Your hands need special care and attention. In fact, hand care and proper hygiene is the single most important way to prevent yourself from getting sick and from spreading germs to others. 38% wash their hands more than 10 times a day. It is important to consider that wet hands are the culprit for germs to spread.

There are also many other factors that can affect your immune health that isn't related to hygiene. So here's the big takeaway: There's no evidence that a short-term boost in hand-washing and cleaning will reduce your body's immune function.



6 Several facts have an adverse effect on the skin of your hands:

  • Day to day work
  • Washing dishes
  • Gardening
  • Exposure to heat and cold
  • Some sports
  • Sun exposure


5 Best additional tips for beautiful hands:

  • Wear gloves while working in and around the house.
  • Avoid contact with chemicals & aggressive products.
  • Make time for regular hand care routines & manicures.
  • Avoid direct exposure to the sun without protection.
  • Always wear winter gloves during harsh weather.

Top 4 Hand Care routine-

  • Protect: Use a sunscreen (SPF50 or higher) and reapply frequently. ...
  • Moisturize: Keeping hands hydrated is the key to counteracting crepey skin. ...
  • Exfoliate: Dry skin is dead skin, Dr. ...
  • Correct: You can treat age spots at home with lemon juice or with an over-the-counter topical bleach treatment.



Natural remedy for dry hands:

Top 7 Home remedies for dry skin :

  • Sunflower seed oil: A 2013 study found that sunflower seed oil improved hydration when used as a moisturizer on the participant's arms. 
  • Coconut oil: Another natural oil that works well to treat dry skin is coconut oil.
  • Oatmeal bath 
  • Drinking milk 
  • Honey
  • Petroleum jelly
  • Aloe vera


6 Simple beauty tips for hands:

  • Moisturize your hands -Use a good quality hand moisturizer and apply on hands at least thrice a day.
  • Pamper the hands- Indulge in a manicure at least once a month
  • Wash your hands - Wash your hands in lukewarm water all year round
  • Scrub - Scrub your hands at least once a week.
  • Massage - Massage your hands at night for at least five minutes to let the goodness of the moisturizer soak in.
  • File and trim - When you file your nails, file them in one direction rather than a seesaw action. Trim your nails at least once in two weeks or as required.


Best treatment for aging hands:

Arthur said, "Intense pulsed light (IPL) is the most popular treatment in my practice to help reverse the signs of aging on the hands. IPL uses light-based energy to fade sun spots and produce a more even skin tone," But remember, it's always easier to practice prevention as the first method of defense.


To get wrinkle-free hands and feet:

Husain says, “The best way to treat aging lines and wrinkles on your feet is by doing home treatments like applying olive oil or sesame seed oil on your feet and massaging it until it absorbs completely. For cracked heels, soak your feet in hot water for a good 20 minutes.


To soften the fingers:

  • To remove hard skin at home, follow these steps:
  • Soak the area of hard skin in warm water for 10 minutes. This will help to soften the skin, making it easier to remove.
  • Gently apply a pumice stone or large nail file to the area. ...
  • Follow up with a moisturizer to soothe the skin.