Hand-Nourishing Scrub

Hand-Nourishing Scrub
Hand-Nourishing Scrub

Would you like to offer home care to your hands? Discover the recipe for our sugar and honey scrub, to remove the dead cells that dot them while nourishing the epidermis!
Sugar, Honey, and Olive Oil Hand Scrub: Homemade Recipe

Goddamn it! You’re sick of those varnishes that peel after two days! You want to wear a glamorous manicure with a long life. That’s why you invested in a SensatioNail Semi-Permanent Varnish Kit. But since winter settled in, your hands are suffering. They are dry, your nails are overlapping… In this state, it is impossible to apply your manicure, hoping for a slightly elegant rendering. Don’t panic, your beauty advisor Lucette always has a few tips at hand to help you be sublime in all circumstances. Here is the recipe for an ultra-nourishing homemade scrub.

Meet me in your kitchen. Gather a tablespoon of olive oil, a tablespoon of brown sugar (preferably coarse), a teaspoon of thick honey and a teaspoon of lemon juice.

Step 1

Start by mixing the honey and olive oil in a bowl until the mixture is smooth.

Step 2

Add the lemon juice and sugar and stir again. You need to get a sticky texture but not liquid.

Step 3

Apply a hazelnut of this homemade scrub to your hands. Massage your skin by making circular movements -this helps stimulate blood circulation and speed up skin regeneration. Emphasize the cuticles.

Step 4

After a 10-minute massage, rinse your hands in warm water without applying soap. Dry them by tapping with a towel.

Step 5

For beautiful hands up to the fingernails, opt for a rather dark and opaque varnish. It will enhance your hands during this winter period.

Promised thing: you can make your semi-permanent manicure on pretty hands, free of dead skin and dryness!

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