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A natural recipe to moisturize skin damaged by hydroalcoholic gel and soap

How to Moisturize hands skin damaged by soap and hydro alcoholic gel

How to Moisturize hands skin damaged by soap and hydro alcoholic gel

By respecting the barrier gestures which consist of other things in cleaning the hands regularly with soap or hydro-alcoholic gel, our hands suffer and are put to the test. And for good reason, they are damaged, dry and sometimes even have cracks. This very intense drought affects both caregivers and citizens. To overcome this inconvenience, the best is to hydrate them carefully. Here is a natural recipe that will give your hands' real comfort and a second youth.

In this time of health crisis, where Covid-19 is wreaking havoc across the world, anxiety and concern reign. The most urgent thing right now is to protect yourself against the deadly virus and to do this, everyone must respect barrier gestures. Hand cleaning is one of them and remains an essential gesture and not the least.

Disinfecting your hands is a defense:

The recommendations of the World Health Organization are clear: you should wash your hands regularly with soap or clean them with hydroalcoholic gel. But it is also recommended to disinfect the whole house including, among other things, the floor, the toilets or the door handles. To this end, several disinfectants are used, in particular, bleach by way of example and which is particularly irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract as well as to the hands.

 

According to Doctor Anne Marie Heudes, Dermatologist, because of the cleaning of the hands which becomes particularly aggressive for the skin, certain advice must be taken into consideration to preserve its softness:

 - You should usually try to soap your hands rather than using hydroalcoholic gel

- It is best to use mild soap without soap, usually sold in pharmacies or drugstores

- The hydroalcoholic gel is mandatory when you are outside, so you have to nourish your hands with a moisturizer.

 

The doctor assures us: "Applying a fatty substance will not reduce or cancel the antibacterial effect of the wash". You just have to wait for the skin to dry out before handling other objects.

 

Also, to preserve the softness of the hands, the first instinct would be to hydrate the skin after each passage in the sink. And for a more effective result, it is necessary to also apply the moisturizer at night before sleeping. This will give the treatment time to act effectively and in-depth on the skin of the hands, which is also very thin. For this purpose, vegetable oils are particularly nutritious and rich in fatty acids and act as a protective film.

 

A natural recipe based on vegetable oils to rehydrate the skin of the hands

It is well known that the sensitive skin of the hands is the first to be the victim of external aggressions and therefore becomes dehydrated and weakened. Also, natural alternatives can bring softness and comfort to your hands' thanks to restorative vegetable oils. So here is a natural recipe to hydrate and repair your skin and treat chapped and damaged hands. In this case, prefer healthier organic oils.

 

  • Almond oil:




Ingredients:

- 3 tablespoons of sweet almond oil

- 3 tablespoons of coconut oil

- 3 tablespoons of shea butter

- 2 tablespoons of borage oil

- 10 drops of essential oil of rose geranium

- 1 glass jar previously disinfected

 

  • Shea Butter:




Preparation:

- Melt the coconut oil and shea butter in a bowl over a double boiler;

- Add sweet almond oil and borage oil;

- Then add the drops of essential oil and mix everything together;

- Pour the mixture into the glass jar and leave to cool in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour;

- When the balm is sufficiently solidified, whip it with a fork so that it acquires a creamy texture.

- Store it in a place protected from heat and light.

 

Other tips to preserve your hands:

- Wear gloves to do household chores

- Wash your hands with lukewarm water which is gentler on the skin

- Dry your hands properly after washing

- Use a mild soap to wash your hands

- Scrub the hands once a week to remove dead skin 


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