How many poets have devoted their work to the theme of women’s hands! They are caring, hard-working, skilled, warm, native…
But each of us would like them to be young and well-groomed. But our hands in everyday life sometimes have a hard time. Even in the civilized world, where our life is simplified as much as possible, the skin of the hands first of all experiences the aggression of environmental factors: frost, wind, excessive insolation, chemicals, etc.
We care more about the face, neck, and decollete than about the hands, although they are several times more likely to be exposed to harmful environmental factors. Continue reading