The first thing you need to do when your hands are peeling is to identify the root cause of the problem and tackle it immediately from there. If, per chance, you have an allergic reaction, you know you just have to completely avoid the allergens at all cost. If yours is as a result of a skin condition, the best thing for you to do would be to see a doctor for help.
Nonetheless, these are some simple things you should do whenever your hands start peeling:
1. Deep your hands in Warm Water:
Immediately you notice that your palms are beginning to peel, make sure you soak them in a bowl of warm water for about eleven to thirteen minutes every day. This will make your skin very soft, so the dry skin can be gotten rid of easily. Once you take your hands out of the warm water, make sure you pat them till they get dry and apply a good moisturiser.
This popular fruit isn’t just for the stomach or body tissues alone. It offers a whole lot of benefits to our skin. so I'll advise you to add it to your skincare routine.
To get rid of peeling hands, start by applying the juice extracted from a slice of cucumber on your hands. Let it remain on your skin for about 20 minutes. Afterwards, carefully wash your hands with clean, lukewarm water. If it's available, you can apply Vitamin E oil or any natural oil of your choice after patting to dry.
3. Aloe Vera:
Just like the cucumber we talked about in the previous headline, aloe vera gel can also be used to treat peeling hands. To use this method, carefully apply them to your hands before going to bed. And when you wake up in the morning, make sure you wash your hands with warm water, and don't forget to moisturise.
4. Apply a cream with a lot of oil content. This will keep your hands oily all day long.
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