4 steps for more youthful hands.

A quick and easy 4 step at-home hand treatment. So you can remove dark spots and wrinkles for more youthful hands.



My client Christine recently complained "My hands look old and wrinkled. Is there anything I can do?" Then she said to herself "I'm sure there's not much", sounding despondent and resigned.

"Of course, we can treat your hands," I was happy to share. And you can do it at home too."




My home remedy is a simple 4 step treatment that you can start at any time and at any age. It's based on our 4 step skincare protocol


- Cleanse, Correct, Hydrate and Protect.

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CLEANSE


One of the simplest way to make dry, wrinkled skin look better is to exfoliate when you're washing your hands. Scrubs are a quick twice weekly exfoliating choice. My favorite is our Resurfacing Scrub.



Resurfacing scrub has plant based scrubbing beads to slough off old dead cells. And it also has glycolic acid that works like a home peel. It dissolve the glue that holds the ugly, rough, dead cells to your skin.


Directions: Apply Resurfacing Scrub to your skin. Leave on for 30 seconds or more. Then polish the skin with your palms for a minute before adding water and scrubbing it off. Use 2 to 3 times per week.


Dishwashing liquid and Hand Soap


If you're like me, you use grease stripping dawn to wash your implements and dishes. This is brutal on your hands. Want to keep using your "tough on grease" dishwashing liquid?

Wear reusable protective vinyl gloves. Wear them every time you wash your dishes and clean your home.



Plus daily hand washing strips natural moisture and oil, leaving them dry and flaky. So switch your hand soaps to a milder and more moisturizing option.


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