Thursday, January 30, 2020

Six Easy At-Home Steps to Pamper Your Hands and Feet This Winter

If your hands and feet are dry and chapped this winter, and in need some TLC, then here are my super-easy, and ultra-relaxing at-home tips to restore their moisture. You really don't have to go out and buy any fancy and expensive products, instead use what you love and already have on hand.

Six Easy Steps:

Step 1: Wash your hands and feet with warm soapy water in a basin.

Step 2: While your hands and feet are soaking in the basin, gently exfoliate dead skin cells with your favorite body scrub. Tip: Exfoliate gently because the water softens up your skin, and therefore you don't need to use any force.

Step 3: Thoroughly rinse hands and feet and empty the basin.

Step 4: Rinse out the basin and refill it with warm water and add a small amount of bath or body oil to moisturize your freshly exfoliated skin. Let your hands and feet soak for about 10-15 minutes, then rinse.

Step 5: Massage additional body oil into your slightly damp hands and feet, and let it sink in thoroughly.

Step 6: Massage a rich cream or body butter into your hands and feet, and then put on fluffy cotton socks, and cotton gloves (if you want to further pamper your hands).

Overall Assessment: Follow these 6 easy steps to pamper and moisturize your dry hands and feet this winter, and you will see quite a difference. I try to do this at least once a week, and in addition to deeply moisturizing the skin, it is also very relaxing and pampering.

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  1. I need to get a new basin (my original one is filled with beauty products I’m not using) and do this! I haven’t put body oil in the second soak, but I will. Such a good idea!

    1. Basins are so handy, and easy to clean! The body oil trick really makes such a difference!

  2. I'd need to find something for my feet. Maybe I'll buy one of those footbaths I've seen in magazines. I can't really sit on the edge of the tub but my feet would love some TLC.

    1. My sister has one of those foot baths! They seem really nice.


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