There are a number of factors that can lead to the development of dry hands but soaps and hand gels with high alcohol content are one of the primary causes. The alcohol is harsh on your skin, leading to dehydration and loss of elasticity, causing your hands to age faster. To treat dry hands, follow our three-step hand care routine to help gently buff away dead skin cells and replenish hydration for soothed and nourished hands.
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How To Treat Dry Hands
1. Wash With A Gentle Cleanser
Avoid alcohol-based products when you wash your hands and instead, opt for a gentle, hydrating cleanser that removes daily grime without stripping the skin of moisture.
We recommend using the ultra-soft Cashmere Cleanser. Blending calendula extract, apricot kernel oil and shea butter, its luxurious formula removes impurities, while restoring and nourishing the skin. Massage the cleanser into your hands, then remove with warm water.
Expert Tip: Antibacterial soaps can be dehydrating, so avoid them if your hands are likely to become dry or cracked. Instead, wash your hands for 20 seconds using an Omorovicza gentle cleanser.