Healing for Dry, Cracked HandsPosted: March 3, 2011
This time of year my hands are like sandpaper. The dryer sheet sticks to them when I take the laundry out of the dryer. Sounds bad, but they used to be worse. They used to crack and bleed, which is painful and those cracks take a long time to heal! Things are much better this year thanks to the following (but please share any tips you have too):
1. I try to use gloves whenever possible. I’ve discovered CleanCuisine kitchen gloves from Playtex that work great. I use them whenever I’m handling raw meat or fish.
2. Healing Earth Healing Salve works great and smells great too. Just work it into your hands and give it about 2 minutes to absorb – it really works if you use it often. They have great lip balms too. Check out: www.HealingEarthVT.com The picture of this great product, below, is from the website: