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THE HANDS





Category: Beauty

One of the woman's continuous tasks is trying to keep her
hands clean, and one thing that militates against their good looks is
careless washing. They are washed indiscriminately in hot or cold water,
the soap not properly rinsed off, nor the drying complete. To keep them
soft and white, wash in soft, tepid water, dry thoroughly, then rub in a
little cold cream or compound of glycerin, or fine cornmeal. Use rubber
gloves in dish washing, and if you must have your hands in soapy water for
a long time, after washing them in pure water rub over with a few drops of
lemon juice or cider vinegar. This kills the potash in the soap that has
been used.





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