December 10, 2007

Homemade hand lotions


Here are some easy recipes for homemade lotions and creams for hands. Their usage is all the more necessary now as you have to protect your lovely hands from the merciless, moisture robbing winter air. applying hand lotion

#Almond hand cream

# Satin hand cream

# Hand lotion 1

# Hand lotion 2 & 3

# Hand Lotion 4

Ingredients:

2 ounces of white wax
1 egg white
4 oz almond oil
½ tsp alum

Method:

Combine all the ingredients so that they blend well. Store it in a clear glass bottle. Whenever required, apply it all over your arms and hands. Wash off with lukewarm water when it dries.

Witch Hazel hand cream

Ingredients:

Brewer’s yeast - 2 tsp
Witch hazel extract – 5 tbsp
Tincture of benzoin – ¼ tsp

Method:

Mix together all the ingredients to make a smooth paste, refrigerate it before using. Smear all over your hands and wash off with lukewarm water after 20-25 minutes.




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10 comments:

  1. I love making my own lotions and creams. A little goat's milk cream base, a nice carrier oil like jojoba or safflower oil, and an essential oil for a little punch and fragrance, lavender being my favorite, and I have something I can share with friends.

    It all goes great with some of the home spa facials that I whiz up in the blender. I have a few interesting combinations on my blogger blog as well!

    http://www.beautymarketbuzz.blogspot.com

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  2. Saroj9:35 AM

    My hands get so dry during the winter. try these out. Thanks for the info.

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  3. Pranati4:28 PM

    You can cut a leaf from the plant and rub it on your hands.I have very dry skin on my hands because I have psoriasis. I saw an article on the web written by a doctor who said every time you wash your hands, towel dry them but leave them slightly damp, then rub a very small amount of Vaseline into your hands. After I do that, I use a paper towel to blot the excess. It sounds like it would be greasy, but you only use a very small amount of Vaseline, so it isn't and it works great. It is the water in combination with the Vaseline that makes it work

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  4. Indira4:34 PM

    A quick massage of 10 minutes with olive oil or dove lotion will also work wonders.
    Our hands take a beating on a daily basis, and we slipshod them with respect to other parts of the body. Give your worn-out hands a gentle touch with these top tips and feel the difference within few days.

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  5. Bhagyalashmi8:44 AM

    Wow the moisturizer sounds really good.

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  6. Kusuma8:39 AM

    Sweet almond oil makes a luxurious hand softener

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  7. Shruti8:33 AM

    Get some heavy duty hand cream and also get some cotton gloves. Put the hand cream on before you go to sleep and then put on the cotton gloves. Do this every night when possible. The gloves you can find at wal mart in the glove section or you can get some in the nail polish section specifically made for what I mentioned.

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  8. Indrani9:06 AM

    Honey and Melted Chocolate is also fairly good for your hair and hands, it can be used on your face, but it might leave red bumps if you have sensitive skin. Just put around a pound of chocolate in the microwave, then put a can of honey in it too, then mix. Smear it all over your face and exfoliate away!!! Works GREAT!!!

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  9. Abhilasha11:23 AM

    You need to get rid of dirt and dead skin cells by exfoliating your hands. Exfoliating also improves circulation and keeps your hands looking pretty and young.

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  10. Sonali11:24 AM

    Take two tablespoons of butter and one tablespoon of sugar. Massage your hands with this mixture till the sugar particles dissolve. Wash off and feel the difference.

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