Anti-aging for the hands?
How do wrinkles appear on the hands?
By the forties at the latest, the delicate skin on the back of the hand appears increasingly transparent. Veins and tendons can be seen more and more clearly. In addition, pigment spots and wrinkles cover the previously smooth back of the hand. The reason is the decreasing elasticity of the skin and veins and a slowed down microcirculation of the entire tissue, which leads to a significant deterioration in the supply of nutrients and the breakdown of the subcutaneous fat tissue.
The skin dries out faster, becomes more susceptible to sun damage, such as wrinkles and pigment spots, and requires intensive care with treatments that contain moisture and vitamins. Special anti-aging textures with lightening active ingredients and high UV protection make sense. Hand creams should be massaged into the skin several times a day. In addition, peelings and massages stimulate blood circulation and improve cell regeneration.
What to do about wrinkles on the hands?
Since the skin is nourished from the inside, it is important that you always drink plenty of water to keep the skin hydrated from the inside.
When it comes to nutrition, monounsaturated fatty acids and omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish, nuts, olive oil and avocados) are important to nourish the skin. Vitamin C stimulates the formation of collagen and can be found in green leafy vegetables and in fruits. A healthy, balanced diet is an important building block in your anti-aging program for the hands.
Hand cream for wrinkled hands
Hand cream should be used often. After washing your hands or showering so that your hands do not dry out from aggressive soaps or disinfectants and right before going to sleep so that they can work overnight. In contrast to the skin on the face, the hands do not produce as much sebum in-house, which keeps the hands supple. That's why you can use rich, moisturizing products for hand creams that contain not only caring oils but also classic wrinkle killers such as collagen and hyaluronic acid. They even partially help against age spots on the hands.
How do you prevent wrinkles on your hands?
Just like the face, the hands need adequate UV protection, which is often neglected. The result is wrinkled hands from an early age. However, the thin skin on the back of the hand also suffers from strong solar radiation, which is why special protection is necessary.
You should never overdo hand washing to avoid wrinkled hands. Sure, a certain hygiene is a must, but the anti-aging program for love should not be washed too often. As a result, the skin's protective acid mantle is regularly attacked, causing it to dry out. When washing hands, it is best to use lukewarm water and a mild soap specially made for sensitive skin.
Cleaning and rinsing is a must, but your hands should be protected by wearing rubber gloves. This prevents chemicals from cleaning agents and the like, as well as hot water, from reaching and clogging delicate skin.
Our Medicorp products for beautiful hands
Our most popular Medicorp hand cream is particularly well suited for dry and cracked skin. Die creme contains one high content of unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E, as well as the most valuable oil of the Moroccan argan tree.
The combination of high quality oils Elasticity and Skin suppleness optimized. The hand cream has a nourishing effect thanks to the marigold, sage and arnica.
Small cracks in the hand area close after just 1 week of regular use. As well the hand cream is absorbed directly. Absolutely effective with pleasant melon scent.
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