Who doesn't want a clean and polished house? For Passover, the masses of the House of Israel are putting out the most innovative and effective cleaning materials, raising every available family member, and everything to get ready in time for the holiday. But even before the Tishrei holidays and just so, before the Sabbath comes in, for example - we Israelis are ready to do much to live in a clean and fresh environment. But to her and a thorn in it - the same materials that are effective in fighting dirt can damage your palms.
Why is this happening?
Frequent use of water, soap, and detergents damages the layer of fat that protects the skin and can cause moisture loss from its inner layers. As you know, the skin is made up of three layers:
- Outer layer Epidermis
- Dermis Tissue
- Hypodermic subcutaneous layer, which is fatty tissue (Hypodermis or Subcutaneous Fat)
Among other things, the skin acts as a barrier (barrier) against bacteria, irritants, and the environment. It is also responsible for the balance of fluids and salts (electrolytes), regulates body heat, and contains nerves to identify pain and heat or cold. The epidermal layer has a significant role in protecting the skin structure and its various functions. Damage to the epidermal layer can be manifested by redness, shrinkage of the skin, itching or itching, and even cracks that damage its integrity.
How to protect palms?
- When you are doing the cleaning operations, you will be treated with water, apply a hand cream that protects the skin, moisturizes, and restores it.
- Try to avoid using very hot water.
- Keep a cream tube in an accessible place and wash your hands several times a day.
- Avoid using alcohol-containing preparations.
- Clean your nails after a day of running underwater cleaning with soap and a small brush to remove any dirt that has accumulated in the space between them and the skin.
- Try to wear gloves while cleaning.