As the leaves change color and the air turns crisper, it’s time to transition your skincare routine to adapt to the changing seasons. While you might be focused on protecting your skin from the cold, don’t forget about your hands – they’re often the first to show signs of dryness and damage. Here are six essential tips to help you care for your hands during the fall season.
Be sure to wear gloves to protect your hands. Cold weather causes peeling, dryness and redness.
After the street you always want to warm your hands in hot water. Remember that boiling water is very dangerous for the skin of hands and leads to dryness and peeling. Use warm water and glycerin-based soap.
Do not skimp on good soap and dishwashing detergent. It should be nourishing and, if possible, rich in vitamins or glycerin. Use gloves not only to preserve your manicure, but also to protect the skin of your hands.
Choose your hand cream correctly. Cold air “removes” the protective layer of fat from the skin, which moisturizes the skin naturally. Therefore, in the fall, it is best to use a nourishing vitamin cream, which will preserve the protective layer of skin and prevent weathered skin. Apply the cream immediately after bathing or before going outdoors.
Buy vitamins at the pharmacy and don’t skimp on fruits containing vitamins A, E, D. Vitamin D is produced naturally in the sun, so enjoy the rare sunny days and be sure to take walks in nature.
Make nourishing baths and hand masks based on oils, honey and, milk, and use exfoliation to renew the skin on your hands.
Remember, caring for your hands during the fall season is not just about vanity – it’s about health and comfort. By following these tips and making them a part of your daily routine, you can keep your hands soft, smooth, and well-protected throughout the season. So, embrace the beauty of autumn without worrying about dry, cracked hands.