Like the skin on the neck and chest, the skin on the back of your hands is extremely thin and delicate. Because of the surprising amount of time it has spent soaking up sun over the years. If you don’t protect your hands well with sunscreen, you’ll get that thinned-out, crepey, spottled look. But you can keep them looking young and smooth by pampering them with these few tips:
Keep hands moist
As you probably already know, well-hydrated skin instantly looks less wrinkly. but we’ll repeat it one more time for good measure: When you add moisture, that moisture seeps in and plumps the skin, temporarily smoothing its surface. Moisturize morning and night, and toss a hydrating hand cream in your purse to re-up every time you wash your hands—which could cause extra drying.
Repair skin overnight
If thin, crepey skin on your hands is your biggest aging issue, you could consider using a collagen-stimulating anti-aging serum or cream. There is an easy (and cheap!) at-home treatment for this too. First, put on a heavier, petroleum jelly-based ointment before bed, then slip on a pair of cotton gloves or socks and go to sleep. For women who complain about crinkly or dry skin, it really works wonders to restore suppleness.
Age-Proof Your Hands
It’s not just your face that can give away your age—your hands can also be a telltale sign. Here’s how to keep them smooth and wrinkle-free.
And now .. a miraculous remedy
The Home Remedy
A hand massage isn’t just relaxing—it also increases blood flow, tightening up sagging skin, Once a week, shake out your hands for one minute to loosen them up, then put three to four drops of olive oil onto your left palm. Using small circular movements and medium pressure, work your right thumb over your palm and up and down each finger. Turn over your hand and repeat the process, then repeat with your other hand.
So guys, look good.. Feel great !!