Tips for keeping your hands moisturized this winter

       
November 30th, 2011 | Contributed by:

Keep your hands soft this winter!Winter weather takes a toll on a lot of things, including your hands. The harsh temperatures can cause your digits to become dry, chapped and red, which isn't exactly ideal. Here are a few tips suggested by Allure magazine to help your hands stay hydrated and soft this season.

1. Apply lotion after every hand washing. Washing your hands with soap and water can often strip your skin of moisture, so it's important to slather on a lotion afterward. Keep something like Caswell-Massey – Dr. Hunter Rosewater & Glycerine Hand Creme near the sink.

2. Use cuticle cream to prevent brittle nails. The cold weather can wreak havoc on your nails and cuticles, so it's important to use a product like June Jacobs – Cellular Intensive Cuticle Recovery Cream on a daily basis.

3. Protect your hands from the elements by wearing gloves. This means pulling on the mittens when you're outside and investing in a pair of rubber gloves to don while you're cleaning around the house. Chemicals in cleaning products are just as bad as the winter weather, if not worse.

       

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