If you've got dry hands - use aloe Vera balm Novi-Jae McDougall, model
NATURAL AND HOME REMEDIES FOR DRY HANDS
Oil therapy the best remedy for dry skin source Your can try any one of three mentioned remedies:
1. Oil Therapy: Rub on some olive, almond or coconut oil and massage lightly on to your hands, legs and the rest of your body before heading for a shower. If time permits, heat the oil and then apply.
2. Milk cream makes for a very good moisturizer. Mix a few drops of lime, a tsp. of milk and two tsp. of milk cream and rub onto your hands and legs. Leave it on for a while before you head for a shower. You’ll see the difference immediately
3. Curd makes for an excellent skin hydrant, and its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties will help soothe your dry, itchy skin. Apply curd just as it is or mix it with some honey and a few drops of lime. Leave it on for at least 10 minutes before you wash it off.
Proven remedy for dry skin in 5 stepsJanuary 25, 2014 Step.1--take 50ml each of extra virgin olive oil and virgin coconut oil and a pinch of turmeric, place them in a small metallic cup heat gently to get mixed well.
Step2--cool the oil and store in air tight container then take the amount required for application apply mild heat and apply on dry skin and stand/massage for 20mins.
Step 3--take 2 mugs mug 1-fill half with water take some hibiscus leaves then mash with your fingers and filter the mucilage with a clean cloth to remove leaf debris. Mug2-take a few curd add juice of one lemon mix well remove solids by filtering and dilute remain with water. (step 3 only weekly twice or thrice)
step4--take a wash with gentle hot water rub with hands then use transparent soap only for bath and (do not apply directly apply on palm lather then apply) then apply mixture of mug2 little by little by rubbing with hands then apply mixture of mug1 now wash with cold/normal water.
Step5--apply a mixture of glycerine:rose water::1:4 after drying with a soft towel.