This home treatment is for hands damaged by dermatitis caused by cement, chemicals, abrasive soaps, sun, and other sources that can damage hands-on contact.
Home treatment for damaged hands with contact dermatitis
- Pour a handful of dandelion into a liter of boiling water.
- Cover, allow cooling, and filter.
- Soak a cotton cloth with this infusion and place it on the affected areas for a few minutes.
This will soothe you at first, but you also need to stay hydrated to regenerate your natural collagen. After the dandelion infusion, moisturize your hands with a moisturizing pack:
- Requires a mixing bowl, saucepan, and bandages.
- You should plan an hour and a half for the preparation and execution of the lap.
- Will need help from another person to wrap your hands with the bandages.
Ingredients for the bandage wrap
- 1 cup of dry ingredients (flour, granulated sugar, or cornstarch).
- Clay: 2 cups. Choose the right clay for your skin type.
- Salt: 1/4 cup. Grain sea salt is recommended because it is rich in minerals.
- Herbs: 1/4 cup. Choose your favorite combination of herbs.
- Once the herbs are selected, grind them in a food processor.
If you choose 1 cup apple cider vinegar, use 1/4 cup distilled water. Other nutrients you can use are floral water, fruit juices, lemon juice, cucumber puree, oatmeal, aloe vera, and argan oil.
Essential oil: 1%. Oils of basil, cedarwood, cypress, lavender, lemon, patchouli, and rosemary are used to fight cellulite and detoxify the body.
Hand wraps how to do it
- Take a hot shower beforehand to open the pores.
- Drinking plenty of water before and after will help you flush out toxins and decrease fat.
- Choose a warm room or turn on the heater so the mixture doesn’t lose too much heat.
- Brush the skin with an exfoliating sponge to remove dirt (don’t scrub too hard).
- Boil 1/4 liter of distilled water, add the ingredients, and let stand for 15 minutes.
- Wait until the mixture is comfortable to the touch.