The Perfect Moisture:
Skin is our largest organ as well as our protective mechanism against harmful environmental influences such as radiation, bacteria, and other pathogens. Skin builds a protective film out of dead skin cells, sweat, and sebum. With every hand washing, this natural acid mantle is eroded. The relatively thin skin on the back of the hands is particularly subject to permanent stress and every now and again needs some extra T.L.C. Try pampering your hands with a mask. Apply a rich night cream directly on the skin and remove after thirty minutes with a cosmetic tissue. For an extreme moisture treatment, wear cotton gloves over moisturized hands and leave on overnight.