Cure your dry hands just in time for Spring!The winter weather can have devastating effects…on your hands and cuticles. If you can't spend the last weeks of winter in the tropics, there are some things you can do to help ensure healthy hands and cuticles for the Spring.
For more than 100 years, professionals at the renowned Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spas have been applying their expertise in beauty and spa treatments to guests. To lend a helping hand in the quest for healthy skin and nails, trainer and nail technician at the Red Door Spa in Phoenix, AZ, Gina Georgescu offered some advice.
Hand washing is important to prevent the spread of germs and to keep from catching a cold or the flu, especially in the winter, but all that washing can dry out your hands and cuticles. What's a gal to do? Moisturizing, of course, is important. "Use a moisturizer after washing and drying your hands," says Georgescu. "Make sure your hands are thoroughly dry before applying a rich cream, made especiallyRead More »from Getting Your Winter Hands Ready for the Spring