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Hands Dry And Hard






Source: Papers On Health

Pack the hands in SOAP LATHER (see) mixed with
a little fine olive oil. The soap must be finely lathered with a brush,
not melted. Pure soft water, never too hot nor too cold, should be
used, and the hands thoroughly dried after washing. See Chapped
Hands.





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