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I have a problem with dry hands, especially on my right hand with which I hold the leash of my dog. I hardly ever exfoliate, I think I'm going to try this!
What the nail artist home fix my nails always says is: Hydrate hydrate hydrate!! And I believe this is true our whole body needs hydration To be smart and healthy :)
My grandmother used To say to me to try applying honey on my hand and then put on gloves and hold it like that for a few minutes and then rinse it off with warm water. I never tried it, but sometimes old people know better right?
Wow, what happens to the gloves after that I believe that after the honey they're going to be destroyed 🤣🤣
I guess that it would be really hard to wash the honey off :/
Yep I think so too maybe you should consider trying an easier way then maybe some hydration cream? :p
hahah , I think you're right.
Will all this pandemic situation I wash my hands like crazy and they are so dry, these will be really useful!
I constantly use cream but they are still dry
I think sometimes it's useful to give your hands some rest and just not use any treatments at all. Even if they dry, eventually they will come back to normal themselves. Works for me tho
Not my situating... I sometimes get lazy and don't apply any cream but skin just starts hurting from how dry it is. I have to use it..
Will try this overnight treatment today 😄
I sometimes just simply apply olive oil and it works wonders! No need for creams ot anything
isn't it too greasy actually? Seems weird to me to apply it
you just need to wait for 5 mins or so and, if it doesn't get into your skin completely, just remove the excess with a paper towel!
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