Why You Should Wrap Presents and Drink Eggnog Naked
And if you happen to be celebrating alone, you should still leave your clothes in the closet. “Being naked helps maintain the health competency of your skin barrier,” Dr. Turner explains.
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“Being naked helps skin circulation, toxin elimination, prevents skin fungal infections, and reduces risk of redness or irritation under tight-fitting clothing,” she says. “Anything that prevents skin inflammation or outbreaks will help maintain your skin barrier. And the healthier the skin barrier, the less stress you’ll have and the better you ability to handle stress.”
Here are five holiday activities that will only become more enjoyable if you slip out of your clothes and enjoy the moment au naturel
In our continued effort to promote clothes free living clothesfreelife.com invites you to share photos of your clothes free living during he holiday season. You can email to us or post on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #clothesfreefortheholidays We will compile into a clothes free holiday album and post on the clothesfreelife.com web site.
So let’s get in the spirit of the season clothes free of course and share the joy of clothes free living
DECEMBER 6th – 7pm It’s the sexiest holiday tradition ever! Join us for the SIXTH ANNUAL naked reading of Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol”. The flagship Chicago cast puts the ASS in Classic by reading the original “public reading” version edited by Charles Dickens himself. Plus, between sets, watch classic holiday cartoons projected on the bare […]
While many people wake up the morning after their office Christmas party blushing at the thought they may have flashed the flesh, the staff at the Clover Spa & Hotel would be concerned if their Christmas guests kept their clothes on!
The hotel is just for naturists – most of the staff are naturists and their parties have a strict dress code: no clothes allowed. And Christmas is a busy time – it’s one of the few places naturists can enjoy a festive party, with a buffet and disco, in the buff.
When Closer visits, guests are mingling around the tree in nothing but their birthday suits – and they don’t seem worried about being prickled! Then they sit down to a traditional festive lunch – meat and two veg with all the trimmings – with just napkins to cover their modesty.