I wanted to share my top picks to keep your hands soft hydrated and happy. Between the constant hand washing and pumps of hand sanitiser, it’s easy to see why our hands might be craving some extra TLC. As the world faces constant change, it is important that we prioritise our health and the health of those around us by keeping our hands clean.
Many of any of us know that with constant washing often comes chapped, dry hands. That’s why using a moisturising hand cream is now an essential part of our daily skin care routine.
My Top Picks To Keep Your Hands Soft, Hydrated and Happy!
Soften and soothe your hands with hydrating organic shea butter and a delicate hint of fresh vanilla and mint. This luxurious hand cream contains Denatured Grain Alcohol, a natural antibacterial and antiseptic and vanilla to calm, soothe and improve circulation.
A hydrating hand and body cream that is perfect for dry, stressed skin. It can be used all over the body as an extra rich body moisturiser. It works especially well massaged into dry hands, feet, knees and elbows. Contains ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil and Green Tea.
This powerful multi functional hand and nail treatment contains alpha hydroxy acids in conjunction with powerful natural antioxidants, proteins, amino acids, essential fatty acids and topical vitamins. This Rose-infused hand and cuticle cream will moisturise, condition and revitalise your hands. It works particularly well on prematurely aged skin.
This conditioning hand treatment deeply hydrates to help repair, hydrate and protect hands. This nourishing treatment helps to protect nails from drying and splitting. Containing extracts of Quandong, Rosehip Oil, Argan Oil and Anti-oxidants to provide nourishment and protection to your hands and elbows. Native Common Black Thorn helps to reduce sun damage.
If you require any further advice on any of the Soho Skincare range, our specialist skin experts at Soho Skin Rejuvenation Westfield Chermside are available for consultations Monday to Saturday each week.