Moisturize everyday, use a thick cream. Moisturizing before you go to bed is highly effective. Use soaps that don't contain alcohol or have low traces of it. Go for soaps with shea butter or aloe vera. Use gloves while doing household work, exfoliate regularly and use sunblock whenever required. Indulge in manicures and hand massages at least once a month.
Most spend money trying to keep up their appearance. Some much more than others. Regardless of the money spent, we all care at least a little bit. Many products focus on making the face look younger and more beautiful, but what many women are lacking in their beauty regimen is proper hand care.
Hands can be a dead give away of somebody’s age. They can truly make or break your look. And your hands are not something you can hide. No matter how hard you try, eventually they are going to be seen. So take good care of them.
Hand Care Tips: How To have Beautiful Hands
Buy a nice, thick moisturizer just for your hands and put it on daily. You should especially be moisturizing before you go to bed. Some people moisturize before bed and then put white cotton gloves on when sleeping. This does work well and will make your hands feel extra soft.
It’s important to keep your hands clean, but most of the name brand soaps dry them out. Not to mention that putting them under hot and cold water can take a toll on them as well. Look for a soap with moisturizing qualities that doesn’t contain a lot of alcohols. I recommend glycerin soap with shea butter or aloe vera added.
Depending on how serious you want to get with your beauty routine, you may want to think about wearing gloves for household chores. Our hands often take a pretty good beating when we clean. Gloves act like a buffer and help protect us from getting scraped or bruised.
Speaking of protection, don’t forget to put sunblock on the tops of your hands in the morning. Hands get hit with a lot of UV rays and doing this one step will help a lot just on its own.
If you go to get facials or manicures, ask if you can add on a hand treatment. Most salons offer this service for just a small additional price. Hands need exfoliation, too, so don’t forget about them. Monthly manicures are important; you can’t have beautiful hands without nice cuticles and nails. If you can have a professional do it, that’s best—but there are plenty of quality at-home kits. For those who have the time and energy, this is a lovely thing to do for yourself.
Omg, yes. my hands look older than my face. My hands def look 40 (my age), but my face looks younger. (profile pic is recent). I was wondering how to get my hands looking young again. This came at the perfect time. Bless you!!
Exfoliate your hands with raw honey and brown.sugar for 3 min. Then rinse your hands. Next massage with olive oil or almond oil for 5 min. Then.rinse with warm water. Pat dry. Notice your hands soft like velvet.