Back in our article, The Difference between Hand & Foot Cream, we touched on the specific needs hands have when it comes to skin care. Because the hands are such a needy part of our body, go beyond just hand cream. Treat your mitts to an at-home facial for the hands to keep you hands looking younger for longer!
With all the activity your hands get into it’s easy for them to become dry and callused and to have damaged cuticles. First we’re going to need to deal with helping to remove the dull, lifeless and over dried appearance of your digits! Give your hands a wonderful exfoliation with the Repêchage Sea Spa Glow Natural Exfoliator with Dead Sea Salts. The high concentration of salt minerals includes a full spectrum of micro and macro trace elements such as: stress-combating Magnesium, known to reduce fluid retention and slow skin aging; Calcium, which is known to help prevent water retention and increase circulation; energizing and moisture-balancing Potassium; tension-easing Bromine; and Sodium, which is known to balance lymphatic fluid. Dead Sea Salts are known to help replenish minerals important to skin metabolism, slough off dead skin cells and give skin that healthy glow. Your hands are going to feel instantly soft and rejuvenated!
Now that you have beautifully fresh skin you need to lock in the moisture! Moisture is key in keeping your hands looking and feeling young. To nourish and hydrate your hands apply a few drops of the Repêchage C-Serum Seaweed Filtrate. This highly concentrated seaweed extract rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements will help to prevent dehydration and fine lines while returning moisture to restore overall skin vitality. Layer your hand cream right on top, like the New! Biolight™ Brightening Body Corrector which helps reduce the appearance of age spots, hyper pigmentation, discoloration and freckles while also hydrating. Then just put on your favorite polish and you’re good to go!
Do you feel that your hands need some anti-aging TLC? Tell us in the comments below!
*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.