The basis is hydration. Use creams, oils and emulsions designed specifically for the skin on the hands. However, avoid excessively perfumed products and products containing alcohol, which dry out the skin.
2. Beware of Chemicals
Minimize contact with chemicals. Always use protective rubber gloves when working with cleaning agents and detergents that damage the skin of the hands.
3. Lukewarm Water
Avoid hot and ice water. Use lukewarm water to wash your hands, rinse thoroughly with soap and then dry. It is advisable to use moisturizing preparations after each soaking in water.
Give your hands a scrub. Exfoliate your hands once a week. You remove dead cells and help regeneration. Moisturize your hands after use.
Pamper your hands with regenerative wraps. Apply a thick layer of cream to your hands, then put on cotton gloves and leave it on overnight.
Tip: Get a more effective wrap with creams, gels and ointments.