does electric blanket dry out you're skin in the winter months
I have an electric blanket and I've always turn it on about an hour or so before I get into bed so that it is nice and warm by the time I get in but the turn it off as I get in just to but my mind to rest from the scares and rumours about the dangerous of an electric blanket, but yeh they have been known to cause dry skin but only if your skin is already fragile or dry.
by albc 8 years ago
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Why does my skin get so dry in the winter?
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