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bitofabelly Wed 22-Mar-17 14:34:44

Anyone want to guess my age from my hands...I need help...urgently

HiMyNameIsUnknown Wed 22-Mar-17 14:40:18

I think your hands look dry so could be of any age. Do you regularly moisturise them? My hands get very dry particularly in the winter months

troodiedoo Wed 22-Mar-17 14:45:45

I'm 37 and my hands look exactly the same. Trying to remember to apply hand cream as much as possible, it's such a faff though.

troodiedoo Wed 22-Mar-17 14:46:43

Cotton gloves over a thick layer of cream at night should help.

Eliza22 Wed 22-Mar-17 18:09:29

No idea but at a guess... 55?

Skinfulnappies46 Wed 22-Mar-17 19:00:16

Also sunscreen daily x

bitofabelly Wed 22-Mar-17 21:43:41

Thanks....41...not 55 confusedconfusedconfusedconfused...hand cream just doesn't seem to last any length of time.

Liska Wed 22-Mar-17 21:53:24

Belly I would have guessed early 40s. I would also suggest heavy duty handcream, especially at night, but also always wear rubber gloves for washing dishes/cleaning, and (as I once read), "always wear gloves outdoors from October until May". May might be pushing it tbh but it's mostly valid.

leccybill Thu 23-Mar-17 09:14:29

Oh, I've got old lady hands too. They've always been spindly and wrinkly sad

Lululooselips Thu 23-Mar-17 09:59:40

Loccitane hand balm (the new one in cream tube) overnight with cotton gloves and hand scrub once or twice a week is working wonders for my hands.
Mine went old ladyish when I moved to a cold country a few months ago but this routine has helped massively

Eliza22 Thu 23-Mar-17 16:56:15

Ah sorry about that. I'm sure it's reversible, with plenty of hand cream. Keep a tub at every basin and always last thing at night. They'll be love,y in no time. I'm 55 and mine look a bit like yours. I MUST remember rubber gloves too!

BigFatHairyOrangutan Thu 23-Mar-17 17:57:53

Mine are the same, too much hand washing! The best cream i have found is Aveeno skin relief hand cream

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