1. Hand Exfoliation
- 2 tablespoons of oil (baby, safflower, vegetables, olive)
- 2 tablespoons of sugar
- Mix two tablespoons of oil (baby, safflower, vegetable, olive) with three tablespoons of sugar, preferably coarse.
- Make a paste out of it and gently rub it into your hands.
- Rinse with warm water.
- 2 teaspoons lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons honey
- 2 teaspoons baking soda
- Wash your hands with warm water and a mild soap.
- In a small container, mix together all the ingredients evenly.
- Now apply this mixture onto your hands, rubbing it through and massaging your hands for a minute.
- Allow the mixture to sit on your hands for five to 10 minutes.
- Finally wash your hands in warm water.
- Do not use soap directly afterwards.
- Repeat this process at least twice a week to remove discoloration and promote soft healthy-looking hands.
- A pair of socks
- Wrap up by washing your hands with a gentle soap and drying them off.
- Then get a dollop of Vaseline and rub it into your hands.
- Go ahead and take an extra 30 seconds to massage your hands gently.
- Then simply slip the socks over your hands and go to bed.
- Wake up the next day to supple, soft hands.
- Instead of using socks, you could using fabric gloves, but a clean pair of old socks you don’t use anymore work just fine and don’t require a trip to the store.
4. Coconut Oil
The unique combination of fatty acids in coconut oil is good for dry skin, including your rough hands. In addition, it soothes skin damaged by exposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays.
- Extra virgin coconut oil
- Apply warm extra-virgin coconut oil on your hands.
- Massage for about 5 minutes using circular motions before going to bed.
- Wear gloves overnight for best results.
- Repeat this simple remedy daily.