To pass safely over the cold season, hands should be spoiled with natural treatments, nourishing creams, fine massages and delicate scrubs. And to always have a perfect manicure, follow our tips for proper nails care.
Simply washing with soap is not sufficient to remove dead skin cells and clean the skin depth. Moreover, ordinary soap can be too harsh a formula that dry skin on hands or simply fail to provide necessary hydration. Try a liquid soap with moisturizing and nourishing formula based on natural ingredients – herbs and plant oils – and a more consistent texture, even creamy, to care in the most gentle way. Stretch product on hands in a uniform layer and a special soft brush, clean out your hands. Once or twice a week, it’s better to use a natural exfoliant, homemade, perfect to clean and prepare the skin for nourishing creams. In a bowl with warm water put a bunch of sea salt and a few drops of lemon juice. Keep your hands two minutes, then rub them with salt particles.
Nourishing treatments – your allies in the cold season
In addition to applying the cream, fill the daily care of the hands with natural recipes designed to optimally nourish and protect the skin from drying. Make a mixture of one teaspoon of honey and one teaspoon of olive oil and apply the mixture in thick layer and evenly on your palms and hands, then put some plastic gloves and over, cotton gloves. The heat will increase the action of the ingredients used, so that the skin remains very soft. After about half an hour, take off your gloves and remove the rest of the mixture with warm water.
Another effective treatment that you can try it is to heat a cup of milk (temperature bearable for skin), add two or three drops of rosemary oil, pour it into a bowl and keep your hands for 5 minutes in this mixture. It’s the ideal recipe for skin moisturizing and natural strengthening nails.
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Learn to taking care of your own nails
Because under the nails can collect a lot of bacteria, when you wash your hands, get used to clean your nails with a special brush, short and stiff brush. If your nails are brittle, try a natural treatment in which to combine the following ingredients: warm olive oil, one egg yolk and a teaspoon of honey. Keep your nails in this mixture for about 10 minutes, then rinse with water and wipe them with lemon juice. The latter is meant to show natural shine, and extra strength.
Cuticles are meant to protect the nail from bacteria and infections, so give up to cut them. Just push them gently with the special tool kit manicure after previously you soaked in warm olive oil.
To avoid nails exfoliation or damage form, use for shortening a pile of soft material, two sides: a tougher to shorten itself and a finer surface smoothing and rounding corners. Always use before applying nail polish, a protective coating of vitamins and minerals.