Love your hands equally


imageHandsHow many products do we use for our face? I know… plenty right…. but how many do we have for our hands? One or may be none! Do you know that your hand skin also ages like your face. Most of us just neglect our hands and do not make that extra effort of making it look like one of those hands which they show patting the baby’s posterior in the Johnson and Johnson ads. We don’t want rough hands with a beautiful face, do we?

At the age of 30 skin-cell production decreases by 10 percent, making your skin less efficient at repairing itself. The back of our hands, where the skin is thin, can show signs of aging first unlike the thicker-skinned palms. Girls, you don’t have to worry. Why fear, when Thrifty is here! Winking smile . It’s never too late to develop a *good* habit.

Here are some of things that you can do to have soft and beautiful hands.

Hand Wash – Girls, please please please buy a good brand of mild hand wash which has moisturizing ingredients. You can also use hand made soap or glycerin based soap. PLEASE use gloves when using household cleaning products.

Hand Cream – Please use a hand cream after you wash your hands. Also, keep a cream handy in your purse too.

Sanitizer – Sanitizer can be of a great savior when soap and water is not available. The alcohol in it kills bacteria and germs on your skin. Alcohol may dry your skin a bit but most brands of sanitizers also contain moisturizers to minimize this effect.

Manicure – Get a manicure done religiously. Choose spas or nail salons that practice good sanitation.

Splurgy says that she will write about the hand cream products that she uses very soon!

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Disclaimer: Thrifty is NOT a sponsor for this product and is sharing her views for a product that she has bought and used!

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