5 great hand masks
Five tablespoons of oatmeal mix with two tablespoons of brewed black tea. Apply the resulting mass on your hands, wear cotton gloves for an hour. If possible, leave the mask for the night – in the morning your hands will be soft and smooth, like a baby’s.
Grate a small apple (yellow or red) on a fine grater, add three teaspoons of olive oil and cream (or sour cream). Apply the resulting gruel on your hands, leave for 20 minutes and rinse with warm water. The effect is noticeable after the first procedure. By the way, this mask is great for the face.
A teaspoon of honey mixed with yolk, put the resulting gruel on your hands, wear cotton gloves or plastic bags and leave for 20 minutes. Wash off with warm water. This mask for hands well nourishes the skin.
Peel four potatoes, boil until cooked, chop and mix with four tablespoons of milk. Dip your hands in the resulting puree and hold until it cools. The mask perfectly heals small scratches and soothes weathered skin.
Scrub Cleansing Mask
Mix two tablespoons of vegetable oil with four tablespoons of granulated sugar. Using circular massage movements, rub the resulting gruel into the skin. Give each hand three minutes and wash it off with warm water.
Another scrub can be done by mixing a tablespoon of lemon juice with a spoonful of salt (preferably large). Important: It is not recommended to use masks containing lemon juice and any other acids if you have scratches or inflammations on your hands.