All natural hand and feet softner

By Drum Digital
08 April 2015

Winter is knocking and your hands and feet are most probably going to become dry, you can easily prevent that or get rid of it.

Winter is knocking and your hands and feet are  most probably going to become dry, you can easily prevent that or get rid of it.

Soak your feet and hands in warm water. Avoid hot water, which can dry out your skin. Add a few drops of lavender or rose essential oil to the water to create a soothing sensory experience. Soak your hands and feet for about 10 minutes.

Dry off your hands and feet using a soft, clean towel.

Cut the lemon in half and dip one-half of the lemon into a small amount of regular sugar. Use the sugared lemon half to scrub any rough areas on your hands and feet. Go over your fingers and toes as well using gentle circular motions. If you have particularly rough areas on your feet or hands, use a pumice stone or foot file to smooth out these areas.

Rinse off your hands and feet using warm water and towel dry them.

Pour a small amount of natural oil, such as coconut, almond or olive oil, onto a small cotton ball.

Lightly apply the oil to your feet, making sure to sweep the cotton ball around and between all your toes. Reapply oil to the cotton ball as needed until your skin is coated.

Put on a pair of clean cotton socks or plush socks to keep your feet clean while the oil does its job.

Repeat the process of applying oil to your hands and pull on a pair of clean cotton gloves.

Keep the socks and gloves on for at least two hours and, ideally, around eight hours. Time this process for around bedtime so that the oils can soak into your skin while you sleep.

Repeat the exfoliation process about once a week. You can apply natural oil to your skin as often as every day.

Source: www.livestrong.com

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