Hard water feels like you haven't properly risned all of the soap off of your skin, leaving it feeling a little slimy, sticky, slick, or scummy, no matter how much you rinse. I believe many hotels have hard water. However, I am someone who grew up with soft water, the opposite of hard water, so that is just what hard water feels like to me. I have heard from many people that grew up with hard water that SOFT water feels slimy and scummy to them, so my best guess is that hard and soft water will feel different to everybody, depending on what your skin is used to.
rough, hard and scaly...
Its because their water supply is usually close to the oceans and this water is called hard water. It Has a high mineral content in it and it makes your skin feel oily after a shower because the water doesnt have the ability to remove all of the soap off of your skin.
A trainer at the Miami Seaquarium described it as " a hard boiled egg".
it feels like rubber.a dolphin's skin feels very smooth and wet, obviously because they live in the water.... but what's really amazing is that even though dolphin's do have hair ( at least that's what most experiments tell us ), you can't feel it ... or even see it very well!
It is a hard shiny metal, similar to iron. However, prolonged skin contact with nickel may bring you out in a skin rash (nickel rash).
They have skin, so they feel like us
I have a salt water pool. My skin does not feel dried out after drying off like in a regular Chlorine pool. I cannot say scientifically it is better but my skin and hair feel better
I was walking around in africa once and saw a rhino and walked up to it and felt its horn. It felt like just normal skin. Not hard or anything just like layers and layers of skin. I
sensation of warmth
well on the bottom layer of skin is a smooth layer of skin & the top layer of skin is rough and bummpy ..