Dry Winter Hands Remedy


This time of year, if I’m not religiously moisturizing my hands, the winter can get the best of them. I try my best to moisturize every time I wash them but let’s be honest, it doesn’t always happen, and before you know it, your hands are dry and scaly. These are just a couple simple things you can do to get your hands back from the throws of winter skin.


First off, you need to exfoliate. I know this sounds like the last thing you would want to do to your poor, dry, irritated hands but trust me, you need to. If you don’t get that top layer of dry skin off, no matter how much moisturizer you put on top, it WILL NOT sink in. Now, you definitely don’t want to scrub harshly. Just lightly scrub your hands, rinse with lukewarm water, and pat them dry to prep them for the next step. A couple of my favorite hand/body scrubs are JR Watkins, Giovanni or even just some coconut oil and epsom salts mixed together would do the trick.


– You want to pick a gentle lotion and apply it generously. Because you exfoliated off the top layer of skin, it will sink in beautifully. I would probably even do two layers of lotion. Some of my favorites are Nature’s Gate, Crabtree & Evelyn, Aveda, and Nourish Organic.

– Finally, I like to apply a cuticle cream/oil to my nails and cuticles to lock in the moisture even more. I love Crabtree & Evelyn and Burt’s Bees.

Products Mentioned.

Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream

Nourish Organic Body Lotion Lavender Mint — 8 fl oz

J.R. Watkins Sugar and Shea Body Scrub, Lemon Cream, 8 Ounce

Aveda Replenishing Body Lotion

Crabtree & Evelyn Nail and Cuticle Cream

Giovanni D;tox System Purifying Body Scrub, (step 2), 6-Ounces (Pack of 2)

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This is not a sponsored post. I purchased all of the products in this video unless otherwise stated. All opinions are always 100% my own, honest thoughts. Some links are affiliate links. I only link to products I have personally used and would recommend.


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