It is on your hands that you first notice the signs of ageing. You might take extra effort when it comes to banishing wrinkles on your facial skin but you invariably ignore your hands little realising that your hands can easily give away your age. Read on to know how to deal with wrinkles on hands…
Exfoliate your hands

Exfoliate your hands

Ageing hands are often a result of your skin feeling dry and scaly. You need to first get rid of dry skin, which could be a result of dead skin buildup. Make sure you exfoliate your hands while in the shower. We suggest using the Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash. Its exfoliating beads help in gently scrubbing dead cells to reveal fresh skin. Moreover, its Nutrium Moisture technology delivers nutrients directly to the skin and keeps it nourished from within.

Protect your skin from the sun

Protect your skin from the sun

Sun damage is one of the major causes of skin ageing. So while you apply sunscreen on your face, you often forget to use it on the rest of your body. So make sure you apply the Lakmé Sun Expert UV Lotion SPF 50 PA+++ generously on your hands. This shields your skin against 97% UVB rays that can cause sunburns while the PA+++ saves your skin from UVA rays.

Keep them moisturised

Keep them moisturised

Ageing skin implies that your skin is slowly becoming thin—something that causes your veins to show through. You need intense moisturisation when it comes to dealing with ageing hands and prominent veins. We suggest using the Vaseline Intensive Care Deep Restore Lotion as it’s enriched with petroleum jelly that leaves your skin feeling soft and supple. Moreover, it gets absorbed into your skin without making it greasy. What’s more, it helps lock in moisture so your skin stays moisturised throughout the day.