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Monday, March 2, 2009

The Better Hand Healer


Spring is on it's way but did the cold weather leave your poor hands dry and chapped despite constant moisturizing? Don't worry because the solution is right there in your pantry. CRISCO! Just scoop a small dollop of the shortening onto your palms and rub in thoroughly. It provides a super strong barrier that traps in moisture and works better than other moisturizers. Crisco shortening contains four times more the amount of water molecules needed to protect skin.




THANK YOU Nicole!!!

16 comments :

Running mommy said...

My hands are so dry, they sometime start to bleed spontaneously! That's what you get from doing all the housework...

So, great tip! Thanks.

Mira said...

Yup my hands look older for my age due to constant washing. Thanks for the tip.

Kat said...

This is funny because I had a playdate a while back and we were making bird feeders and used crisco to stick the bird seed on to the pinecones. One of the other mom's said my hands are so soft now and I guess I didn't know how right she was. Thanks for the tip :)

Staci said...

I guess I should be thankful my hubby dropped Crisco in the sink today. By the time I was done cleaning, my hands were a little softer! Great tip!

LIFE,MARRIAGE AND KIDS said...

ill definitely try this one out. my hands are so dry that if i form a fist my hands bleed, specially the knuckles on my fingers. we have a lot if crisco in our pantry that hasnt been used. thanks a lot for this tip.

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Scott and Glenda said...

Now that is some awesome advice. I had no idea, nor did my wife. We will definitly be using this really cool tip, thanks.

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GAGAY said...

huhuhu! i missed FC here mommy liz..anyway, buti nga lng pala at walang spring thingy here..heheh! inde na kelangan magchoose ng more appropriate food every season..weheheh! *kuripot me*

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

You are one of my top droppers for February. Thank you so very much. :)

Wanda said...

Thanks for this tip. I certainly can use it for my dry hands.
Thank you too for the "link love" as one of your top droppers. I always enjoy coming to your blog to see what you have decided to post.
Take care and have a great day!

Zaidat said...

Thanks for the tip. Good ole unrefined shea butter does the trick for me.

Auntie E said...

Now I know I am not the only one with ultra dry hands. I will try this for sure. I have anything else. Good tip

PaulsHealthBlog.com said...

Maybe put the Crisco on your hands, then use socks to cover them. Go to bed at night, wake up in the morning, and you have a new set of soft hands!

Paul

Eat Well. Live Well.
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Furkidsmom said...

Thanks for the tip - Mom's going to try it!!

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

Rob said...

Wow, Great tip, would have never had known that. So you cook with Criso and use if for your hands. This is an all around product :)

beth said...

Great idea and so frugal.

 
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