Do you know an unusual way to keep your hands away from looking dry skin.?
Do you know a way to keep your hands moist and looking younger than your age no matter how much house work you do all day long.? I keep them with cotton gloves at night. First, I applied moisturizer lotion. Then I wear the gloves no for too long. I wear then for fifteen minutes. After fifteen minutes, I feel fatigue.
When you wash dishes, the car or wash out the bathroom be sure to wear rubber gloves.
Yes, I ran upon it by accident. My husband loves avocado and when I prepare one for him I rub the remains on my hands. You can feel the oil in it and my hands are so smooth he even noticed.
Using rubber gloves is a great help and don't get your hands in bleach on cleansers. Gloves for gardening alsop. After showering and washing your hands use a very good hand cream for dry skin. I don't think I am allowed to name brand names here, but I have found this to be helpful. If you are very dry, cream your hands at night and wear soft cotton gloves to sleep in.
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
Do you use rubber gloves when doing the dishes?Curious to know whether people use dish gloves when washing in the soapy sink water? If yes or no, please tell why you do or don't?
by Mary 3 years ago
What are the best moisturizing lotions for dry, sensitive skin?My skin has been terribly dry this summer, but I have a hard time finding moisturizing lotions, that don't breakout my skin.
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