This pick features pomegranate pith enzymes, which gently exfoliate skin and encourage the replacement of dead cells. Silver ear mushroom is said to provide intense hydration. “Start at the knuckles, where skin tends to be the most dry, and apply to the entire back of the hand toward the wrist," says Gilmore.
These foil mitts use warming technology and a rich reparative cream to strengthen nails, soften cuticles, and prevent hangnails. The blend also contains proteins and oils which are purported to nourish and rehydrate all over.
You can reuse these mittens three to five times; they release their serum supply as you apply pressure. Marine extracts are said to minimize fine lines and boost collagen production, peptides reduce dark spots and signs of aging, and shea butter preserves moisture.
Though this mask was created for the face, Gilmore highly recommends it for the hands as well. Algae, white tea, and resveratrol are said to reduce redness—a common issue for hands after the winter months. Hyaluronic acid and peptides provide smoothness and can decrease lines and wrinkles.