Tips for Chapped Hands & Peeling Nails

The holidays are a time of eating and celebrating! But with that comes lots of preparation including cooking, washing  produce, dishes, etc. Water is very damaging to hands and nails. It’s the number one cause of splitting, peeling nails and is linked to arthritis in the hands. Here are some easy, do-able tips to help keep your hands looking their best:

1.  Wear rubber gloves when washing produce, doing dishes, even laundry or house cleaning to protect and prevent peeling nails, or dry and chapped hands.

2. At night, before bed,  apply an antioxidant  lotion or  a peptide/antioxidant combination  onto hands. 

3. Next, coat hands with “unpetroleum jelly”, or  less costly solution, castor oil.  Then wear cotton gloves and leave on overnight.

Find rubber gloves, castor oil and cotton gloves at your local drug store.  Find some excellent hand moisturizers including SKINLASTING or RELASTYL in the “Hands” Section at  While you’re there, be sure to sign up for my FREE NEWSLETTER on the HOME page at my site. You’ll get the latest tips, free information and exclusive NEW, cutting-edge product alerts — all for discount prices. 

Tune in tommorrow for budget tips to help address chapped, cracked lips and my favorite, organic tinted lip gloss. Best, Louisa 🙂


About Beauty & Age-Proofing Empowerment Gal
Beauty and Age-Proofing Expert Louisa Maccan-Graves is the author of doctor-recommended book, “Hollywood Beauty Secrets: REMEDIES to the RESCUE”. Louisa was acknowledged in recent book, “Career Comeback”, by Springboard Press, as one of two TOP Rejuvenation Experts in Los Angeles, noting nine pages of her most popular age-proofing tips for women 35 . Louisa is a top Beauty & Age-Proofing Expert on TV, radio and live speaking events empowering women of all ages and budgets with her proven “Look & Feel Good” tips. As a top beauty expert in the media, Louisa has appeared on myriad TV shows including: The Doctors, Extra, Soap Talk, Star Daily, Eye on LA, Style Network, Discovery Channel, and on morning news shows more. View Louisa TV Sizzle reel here: Louisa addressed women's “head to toe” concerns with do-able, scientifically proven solutions that cost a fraction of the price of doctor treatments or costly department store brands. Louisa is often a regular guest expert on radio, having done over 500 interviews nationwide, including KIIS-FM, Hot 97 New York, WGN-Chicago, K-Earth Los Angeles, eHealthRadio, Aging Without Limits, and more. See TV & radio producer testimonials at Louisa’s healthy slimming tonic landed her on the cover of Woman’s World Magazine and her proven “Look & Feel Good” solutions have appeared on,, Toronto Star, The Boston Herald, Orange County Registrar, Britain’s Celebs on Sunday, and more. Louisa appeared in Dr. Drew Pinksy’s pilot as one of the chosen "experts" for his new show, announced in December 2010 on the Joy Behar Show, to air in the spring of 2011. Why is Louisa the Ultimate go-to “Look & Feel Good” Expert? Louisa is on the pulse of what women want. She has changed the lives of thousands of individuals worldwide to help them look and feel their best, no matter what their budget. Those she’s helped include: moms and baby boomers, teenagers, actresses, models, Hollywood make-up artists and their A-List Celebrity clients, executives, doctors, and even royalty -- using sensible, affordable and proven solutions. “I’ve spent years studying the science of beauty, rejuvenation and women’s health and have made it my life's mission to offer a variety of safe, doctor-approved solutions, that can help address women's “head to toe” beauty and aging challenges, without having to spend a fortune”, says Louisa.

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