We usually take good care of our face as we don't like the fine lines and wrinkles to give out our age. We even go the extra mile to make sure that our face looks beautiful as ever and has a glow which makes us look youthful for the longest of time. It's true that our face and hands are the first ones to start showing the ageing process but what we miss out on is taking that much care of our hands too. Just like our face, our hands needs as much care and effort into making them look healthy and young. This is why, we're here to give you some tips on how to deal with signs of ageing on your hands.
- Just like we use SPF for our face and body before we step out in the sun, the skin on our hands needs protection from the harmful ultraviolet rays too. Don't miss out on applying sunscreen on your hands to protect them before you are out and about.
- You will also have to remove the dead skin from your hands as it keeps building up and damaging your skin. The dead skin tends to take away all the moisture from your hand which ultimately leaves your hands feeling dry. It's necessary to exfoliate the skin on your hands with a good scrub and get rid of all the dead skin cells and dirt which in turn will restore the moisture in your hands.
- Your hands can start getting all wrinkly too if you make use of harsh soaps. You don't usually pay attention to the type of hand washes or hand soaps you use but it is eventually affecting your skin. It's very important to pick a gentle hand wash or soap for your hands in order to let the skin on your hands feel soft and at the same time not get wrinkly.
- Moisturizing your hands is extremely important just like you moisturize your face. Your hands go through the harshest of treatment as you keep washing them several times in a day and they tend to lose the oils. Hence, we need to provide them with moisture to keep them hydrated and healthy