Winter is the festive season– a season of dressing-up in the best outfits in our closet, eat all what we like without caring about the calories (oops..!), meeting friends & families, forgetting work and all the possible good stuffs. But this very winter comes with the dryness that damages our skin and if you do not become extra careful, we might end up having a very unhealthy, even ill skin.
Today, I am going to share some expert advice provided on different sites on how to take care of our most loved and most used hands during this dry season– naturally. Check out the following tips which are so easy, yet so effective:
- Take a 1/4 cup of sugar and mix with some of your favorite lotion. Rub your hands together letting the sugar remove the dead skin. Wash with soap and water then dry your hands and put on a good moisturizer. This will make your hands very soft.
- Soak your hands in a mixture of 4 tbsp olive oil and 2 cups warm water for 10-15 minutes and then wash off. Apply a moisturizer afterward.
- Grind mung beans into a powder, add water and then scrub.
- Use a hand mask of aloe vera. Cut an aloe vera leaf and applies the sap over your hands. Then massage in and leave on for 15-20 minutes. Wash off with warm water.
- One of best hand mask for hands. Make a concoction of 1 tbsp glycerin, 6 tbsp rose water, 2 tbsp olive oil, 1 egg yolk and 1 lemon juice and apply to the hands. Leave on for 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.
- Give your hands steam for 10 minutes. Do not soak them in hot water, only steam them. This will not only open up the pores but will soften and eventually get rid of the hardened or chipped skin on your hands. Then use a hand mask on your hands, cover with gloves and leave it overnight.
- Do visit a spa or salon at least twice a month to get that am amazing manicure; don’t forget to get a very good and thorough hand massage to make sure a perfect blood circulation.
- Apply a coat of your favorite nail color and wear your favorite jewelry to give your nails and hand that enviable look this festive season.
Apply these tips regularly and combine them for the best care of your hands this winter.
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