Do you have rough, cracked, dry hands during the winter ?
For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. Every year, it happens without fail.
During winter, the humidity in the outside air plunges. Inside, things are even drier, thanks to indoor heating. If you’re washing your hands frequently to avoid catching a cold or the flu, you could sap whatever natural oils are left in your skin.That can leave your hands so dehydrated that they crack, peel, and bleed.
To treat parched, scaly hands, you need to replace the moisture that your thirsty skin is missing. Drinking water, experts point out, won’t do that. Start moisturizing before there’s a problem. The best prevention is to begin using a moisturizer before your hands show signs of dryness. If you have chronic dry hands, the first thing to do is moisturize them right away. There are also steps you can take to keep them from drying out so much in the first place. If you have cracks or cuts, you may need to see a doctor.
The Multi Vitamin Treatment Hands & Nails Cream smoothing and softening the hands and strengthening broken nails. Keeping a hand cream pipe near the bed, in the bag, in the car and in the kitchen is always recommended. Enriched with Olive oil, Aloe Vera, Chamomile, Tea Tree extract and Evening Primrose oil. The cream also contains Vitamins A & E and Dead Sea minerals to strengthen the vitality of the skin of your hands.
Stay healthy, happy and beautiful!