Paper towel or electric dryer, which is better?
n general, we advocate a “Less is More” approach to skincare, meaning that the less moisturizing agents you use, the more you empower your skin to naturally moisturize itself, keeping it soft and supple. However, your hands are actually the exception.
Because the skin on the back of your hands is too thin to naturally rejuvenate itself, it’s important to apply a moisturizer more often. Because of frequent hand washing, hands are also extremely susceptible to dryness. If you cannot tell someone’s age, check their hands. Faces can look youthful, but hands reveal a person’s age. Here are some anti-aging hand tips:
#1: Each time after washing your hands, apply moisturizer to the back of your hands to keep them healthy and supple (your palms are naturally moisturized, so applying cream to your palms is a waste of time of product). Thoroughly apply moisturizer all over the back of your hands, including around your nails and between your fingers.
#2: Keep our Body Serum next to your bathroom and kitchen sinks so that it’s ready available. Our Body Serum includes Astaxanthin, the world’s most potent antioxidant from nature. and is clinically proven to reduce age spots, dryness, and wrinkles.
#3: When using public restrooms, opt for paper towels to dry your hands, not the electric dryer which actually sucks out the natural moisture in your hands, along with the tap water.
#4: Face palms out when you walk outside. Twist your arms just a little bit to expose your palms to the sun. Your body needs UV rays to produce vitamin D. The safest body part to expose to UV rays are your palms because palms don’t have melanin. Any body part with melanin is susceptible to sun spots and even skin cancer. Other areas without melanin are your underarms and the back of your feet..but they are a bit tricker to expose while walking!
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