Hand Care Tips.


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hand care

  1. Don’t ever do any washing up withouthand care
    rubber gloves. Submerging your
    hands in water continually will dry out
    the skin on your hands, leaving them dry
    & cracked. Washing up liquids are also
    not very kind to hands – because they’re
    designed to clean plates & crockery, not
    your hands. If you don’t like rubber
    gloves or are allergic to them, use a
    hand-friendly washing up liquid. This
    will nourish your hands & protect them
    from the water.
  2. Soften your hands even while you do
    the dishes. Add a little almond oil (about
    a teaspoon) to dishwater. The water will
    soften rought skin while the oil seals the
    moisture.
  3. We all wash our hands many times in
    a day – but this prolonged exposure to
    water & abrasive soap makes them dry
    & wrinkled. Try to moisturize your
    hands every time you wash them & you
    should notice a big difference in the look
    of your hands.
  4. Once a week, cover your hands in petroleum
    jelly & then wear a glove over
    the top. In the morning, your hands will
    be smooth, soft & feel fantastic.
  5. Wash hands thoroughly with warmhand care
    water, then, using a coarse washcloth,
    rob briskly. While skin is slightly damp,
    apply a mixture of one teaspoon honey
    & one teaspoon olive oil. Place hands in
    small plastic bags, then in a pair of cotton
    gloves for thirty minutes. The heat
    helps the treatment penetrate.
  6. Warm a cup of milk in the microwave
    for thirty seconds (or until warm, but
    comfortable to the touch). Soak your
    hands for five minutes to strengthen nails
    & hydrate skin. Not only is milk loaded
    with lactic acid, a natural alpha hydroxy
    acid that gently exfoliates dead skin, but
    its high calcium content will strengthen
    fragile nails.
  7. Use exfoliators on your hands, just as
    you would on your face. This will remove
    dead skin cells as well as getrid of
    any dirt or grime. It’s important not to do
    this too often, as you could leave your
    skin open to infection & it may backfire
    on you – instead, try to do it once a week.
  8. Slough off dead skin cells with a solution
    made of sea salt lemon. Brush it
    into hands with an old toothbrush. Do
    this twice a week to soften hands & remove
    discoloration.
  9. Get manicures. You don’t have tohand care
    spend a fortune – you could even do
    your own manicure at home. Get a
    French manicure as these look the most
    natural & will go with any outfit or any
    makeup style. If you go for a manicure in
    a salon, they may give you a hand massage
    & moisturize your hands, but they
    will be more expensive. You can buy a
    natural polish & a white polish. These
    manicure kits tend to come with stencils
    that you layover your nails to paint in
    the white half-moon shape, ensuring that
    your nails all look even.
  10. Don’t leave scruffy nail varnish on
    your nails. If it statts to chip off, remove
    it. Try not to use harsh chemical nail varnish
    removers as these are likely to irritate
    the skin around your nails, Instead,
    soak your fingertips in warm water for
    around ten minutes. Simply rub your fingertips
    to remove any nail polish. This
    may not work for everybody, so if this
    doesn’t work for you, try to buy ammonia-
    free nail polish remover. These removers
    are less abrasive to skin.
  11. Don’t buy cheap jewelry. This means
    that the coating will probably rub off, exposing
    your skin to the cheap metal underneath.
    This cheap metal irritates most
    skin types, causing green marks & in
    more severe cases, making skin red, sore
    & inflamed. Instead of spending a few
    dollars a time on cheap rings, invest in a
    pretty ring from a reputable jewelry
    dealer. It will last a lifetime, instead of
    just a few months.
  12. Don’t bite your nails! This introduces
    dirt into your nail beds & makes them
    look very scruffy. Wheri biting nails,
    many people also bite the skin around
    their nails – this also introduces infection
    & can leave skin scabbed &peeling. Dip
    your fingertips into something that you
    can’t stand the taste of. If you’re tempted
    to bite your nails, then this yucky taste
    should stop you in your tracks.
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