When the temperatures drop and your home becomes dry due to lack of humidity, you hands can become as dry and moisture starved as the air. Not only do winter dry hands feel uncomfortable but they can make you look older as well. As the old saying goes, nothing gives away your age quite as quickly as your hands. If winter dryness has your hands under the weather, here’s how to heal them.
There is power in contentment. The older I get, the more I’ve come to realize that happiness is not about having more, but about wanting less. And the first step to wanting less is being grateful for what we already have.
The only real cure for a brain freeze is to wait it out, while some say that putting your tongue on the roof of your mouth will help to ease the brain freeze quickly.
Liriope is best used in areas where grass grows poorly or in areas that are difficult to mow or water. Liriope will not replace grass where there is heavy foot traffic. There it is better to install a pathway or stepping stones.
Washing your hands repeatedly robs your hands of essential moisture and can worsen the flaking and redness seen with winter dry hands. On the other hand, hand washing is important during the winter months to prevent the transmission of flu and cold bugs. Continue washing your hands but remember to apply a heavy duty moisture goji cream after each washing. An expensive one that works well is shea butter. This can be found at most drugstores and health food stores.
Tissue: You never know when you are going to sneeze or blow your nose. Having tissue in the purse will prevent any unpleasant messy experiences at work or on a date.
Although this diet, for most will require a lifestyle change to their eating habits, it can be well worth it. Once people are following the GI diet, they will notice weight loss along with other health benefits. Risk for diabetes and heart disease will also decrease. This diet for most is easy to follow and well worth the end results.