Undoubtedly, winter is a time when our hands are put to a hard test. Often their skin becomes dry, red, and in extreme cases there is a burning sensation and cracking of the skin. In addition, frosty months are also a period of frequent deficiencies of micronutrients and vitamins in the body. They are mainly silicon, zinc, potassium, magnesium and vitamins B and F. It is also easy for diseases, colds and general weakness of the body, which affects the condition of the skin of the hands and nails.
What can we do to protect the hand skin from the effects of excessive exposure to cold and moisture in winter?
Wearing gloves is enough to forget about them once to see how it affects the condition of our hands.
A properly balanced diet should be supplemented with micronutrients and vitamins by introducing dairy products, cocoa, whole grain cereal products, seeds, nuts and dried fruit into the menu.
Compresses and hand baths with a nourishing effect, based on, for example, linseed, aloe or olive oil.
Oiling is an effective and popular form of skin and hair care for a long time, it will also work effectively on the skin of the hands and the condition of the nails. We can use easily available castor oil, tea oil and the aforementioned olive oil.
Paraffin treatment - the basic salon treatment brings very good results in winter. Paraffin creates a natural moisture-retaining coating. Additionally, it softens and regenerates the skin.
Happy Hands Diego della Palma treatment treatment with snail mucus, colloidal oat flour and tukwa powder (a fruit called a sponge). The effects of the treatment are visible immediately: soft and velvety skin of the hands, improved hydration, elimination of roughness and cracking, unified skin tone, improvement of the condition of nails and cuticles.
Remember that our hands are our showpiece, they reveal our age and health condition. Any nail styling looks better on well-groomed hands. That is why it is worth taking care of them not only in winter, but also throughout the year.