Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Make Hands Look Younger - The 3 P's You Must Practice for Younger-Looking Hands (Skin Care Blog Post)

She's 40.


Today's skin care blog post discusses a skin care topic that emphatically interests me

How to make hands look younger?

This interest started when I was 24. Our department hired a new female. She was gorgeous! Everyone thought she was in her 20's, except for one person.

"No!" He disagreed with certainly, "She's 40."

He was right.  

How did he know? 


Her hands, of course. 


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Make hands look younger - the 3 P's you must practice for younger-looking hands:

 



1. Pamper


Just like your face, your hands require occasional pampering. A soothing exfoliation or rejuvenating massage, perhaps?

Product recommendation:

To pamper at home, I recommend Daily Body Scrub by BijaBody. The scrub is made with all natural ingredients like organic grape seeds, corn cob meal, honey oil and tea extracts.


make hands look younger


The scrub lathers on smoothly and exfoliates gently. Plus, the combination of all the ingredients creates a charming fragrance.


make hands look younger

make hands look younger


My hands felt completely refreshed after use--and soft too.

make hands look younger

I received a sample to review, and am now hooked. Very happy that this scrub, as well as other skin care products by BijaBody, is carried locally at Gene Juarez Salons and Sweet Spot Sugar Studios in Seattle.

Find it at BijaBody.com.


2. Protect


Protect hands from sun damage by applying SPF everyday. And don't forget to moisturize.

Product recommendation:

In-Kind Nourishing Hand Cream with Shea Butter is 95% natural and contains a thick, silky formula.


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3. Paint


Never underestimate the allure of a French Manicure.

Though classic, French Manicure offers tender, blush-like color and youthful glow. Reminds me of flowers in spring.

Product recommendation:

If you don't feel like spending $20 at the salon, then do it yourself with Rimmel French Manicure Pro set. I just bought one, and am happy with both color and lasting power.


make hands look younger

make hands look younger



Thanks for visiting again.

 

Hope you found the information useful.

 

Do you have any suggestions on how to make hands look younger?




17 comments:

  1. I never think about my hands! & you're right! they need lovin' too!

    lifebyhana.blogspot.com

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  2. very nice post. I will do this to my hand since, look older when is over dry because of the weather.

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  3. Very good tips. I need them. ;)

    xo Jo

    http://www.whiterosesandcoffee.com/

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  4. That's the truth! Your hands will tell your age. Scrub and moisturize.

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  5. Oh this is what i Need. My Hands Look very Old, I got Frackels in it :(

    Glamupyourlifestyle.blogspot.de

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  6. Great tips! I use some of my night cream on my hands before I go to bed :)

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  7. This is so true! my mum is a big fan of hand creams and i was never one to put it on, but I've started now as the hands are always a giveaway!

    moisturising them is top of my list!

    http://cosmeticsshoppingandintoxication.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. My hands get very dry in the winter so I try to exfoliate and hydrate them quite often ...
    And a good French manicure is beautiful at any age ...
    kisses

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  9. I am SO bad about thinking to protect my hands. Going to put sunscreen on them now!

    Amy

    Fashion and Beauty Finds

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  10. OH my gosh - I always talk about hands and age! You are correct that part of us tells our age. . . love this post and how to take care of our hands.

    Red Soles and Red Wine

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  11. very interesting, the hands are very important,love this aricle.
    xoxo

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  12. very interesting, the hands are very important,love this aricle.
    xoxo

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  13. Thanks for the tip - must check this out!

    Melissah from Scrapbook / Country Style Chic

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  14. only recently have i started using sunscreen on my hands!! thanks for the tips!! maybe a good exfoliation is what i need :)

    [oomph.]
    mobile morsels

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