The skin on our hands is one of the first places we age. This is because it’s so thin and delicate yet despite this, we give it a daily battering. When you actually think about it – you use our hands hundreds of times each day to perform almost all of the tasks you fulfil. You make your cup of coffee with them, clean the house with them, brush your children’s hair with them, wash your face with them, drive the car with them, cook with them, open and close with them. I could go on but you get the idea – we use our hands all day long. And with everyone washing their hands even more than usual during this pandemic I’d take a wild guess the skin on your hands is looking or feeling a bit stressed out – I’ll call it a metaphor for my mindstate! So ...
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