Top 7 Home Remedies for Dry Hands

Top 7 Home Remedies for Dry Hands

1.Massage your dry skin with almond oilAnother great home remedy for dry skin on hands is almond oil. Vitamin E is the main ingredient which makes almonds such great allies in the fight against extremely dry hands. The latter will feel revitalized as soon as an almond oil massage is performed. Blood circulation will be improved and, most important of all, skin infections will become fewer and fewer. There’s no better moisturizing agent than almond oil and your hands will soon be living proof of that. Massage them with almond oil every night before drifting off to sleep and the morning will welcome you with silky smooth skin.

2.Petroleum jelly takes good care of dry handsPetroleum jelly has been used as a home remedy for dry hands since the dawn of time. This “cure-all” (well, almost all) medicinal ointment is one of the cheapest alternatives you can turn to if luxury products won’t take care of your dry hands. Once applied on that part of your skin with the most problems, petroleum jelly will stop it from chipping every so often. When you don’t want to use honey or almond oil, use this alternative and apply generous amounts of it before going to bed. You’ll happily say bye-bye to wrinkled hands in a couple of days or weeks, depending on your skin type.

3.Homemade yogurt for dry handsHomemade yogurt isn’t just a delicious snack, but it’s also a great 

Yogurt is among the best natural hydrating agents for our hands whenever they decide to crack, itch or burn. Exfoliating and cleansing are two of the most important properties that yogurt has, and they’re available via its lactic acid. Follow these steps and you’ll enjoy great skin.

Mix 2 teaspoons of plain yogurt and gram flour (not too much) until a paste is created.

Apply it on your hands.
Let it dry.

4.Get rid of it with lukewarm water.Once or twice a week is all it takes for this remedy to help your hands feel smooth again. Or try the following alternative.

Apply 1 spoonful of yogurt (the fresh and plain kind) on your hands.
Massage them for approximately 5 minutes (but do it gently).
Wait about 10 minutes.
Warm water should be used to remove the yogurt.
If you can’t apply the above every other day, best do it daily.

5.Avocado magic
As far as home remedies for dry cracked hands go, avocado has been proven to give amazing results. Rich in monounsaturated fats as well as vitamins A, C, and E, this special fruit has all the qualities to gain the first place when it comes to turning once difficult hands into smooth ones. We have some tips on how to make all of that possible.

Take 1/2 ripe avocado.
Take 1 tablespoon of honey.
Mix the pulp and the honey.
Wait until a paste appears in front of your eyes.
Apply it on your hands.
Let it sit for 10 minutes max.
Remove all of it using only cool water.
For best results, this treatment should be applied a couple of times each week.

6.Egg yolk comes in handy
Sometimes it’s better to go back to the simple pleasures in life, like egg yolk. Choosing this remedy for your unusually dry skin has the benefit of returning it to its former smoother glory. The nutrients, proteins and fat in egg yolk have the power to give your hands their usual beauty. No more dryness and they’ll no longer become chapped that quickly.

Take an egg and remove its yolk.
Make sure you beat it well.
Apply the paste that is formed on your hands.
Wait 30 minutes.
As soon as the yolk becomes dry, get some herbal soap and wash the yolk away.
Start by applying this treatment every day, then reduce the frequency to 2-3 times every week.

Add a steaming session to your beauty routine
Remember when you were a teen and your doc told you to take care of the skin on your face with a little bit of steaming? Well, your hands can benefit from that, too, because it takes care of dryness like no other. Added bonus: the skin there won’t look cracked anymore. Remember when we mentioned that petroleum jelly is a life savior? Spread some on your hands, then apply steam via a pot that you have to fill with steaming hot water. If you’re not a fan of pots, a water tap is just as good, only make sure you let the hot water run all over your hands. That way, moisture levels will get back to normal; and dryness will be a thing of the past.

7.Soothe your dry hands with some milkMilk is a true champion when cracked hands are a problem. This natural agent is one of the top home remedies for dry skin on hands. Like yogurt before it, milk contains something very special, known as lactic acid. This ingredient is key in getting your skin rid of dead cells, itchiness and inflamations, all in one go. Moisture is easier to retain and your hands will be lightened in the process. Now for a quick recipe that’ll help your hands receive all of that.

Take a little bit of cold milk and a washcloth.
Soak the milk in the washcloth.
Put the latter on the bits of skin that are dry.
Allow it to sit 5-7 minutes.
Take another washcloth.
Soak it in lukewarm water.
Wash off the milk with it.
Take a couple of drops of rose water.
Add 4 tablespoons of milk to that.
Rub the solution over your body.
Let it sit for about 10 minutes.
Leave some cold water running.
Use it to wash your body.

Do all of the above every other day (the milk treatment) and twice a day (the rose water with milk treatment).
Top 7 Home Remedies for Dry Hands Top 7 Home Remedies for Dry Hands Reviewed by Jemes Woxten on 09:12:00 Rating: 5

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