Hand Care

As you know that we should take proper care of our hand because Hands tells everything about yourself, how you live your life and love your body. Gorgeous hands are the carriers of your personality, no matter in what situation and age you are.

hand-care

Your hands are the ultimate tool invented ever, but you don’t realize how important these tools are. You just use them all day; Shaking hands, cooking, doing your hair, feel, touch, work, write. Endless, think about this for a second.
The skin of the hand is so thin, protect the skin. Massage your hands with your personal hand lotion. Protect your hands from dry weather as well as protecting them from the sun. Prevent your hands from aging. Use rubber gloves whenever you do housework. Once in a week use your face night creams also on your hands before you go to sleep. The best way to take care of your hands is to protect them from detergent, sun rays, chemical etc.

How Vitamin C is good for skin

We know that vitamin A, vitamin B (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6,) Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Vitamin E are very good for healthy skin.


How Vitamin C is good for skin?

Vitamin C is mostly known as the skin care ingredient .Its a natural defense against free radicals, which cause skin aging. There are many cause of skin aging like excess sum exposure, smoking, pollution etc.


Vitamin C helps the skin in two important ways. Firstly, vitamin C is essential for the synthesis of collagen, a key structural protein of the skin. Secondly, vitamin C is an antioxidant and can help reduce skin damage caused by free radicals.
When vitamin C is properly used with skin cells, there is a good chance to reduce wrinkles and improve skin texture. It’s a very good anti aging Vitamin
Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits and juices, cantaloupe, strawberries, kiwi, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, and green peppers. Vitamin C is also found in many skincare products; however, the level of effectiveness can vary. If you are using a vitamin C cream, keep in mind that it is difficult for your skin to absorb vitamin C without the help of other chemical agents. Consult dermatologist or physician to decide on the most effective combination of treatments.