Droplets are little protuberances of flesh that look as if a drop of water could fall from the pad of the tips of the fingers.
People with droplets have a receptively sensitive sense of touch. They will prefer natural fabrics and will often reach to gently feel the textures in their environment. Droplets on fingers are reservoirs for over and above average quotas of nerve endings, making for tactile, sensual, touchy feely responses to all forms of beauty.
Droplets are also a sign in hands of kindness and compassion in the person, who is sensitive to suffering, and who, with their developed sense of touch, is drawn to working in therapeutic and healing professions. They are diplomatic and will avoid hurting others with the spoken word.
It’s been suggested too that because of their good sense of touch, that people with droplets don’t drop things.