Don’t be called out publicly like Sarah Jessica Parker has for having not-so-quite cute hands, do something about it. With engagements on the rise and the nail craze reaching a fever pitch, prep for your next hand selfie with the likes of paw-lovin’ products from Elemis Spa, G.M. Collin, Erno Laszlo and SkinCeuticuals.
No Gloves Required
If your hands aren’t in camera-ready condition now, you needn’t be so extreme and walk through life with gloves on, instead, consider the following over-the-counter hand and nail care options so they are in the future…
Patience doesn’t have to be a virtue when you use Elemis Spa @ Home Pro-Radiance Hand and Nail Cream ($42, feelunique.com) because this luxurious cream that conditions nails and rejuvenates hands absorbs quickly. It’s ingredients? Pro-Radiance is blended with a bouquet of fragranced white flowers, milk protein, anti-aging omega, virgin plum and more so hands are left looking youthfully radiate and smooth.
Promotes Cell Turnover
Get ready to have lavishly soft hands with G.M. Collin Hand & Nail Repair Cream ($24, spalocator) – a powerful hydrating formula that contains healing ingredients that nurtures, restores moisture to dry skin calms redness and promotes cell turnover.
Brighter Is Better
Erno Laszlo New York Luminous Intensive Hand Treatment SPF 25 ($68, neimanmarcus.com) solves your dull hand woes because the blend of Grape and Mulberry Extracts brightens and hydrates skin as well as diminishes the appearance of age spots and hyperpigmentation.
Treat Neglected Body Parts Simultaneously
And if you need to treat not only your hands, but your neck and chest as well, SkinCeuticuals Neck, Chest & Hand Repair ($70, skinceuticals.com) is your go-to product as these are areas that are typically neglected. What this product does is it brightens andr restores therefore lessening the appearance aging. It also contains potent skin brighteners that help fade sun damage and dark spots, while targeted actives support collagen levels and reduce skin crepiness a.k.a. loose skin.
For Your Reading Pleasure
Because hand selfie’s have garnered so much attention lately, even the The New York Times had to cover the craze entitled Raise Your Hand for an Engagement Selfie.
Hue Knew It? I did.
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