Moisturizing Hands & Feet

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Moisturizing your hands and feet is a great way to make sure you have clean, dry skin for years to come. Find out about moisturizing your hands and feet with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm gonna show you how to moisturize the hands and the feet. So we have our hand right here, and we just put water on it, so we're gonna moisturize it. So, the key to moisturizing is to really put on a lotion that is thick enough to lock it in and just make sure that you go all over the surface, and almost extend it up. This time of year, it is the winter, so we need a little bit more moisture than we would normally. Palms of the hands are nice to moisturize as well, and also the divots and craps in between the webbing of the fingers. Now that you actually have a moisturizer on, since it's winter time, it's always great to go in with a layer of petroleum jelly if you feel like your skin needs a little bit of extra moisture lock. It's great, great, great for cracked skin and it'll prevent any of the parrabins floating around from infecting, or irritating the skin. Also prevents windburn. Do the same thing you did with the lotion with the petroleum jelly. And so we have a moisturized hand here, and you really would take the same necessary steps for the feet. If you really wanted to lock in that moisture for the feet because those do tend to be the driest because we are on our feet all day, then you could put the layer of petroleum jelly or moisturizer on your feet, and then put socks on when you go to sleep and it'll lock in that moisture. And, so, the next day, they'll be very, very healthy and moisturized. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how to moisturize your hand.


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