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Winter Hand Care 911

by Ann Thariani

“Help!  My skin’s always dry so I thought I’d seen it all - but this cold, windy winter has left my nails and cuticles a disaster!  I hate taking off my mittens.”

The Problem: Dry Hands, Nails & Cuticles.

Ouch!   I feel your pain - you need a winter hand-care plan ASAP!  Dry, rough hands and torn cuticles aren’t just unappealing; they can lead to cracks, bleeding and even infection.

Try these simple steps to heal and maintain your hands, nails and cuticles.

The Solution: Get Religious about Routine Hand Care.

1.  Switch to a moisturizing soap - you’ll get just as clean without removing all the naturally protective oils in your skin, and avoid super-hot water - it’s very drying.

2.  Keep a bottle of good lotion by your sink and use it every time you wash.

3.  Stash some hand cream in your purse.  Gilden Tree Nourishing Hand Cream comes in a handy “stay-shut” tube that’s soaks in quickly and feels great.  Another purse staple is a nail file to file away   little snags before they get bigger.

4.  Before bed, use a rich salve on your hands, paying special attention to your cuticles and nails.

Spa Owner Linda M told us “Gilden Tree Hand, Nail & Cuticle Salve penetrates and moisturizes nails and cuticles more deeply than anything I’ve ever used before.”  Wear cotton gloves over the salve for 5-10 minutes to help the salve soak in.  No gloves?  Use clean cotton socks - but make it a nightly ritual

Expect substantial improvement in a week or so, and keep your mittens for the snow!