How to have perfect hands

Mani perfette over fifty Not Only Twenty

Our hands, like our face, are the part most exposed to the atmospheric agents; also soaps and detergents help to dry the hands skin.

Nevertheless, many women don’t take care of their own hands.

How many of you have a moisturizer cream on your hands several times a day? How many of you when you hydrate our body, maybe after showering or before going to bed, do you remember to put the cream even on your hands? I do not know many of them.

Our hands are one of the first part of our body that people notice and if they neglect, reveal the inexorable ageing.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, just because it is constantly exposed to atmospheric and chemical agents, the skin of the hands ages  5 times more than that of the face.

We’ve said many times that we mature women do not want to stop the time, but we want to grow old and be at the most of our potential: this is also true for our hands!

 Five rules to have perfect hands

It is possible to have perfect hands following 5 simple rules.

The first rule is cleanse: soaps, if used frequently, may be too aggressive with the lipid layer of the skin. It is a good rule to use a delicate soap that has the same  ph skin.

Rule number two: use a sunscreen cream to prevent the formation of ugly, dark spots, if you are  for long time in the open air.

Use a lightening mask once / twice a week. If you do not want to buy it you can use the homemade alternative with yogurt, lemon and honey.

Mix two tablespoons of yogurt with two  of lemon juice and a small spoon of honey. Put in the fridge for an hour, then make the cream wrap, put on cotton gloves and hold the mask for 40 minutes. Rinse with warm water and dry your hands well.

The number four rule is one of the most important: use a moisturizer several times a day. We should take the habit of putting one in the bag, to use when we are out of the house. What I propose you is by  Jean Klébert and I was advised by my beautician. In addition to containing very moisturizing Karitè butter, it also contains glycolic acid that acts on dark spots and idebenone that neutralizes free radicals by reducing oxidative stress due to external and internal factors.

Finally, it would be important every three months to treat with liquid paraffin, which by releasing heat slowly hydrates and nourishes the skin, leaving the hands soft and silky. This type of treatment has contraindications in subjects suffering from hypertension, varicose veins, diabetes, and circulatory problems. Consult your doctor before you sit in the beauty center.

Mani perfette over fifty Not Only Twenty

Rita Palazzi
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