3 simple steps to repair our hands damaged by hydroalcoholic gel: Femme Actuelle Le MAG

Disinfecting hydro-alcoholic solutions, but also cold, air conditioning, aggressive household products and multiple daily washes… No wonder tight skin and so often dried.
First reflex? Use a moisturizing hand cream, whose quickly absorbed formula will not leave the skin sticky or oily. Ideally, it should be after each visit to the sink, since the treatment disappears every time you wash your hands.
The right solution: apply it nightly before sleeping, in order to give the treatment time to act in depth. And if that's not enough, here is 3 SOS reflexes to adopt :

Dry hands: use a mild soap for comfort

This may seem obvious, but it is essential to wash your hands with a suitable formula to keep the skin supple and comfortable. So choose a washing gel as soft as possible containing natural ingredients like coconut oil or olive oil. The formula can also be enriched in glycerin for an additional hydrating effect.

Dry hands: intensely nourish with vegetable oil

The skin of the hands, very thin, has few sebaceous glands capable of producing a protective film. To avoid dryness and feelings of discomfort, it is therefore necessary to provide it with highly nutritious ingredients, rich in fatty acids, such as vegetable oils. The best? Avocado oil and jojoba oilbecause they penetrate quickly and do not leave a greasy film.

Dry hands: go to intensive care with mask gloves

Come straight from Brazil where they were used in salons manicure, these masks are enjoying growing success at home. The principle: gloves are soaked with a formula ultra-nutritious, for example containing Argan oil and of the aloe vera. They are worn for fifteen minutes, then just massage the excess to find perfect hands.

Thanks to Christian David, Co-founder of Kure Bazaar

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