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The lipid barrier of the skin on the hands is much thinner than on the face or forearm, so it is more often dry and ages faster. And the hands are in regular contact with household chemicals and water, so they need special care.
In addition to glycerin, silicones and waxes, the list of ingredients for hand creams often includes:
Shea butter (shea butter) - nourishes, creates a protective film;
vitamin E - an antioxidant that protects against free radicals and slows down the aging process;
urea - stimulates skin renewal, increases the level of moisture;
olive or shark squalane - a substance as close as possible to human lipids nourishes and smoothes the skin.
If you want the skin of your hands to remain smooth, well-groomed and beautiful for a long time, one cream is not enough. Even at home, you can use a whole arsenal of tools. The main thing is to make the right choice.
If your skin is prone to dryness, replace your classic bar of soap or liquid gel with a special cleanser labeled “no soap”.
Perform deeper cleansing of your hands from time to time. Abrasive particles remove dead cells and stimulate epidermal renewal - as a result, the skin becomes soft and better absorbs the beneficial ingredients of the care products.
Perhaps the most popular form of hand care. A moisturizer should always be with you - at home, at work, in your bag, in your car. This will extend the youthfulness of the hands for many years. Depending on the condition and needs of the skin, you can choose a nourishing, protective, regenerating, anti-aging formula. Or combine them.
A thinner product that absorbs quickly. Place the dispenser bottle in your office, bathroom, or kitchen to moisturize your hands whenever you get the chance.
For more intense nourishment and hydration, especially with severe damage (peeling, cracks), use hand masks. You can replace them with a greasy cream - apply it on your hands in a thick layer, put on cotton gloves and walk like that for a while.