Wheat germ, honey and coconut oil solve the rough skin of the hands of people who do heavy work (frequent exposure to aggressive preparations for maintaining hygiene, construction, in the garden, in the kitchen, on plantations, agricultural work, etc.)

Wheat germ, honey and coconut oil solve the rough skin of the hands of people who do heavy work (frequent exposure to aggressive preparations for maintaining hygiene, construction, in the garden, in the kitchen, on plantations, agricultural work, etc.)
Wheat germ oil is rich in vitamins and fatty acids necessary for softening the skin and solving inflammatory conditions of the skin. Wheat germ oil is excellent for soothing damage to the surface layer of the skin.

  1. Lavender and organic coconut oil – mix 2 tablespoons of organic coconut oil with 3 drops of lavender essential oil. Mix until the ingredients are combined and pour the mixture into a glass jar. Massage the part of the hands around the nails and cuticles several times a day. Coconut oil is very nutritious and is often used in preparations for skin regeneration and hydration. With regular use, it reduces the inflammatory conditions of the skin on the hands and accelerates the healing of the cuticles.
  2. Balm with cocoa butter – cocoa butter is a highly valued remedy for extremely dry and damaged skin. That is why it is used to prepare preparations for skin regeneration. Regular use prevents drying of the skin, flaking and cracking of the skin. The abundance of fatty acids (which cocoa butter contains) very quickly softens the skin, making it supple. Melt cold-pressed and unrefined cocoa butter (which is in solid form) in steam. Pour a piece of cocoa butter (or 2 large tablespoons when melted) and one tablespoon of organic virgin coconut oil into a saucepan. Allow the mixture to cool, then add 6 drops of orange essential oil for a nicer smell. Pour the mixture into a glass jar. Use the balm every morning and evening. Wash your hands beforehand (before using the salve) with mild soap to remove all impurities and bacteria from the damaged skin area. Leave the salve on overnight.
  3. Blended oil of wheat germ, tea tree and lavender and clove essential oils – take 10 tablespoons of wheat germ oil. Add 3 drops of tea tree essential oil (has antiseptic and antifungal effects), 4 drops of cloves (prevents infections in places where the skin has cracked) and 2 drops of lavender (strengthens and regenerates the skin). Pour the mixture into a container with dark glass. It is preferable that the container has a pipette for ease of use. Shake the oil before each use and warm between the palms. Store in a warm place to avoid reheating each time before use. This is a super rich and nourishing oil for repairing cracked skin.
  4. Add 2 drops of rosemary oil and 2 drops of peppermint oil to 20 mg of hemp oil. Stir the mixture and apply it to the wet skin of hands and nails. And massage each finger individually and leave it for 2 hours for the mixture to work.
  5. Homemade cream with honey – honey is a favorite among natural preparations for the care of damaged and dry skin on the hands. It softens the skin, prevents and alleviates inflammatory conditions and has an antibacterial effect. Apricot seed oil improves skin elasticity and quality. The skin is soft and nourished with regular use. Beeswax hydrates and softens the skin. Lavender prevents inflammatory conditions. Melt 3 spoons of beeswax in steam. Remove from heat and let cool (until a scum starts to form). Then add 2 spoons of apricot seed oil, one large spoon of natural meadow honey and 5 drops of lavender essential oil to the wax. Pour the cream into a glass jar and keep in the refrigerator. Use the cream in the morning and necessarily in the evening before going to bed. Leave overnight. Regular use of the cream will alleviate existing inflammatory conditions and prevent new inflammatory conditions.
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