Sunita: Hey! How are you?
Ranjana: Hi! I`m fine.
Sunita: Your hands seem so rough.
Ranjana: Is it?
Sanjana: Yes. It doesn`t seem soft and moisturized.
Ranjana: You know even my feet and kneel are rough.
Sanjana: Take care of your hands and feet?
Ranjana: Gimme a few good tips.
Sanjana: After taking bath make sure to massage your hands with lubricating cream.
Make it a habit to have a weekly manicure and pedicure. It`ll make your hands and feet look good and help combat problems like chipping, splitting, peeling and cracking.
Don`t overlook the problems of brittle nails. Beautiful nails make hands pretty. If your nails split and chip, strengthen it by the regular nail hardeners easily available in the market.
Every night, before going to sleep, massage your hands with a cream for a few minutes. For better results, apply cream at bed time and go to sleep with cotton gloves on.
Use gloves for washing clothes and utensils. After completing household chores soak hands in a bowl of warm water with 1 tsp of corn starch.
Massage hands once a week with olive oil. Glycerine, rose water and lemon juice is a good solution. Rub it on the hands every night during winter months to keep them soft.
Rub hands with a slice of lemon or a raw potato to remove stains and marks. For smooth knees rub it occasionally with fresh lime juice or massage it with a nourishing cream.
Give relief to your tired feet by soaking it alternately in hot and cold water.
During winters the skin of the heels cracks due to excessive dryness or the use of an alkaline soap. Treat it by washing hands and feet at night with warm water. Apply a lanolin rich cream or mixture of glycerine, rose water and lemon juice.
Soak tired feet alternately in hot and cold water.