Taking care of your hands is crucial for maintaining healthy and youthful-looking skin, especially since our hands are exposed to many external factors that can lead to dryness, irritation, and even premature aging. At Vana, we believe that every step in your skincare routine should be focused on providing the best possible care for your skin. That's why we offer a range of hand care products that are designed to keep your hands soft, hydrated, and protected from external damage.
Our Hand Wash is not only effective in cleansing your hands, but it also enhances hydration while forming a protective layer to prevent dryness and cracking. Our Body Scrub contains natural lava powder, which delicately removes old skin texture and promotes healthy skin cell turnover. And our Hand Cream is rich in vitamins and proteins, providing the necessary nutrients for your skin, including rapeseed oil and shea butter, which have a moisturizing effect, bringing nourishment to the skin of your hands.
To give your hands the pampering they deserve, follow these easy steps:
Cleanse - Start by washing your hands with our Hand Wash to remove dirt, bacteria, and other impurities. Rinse with lukewarm water, as hot water can strip your skin of its natural oils and cause dryness.
Exfoliate - Use our Body Scrub to gently exfoliate your hands, removing dead skin cells and promoting healthy skin cell turnover. Rinse with lukewarm water.
Nourish - Apply a generous amount of our Hand Cream to your hands, massaging it in until fully absorbed. Pay special attention to dry areas, such as the cuticles and knuckles.
Protect - Apply a small amount of Vana's Hand Cream throughout the day to protect your hands from external elements such as harsh weather conditions, frequent hand washing and exposure to environmental irritants and keep your hands soft and hydrated.
By following this simple hand pampering routine, you'll not only keep your hands looking and feeling their best, but you'll also enjoy a moment of relaxation and self-care in your daily routine.