Women's Hands Reveal Their True Age

Men grow cold as girls grow old, but diamonds are a girl’s best friend… or perhaps GLOVES are a woman’s best friend past a certain age! The derogatory terms banded about when describing a woman’s aged hands can be as graphic as “like a silk bag of snakes” or the old classic “fingers like a tortoise’s neck” Either way, there are two options – take and revel in the wisdom and serenity that apparently comes with age, or embark upon a regime of improvement that can include non-surgical treatments such as lasers or chemical peels (to reduce the appearance of age spots)

But is all that fuss necessary? Back in 2006 the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) issued findings concerning a study during which participants were asked to examine un-changed photographs of women’s hands and asses their ages by decade. The study showed that in the majority of cases participants successfully identified the correct decade age group.

Sometimes cultural divides are prevalent in odd circumstances, one of which is women’s body skin care. Japanese women have, for decades, been swayed towards a predilection for lighter skin tone, fewer freckles and fewer wrinkles. Some way ahead of the UK, driving gloves, sun hats, parasols and intense sunscreen products are a shared commonality amongst teenage girls through to seventy-year-old grandmothers.

Despite the notion of hand-based cosmetic surgery being a relatively uncommon practice, (particularly in the UK) expert advice is not thin on the ground. Lifelong skin care routines (such as those of Japanese women) that include daily application of sunscreen and fullness-boosting skin care products are what today’s young women should be investing in.

Nail care needn’t be left out when considering the best hand care routine. Calcium-rich serums and varnishes help whiten and strengthen nails, presenting a natural nail care solution alternative to extensions.



Source by Wilkinson Smith

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