Red, chapped and wrinkled hands do not look spectacular, but there is no point in hiding them, it is better to provide them with proper care and restore a beautiful, healthy look.
Mix thoroughly 2 tablespoons lanolin, 1⁄2 teaspoon almond egg, 1⁄2 egg yolk. Apply to thoroughly washed hands. Put on cotton gloves. The mask is best done at night. Designed for very rough, red and chapped hands.
Pour a glass of oatmeal with a glass of full-fat milk and cover for a few minutes. When the mask has cooled, apply it to your hands for about half an hour. Rinse off with warm water and apply a moisturizer or nourishing cream. If your hands are chapped, you can add 3 tablespoons of honey (preferably linden).
Mix a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with 8 tablespoons of water or olive oil. Massage the liquid onto your hands. It brings relief to chapped skin.
Conditioner for nails
Add 1 tablespoon olive oil 1⁄2 tablespoon talcum powder and stir until a smooth cream is formed. If it's too thick, add a little oil. Massage a small portion of the conditioner into your pre-washed nails and cuticles. Remove excess with a soft cloth or cotton pads. Buff lightly for a delicate, natural shine. The rest of the fabric softener should be placed in a small jar with a lid or covered with plastic wrap. Conditioner improves blood circulation and strengthens nails.
Hand peels are the perfect complement to a manicure, so just like a manicure, it should be done regularly once a week. Exfoliating dead skin cells is also a way to instantly improve the appearance of your hands. Well-cleansed skin, freed from the damaged layer, becomes brighter and looks younger.
1 tablespoon body butter (or olive oil), 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 cup lemon juice. Mix the mixture in your hands for a few minutes, rinse with warm water, massage with moisturizer.
Combine coarse salt, walnuts, honey, and olive oil. Mix the mixture in your hands for a few minutes, wash with warm water, apply a nourishing cream.
Brew coffee, drain the grounds, add balm or geranium oil, or whatever. Rub the mixture on your hands for a few minutes. Wash with warm water.
Warming cinnamon mask:
2 tablespoons of grated potatoes (boiled), 2 tablespoons of oil, half a glass of seaweed crystals, 1 teaspoon of cinnamon (warming), a spoonful of iodized salt. Mix the ingredients and massage your hands, then rinse with warm water.