Both hands is the most easily leak, age hand skin is exposed for long-term, sun and wind, also harm the skin often contact chemicals, more show aging. But in our hands to caress, more than face ministry skin.
Hand is to reflect the most elegant woman flavor, many men see a woman is first from hand look smooth and delicate hands, so you can add cent many. All the hands, exposing the signs of ageing appeared. Summer bask in frost, you will carry your bag, winter in the hand cream is essential, of course!
Give yourself a quality of investment is necessary to hand cream. A good hand cream in addition to outside, still need moisturizing moist not oily flavor also cannot too strong. I am a professional therapist. I've massaged a lot of hands over the nearly 13 years that I've been in practice. Although I've had a few clients over the years ask me to avoid working on certain areas, to my knowledge, no one has ever said, "Please don't work on my hands today."
The nice thing about hand massage is that you don't need to see (or be) a professional to do it. You don't need to make an appointment, disrobe, or go to a special place. Hands are almost always in plain view and available.
It doesn't take a great amount of skill or time to do a hand massage. Just about any stroke you can imagine is appropriate. But here are a few tips:
See the position of the woman doing the massage in the picture relative to the person having her hand massaged? Personally, I prefer a direct approach like this. It seems easier for me to address the entire hand when I am facing the person, holding their hand in front of me with the fingers pointing toward me. I usually do hand massage at about waist level, as the picture suggests. Now, how do we start?
I start on the back of the hand. That's just me...you can do it another way if you choose. I put a little lotion or cream on my hands, and then grasp one hand with both of my hands. You want to be able to glide a little over the skin so that you don't create friction that hurts. Be sure not to use too much lotion--you don't want it to be messy; just about the amount you'd rub in if you were putting on hand lotion.
And if you are looking for a natural alternative, try coconut oil before you go to bed. The coconut oil will aid in exfoliating the outer layer of dead skin cells, making the skin smoother - and it smells great!
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