required having a third set of hands, which I didn't have yet. Maybe in the future. Or maybe I forget this ever happened and avoid playing with moisturizers or cream from now on. Going with past history, that second part about the avoiding will probably be the path taken. Guess we'll see down the road.

Reminder: Temperatures are not accurate.


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