Soft, supple hands

Our hands also deserve special attention. They are always visible and constantly in use, exposed to a number of aggressive factors. Moisturizing, rejuvenating and protecting creams on a base of natural herbs are vitally important for keeping them healthy and soft.

Soft, supple hands

+ Protecting the hands against daily external, aggressive factors –detergents, chemicals, harsh surfaces, wind, sun and salt water– it's important to use gloves to protect the hands when cleaning or doing other manual tasks. Use protective creams to protect the hands from dangerous aggressors and use repairing lotions when they've suffered from damage.


Excellent treatment to keep the nails healthy and strong. Submerge your fingertips in this infusion in the morning and at night for 15 minutes.

Bath for Your Nails

Place the horsetail and dill seeds in a ceramic bowl, cover with boiling water and leave to sit over night. Filter with a linen cloth. Store in a glass bottle in the refrigerator. (Keeps for more than 7 days).


This cream is recommended for dry hands. With a small amount you can moisturize and soothe the skin, giving your hands a smooth texture. Melt the bees wax with the glycerin in a saucepan. When the mixture has melted into a liquid, add the wheat germ oil, and jojoba, almond and olive oils, blue elderberry water and lemon juice. Take off the stove and rapidly stir until the mixture has a creamy texture. Keep in a jar or sterilized bottle with hermetic cap.

Moisturizing Cream


To care of the hands, keeping them soft, smooth and moisturized.

  1. 5 tablespoons of lanolin anhydrous
  2. 3 teaspoons of glycerin
  3. 1 teaspoon of bees wax
  4. 4 tablespoons of cardamom oil
  5. 2 tablespoons of herb Louisa (Let sit over night 3 teaspoons of dried herb Louisa and 1 cup of boiling water and then filter with a linen cloth)
  6. 1 teaspoon of lemon juice

In a saucepan over low heat, melt the lanolin anhydrous, glycerin and beeswax. When they have melted into a liquid add the cardamom oil and herb water. Stir the mixture until the ingredients bind together. Take off the stove and add the lemon juice, blending until the mixture has cooled. Store in a sterilized jar with a hermetic cap.

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