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Spa(ahhh) Day Sunday: Skyy Hadley’s Luxury Rejuvenating Hot Cream At-Home Hand Treatment

Spa(ahhh) Day Sunday: Skyy Hadley’s Luxury Rejuvenating Hot Cream At-Home Hand Treatment



Just because the warm weather is here, that doesn’t mean our hands are safe from flakiness and dehydration. We have to be extra careful not to let our hands dry up from the high temperatures, low humidity, constant washing of hands, and sun exposure. Below is a quick at-home remedy to combat dry, summer hands from celebrity manicurist and owner of As U Wish Nail Spa, Skyy Hadley! 

What you will need:

2 Baggies

Cloth (to remove excess cream)

Gentle Nail Polish Remover

Try: Zoya Remove Plus Big Flipper Polish Remover 8oz $9.99

Zoya Remove Plus Big Flipper Polish Remover 8oz

Sugar Scrub (if you don’t have a DIY one at home)

Try: L’Occitane Shea Butter Ultra Rich Body Cream $44

L'Occitane Shea Butter Ultra Rich Body Cream

Skyy Hadley’s Luxury Rejuvenating Hot Cream At-Home Hand Treatment

  • Closeup of a woman's handsRemove all nail polish with a gentle polish remover
  • Begin by sloughing off dead and dry skin from palms and backs of hands with a homemade sugar scrub (salt scrubs can be drying or irritating):

o   Mix sugar, a few drops of vegetable glycerin and an uplifting essential oil like peppermint or rosemary in a medium-sized bowl.

  • Gently rub hands together to scrub away dullness.  Remove scrub with a warm wet cloth.
  • Do NOT soak fingers in water, as doing so will actually draw the moisture OUT of your skin.
  • Instead, heat up 2 plastic baggies full of a thick, luxurious cream and add a few drops of an invigorating essential oil such as tangerine, ylang ylang, or chamomile.
  • Heat until very warm but not too hot, then place hands in bags for about 2 minutes, allowing moisture to penetrate the skin.
  • Remove hands from bag and massage cream into skin, wiping off any excess.
  • Your hands should instantly feel smooth and look radiant!

 




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  • Angela Garza

    I think during the summer we tend to really focus on keeping our faces moisturized, but our hands not so much. This is a really good post because it brings it to our attention that we really need to take time to pamper our hands too.

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