We tend to be a hand-washing society. I mean, any little ol’ thing that we touch, we have to go wash our hands. Unfortunately, most of the kind of hand soap that we use tends to suck the natural oils out of our skin, creating dry and cracked hands.
To create beautiful, healthy, young-looking hands, you need a softner, a scrub, and a hand cream!
A hand scrub serves two main purposes: to clean and to exfoliate. Cleaning your hands removes dirt and grime and exfoliation removes dead skin cells to create healthy looking, younger skin. The scrub also smoothes the skin on your hands making your hands feel soft.
Most women end up buying cheap mini-bottles of lotion to stash in their purses. I know because I was one of them! The problem with these cheap hand lotions is that they are very oily. Oily hand creams only create more problems for you by clogging up your pores and giving your hands a greasy, sticky feel. Leave the oily hand creams alone! In fact, if you have one in your purse right now, through it out!
What you want to get is a hand cream that provides 24-hour moisturization. The hand cream that you choose should absorb quickly and have a protective layer that lasts through several hand washings.
To keep your hands in good condition get products which contain these three important steps: softening, exfoliating, and moisturizing. If your hands have serious dirt and grime on them, like mud for example, it’s best to use regular hand soap first to clean your hands, and then use the 3-product hand set as a follow up. In most cases you can use the 3-product hand set alone.
Also the good news about the 3-product hand set is that it can be applied to your feet! Your feet will feel fantastic when using this set of products! And since we’re approaching summer, and some of us ‘girls’ like to sport sexy sandals, we definitely want our feet to look our best!
Psst… by the way, treat yourself to a pedicure! These products can’t remove several months of dry neglected skin off of your feet. You know what I’m talking about… your calluses! Products that have exfoliants in them only deal with surface skin. To remove calluses you need a tool! I’m jus’ sayin’ – get a peddie!
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