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Are your hands giving away your age? Here’s how to keep these hard-working body parts healthy and pretty

 

‘Pure lemon juice is one of the finest things for the hands,’ Good Housekeeping reported in 1897, foreshadowing today’s fruit-acid craze.

 

Here are two more smooth moves:

  1. To avoid chapping, always dry your hands thoroughly.
  2. Keep rubber gloves in the kitchen and bathroom to protect your hands whenever you’re cleaning.

 

We recommend these:

OUT DAMN SPOT 

Fight age spots with Mavala Anti-Blemish Cream for hands (R199,95).

 

NAIL IT
Toughen up tearing and peeling nails with Sally Hansen Continuous Treatment Hardening (R99,95).

 

SLEEPING BEAUTY
Brand-new Sh’Zen Replenishing Serum for hands (R189) works while you sleep.

 

Read more:

Get younger-looking hands

Your DIY manicure

 

Copy originally appeared in Good Housekeeping of August 2012.

 

 
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