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Hands & Feet

Treat your hands and feet to lotions, oils, serums, and moisturizers that are designed for specific areas of the body. These products will keep your skin looking refreshed and feeling soft. The luxurious formulas will preserve moisture levels in you fingers, toes, heels up to 3x longer than regular lotion so it looks bright while staying smooth. Soften callus on hard heels with any one of our many options ranging from thick to light cream formulas available in unscented scents or find a product designed specifically for dry or cracked feet!


If you want to keep your hands and feet looking great, consider these tips:

  • Wear gloves while doing housework. Dry your nails thoroughly after washing dishes or getting them wet.
  • Wipe off shoes with a clean cloth before wearing them.
  • Get regular manicures and pedicures.
  • Moisturize hands and feet with creams containing alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA's) or urea, which help dissolve the upper layer of dead skin.
  • Use topical retinoids on your hands to promote cell turnover and soften thickened skin.
  • Wear warm gloves made of cotton while going to sleep.
  • Soak feet in warm water mixed with Epsom salts or baking soda.
  • Soak your feet in warm water for at least ten minutes three times a day.
  • Scrub hard skin away with a pumice stone once a week.
  • Use a foot file to gently remove dead skin from heels and balls of the feet, then moisturize thoroughly.

Hands and feet are some of the first areas to show signs of aging. If you take care of them, they will look younger for longer. Dry, cracked skin can become irritated and painful. Hands that look aged may make you feel older, too.

Proper hand and foot care is important because rough, dry skin can develop into painful cracks or fissures that may bleed or become infected. Infections of the feet and hands are especially dangerous to people with diabetes. Keeping hands and feet smooth, soft, and well groomed can also help prevent hangnails that may become infected.

People who have diabetes are prone to foot problems because of reduced circulation. Infections in the feet are common for people with diabetes. If you have diabetes, take care of your feet by taking showers each day and drying between your toes carefully. Also wear well-fitting shoes and socks, which reduce the risk of infection.

Moisturizer is essential after you bathe. It locks in moisture and keeps your hands and feet looking healthy.

Wash hands with warm water and mild soap, paying close attention to the spaces between fingers and around nails. Rinse well under running water . Dry with a clean towel.

Fold a towel into thirds, and stand on it while you pat hands and feet dry. Avoid rubbing because that can irritate skin even more.

Dry hands completely before putting on gloves or socks, especially if your skin is cracked or irritated.

Moisturizers contain humectants to attract water from the air and seal it in the skin. They also have emollients, which soften rough or damaged skin.

It's best to use products that are fragrance-free and have no added dyes or perfumes that may irritate your skin even more.

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