3 Signs You Need An Anti-Aging Hand Cream
Crepe skin—or delicate skin with fine lines that look like crepe paper—is caused by the thinning of the skin with age. We can attribute the decrease in collagen and elastin to its appearance, as well as lack of moisture. One of the most common areas where people experience sticky skin is the back of their hands.
One of the most important steps to improving the appearance of firm skin? Hydration Saturation of the skin with moisture can fill the skin. So instead of a crepe look, it will look elastic, soft and smooth. Look for hand creams with moisturizers like aloe vera, shea butter, squalane, and peptides.
In addition to moisturizing, you should also protect your collagen layer with antioxidants. Antioxidants ease inflammation and free radical damage that depletes your collagen. We like coenzyme Q10, vitamin C, vitamin E, or plant oils and extracts.