Your hands is one of the first parts of your body to reflect an impression about you, they are also one of the busiest parts of your body, they have to go through many different element throughout the day to achieve different tasks, so with little or improper care applied to the hands, they may end up dry and striped out of life, specially if you have one or more of the factors that can increase the problem like dry air, cold weather, working with sand and dry things, too much washing hands, using water often on your hands, using chemical hand washes or soap bars, fortunately, the problem can be reversed quickly and easily, with the help of some simple home remedies you can nourish, moisturize and hydrate your hands again to feel soft and smooth, read on the following are some helpful home remedies you can try.
1- Use Milk Cream.
Milk cream is rich in fat which works as a perfect natural moisturizer for the hands, milk cream also contain lactic acid that help to exfoliate dead skin cells and promote the growth of new cells, all you need to so is rub your hands with milk cream in the morning and in the night, let it sit for ten to fifteen minutes then wash your hands with only water.
Honey is well recognized as a perfect natural moisturizer for the skin, it contain antibacterial, antioxidant, antimicrobial and exfoliating properties, it also helps to lock in the moist within your skin cells making your skin well hydrated and soft, all you need to so is just rub a little honey all around your hands, let it sit for fifteen minutes then wash off with warm water, repeat this remedy twice a day for faster results.
3- Oatmeal Flour.
Oatmeal is another ingredient used widely in many of the skin moisturizing creams, it has exfoliating and cleansing properties that hello to get rid of old skin cells and not dry your skin, all you need to do is make a creamy constancy using oatmeal flour, honey, and little bit of rose water if needed and use that as hand cream daily for at least fifteen minutes before washing it off.