If your dry hands are always flaky and coarse, here’s how to make them feel smooth again. All you need is the St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub. It’s formula is rich in apricot extract and free from sulfates and parabens. The 100% natural exfoliants scrub away dead skin to make skin smoother and moisturise it too!
Is there anything that oil cannot do? We’re pretty sure the answer to that is no. Before hitting the hay, slather 2 tablespoons of warm almond oil all over your hands and make sure you get some into the cuticles as well. Almond oil is a rich source of fatty acids, Vitamin E and minerals. When massaged into the hands, the oil sinks deeply into the skin and works overnight to nourish it intensely.
Want to give your hardworking dry hands the pampering they truly deserve? Then a natural moisturising pack will be your answer! To make it, combine 3 tablespoons of milk cream with 2 tablespoons of besan (gram flour) to make a thick paste. Apply it all over your hands, especially in the crevices and leave it to dry for 20 minutes. Then wash it off with warm water. Milk cream is packed with healthy fats and lactic acid which nourish even the driest of skin brilliantly. Besan, on the other hand, naturally sloughs away dry skin and dullness for you to be left with bright, healthy hands.
To keep your dry hands supple and moisturised even on the go, there’s one solution that you can keep handy even in your tote and that’s the Dove Essential Nourishment Body Lotion. The best part about it is the DeepCare Complex which includes natural nutrients and essential oils. Together, they go deep into the surface of the skin to thoroughly hydrate it. Once you apply this, you’ll find your thirsty skin quenched and your hands smoother than ever.
To give those dry hands a boost of nourishment, rummage through your kitchen shelves and make a natural mask with honey and bananas. Mash 1 overripe banana with 2 tablespoons of honey to make a thick paste. Apply it over your hands until your wrists, let it dry for 15 minutes and wash it off with warm water. Honey being a humectant, will infuse plenty of moisture into the hands. Bananas, which are high in Vitamins C and E, will repair damage and keep the hands healthy and smooth.