How To Get Soft and Smooth Hands - Home Remedies for Dry and Rough Hands
Have you ever stopped to think about how much our hands suffer?
They’re constantly in contact with several chemical products, such as dish detergent, soap, and many others.
Because of this, the skin on our hands frequently suffers from dryness and premature aging.
The worst part is that people usually pay more attention to areas that are more visible, such as their face and their hair, and they forget about their hands…
Then when they finally pay attention to them, they realize that most of the visible damage could've been avoided.
Obviously, no one really wants to have uncomfortably dry and rough hands.
So, today we’re going to show you a simple and natural recipe that promises to leave your hands soft and smooth—especially after washing the dishes.
Frequent contact with soap and water isn't the only thing that damages your skin. Excessive exposure to the sun, the heat from the stove, and intense cold can also do significant damage.
The recipe from this video can be used to exfoliate not only your hands, but also your face—you will find it quite useful. Take a look at how you can get rid of dead skin cells without having to buy expensive industrialized products.
1 tablespoon of cinnamon
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
2 tablespoons of extra virgin coconut oil
Mix all of the ingredients together until they form a homogeneous cream.
Apply this mixture to your hands and gently massage and exfoliate them.
Whenever you're done, wash your hands with water and dry them off.
Repeat this procedure once a day.
The end results are incredible.
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