Monday, March 12, 2007

What about your elbows?

In winter the skin on the elbows often becomes coarse and rugged. But to solve this problem isn’t very difficult. For beginning spoil your elbows with warm bath with baking soda (1 table-spoon for 1 liter of water) and liquid soap or shower gel. Keep elbows in the bath for 10-15 minutes, and then dry them easily.

Now your elbows are ready for peeling. Put any peeling mass for face or for body, which you have. Massage every elbow for 2-3 minutes. Then wash elbows by warm water, dry and put any nutritious cream. You’d better to choose the cream with vitamins A and E.

To keep your elbows in the ideal condition in the future, use my grandmother’s recipe. Take one lemon, divide in half, and put an elbow into every half. Keep for 15-20 minutes, then rinse them with warm water and put cream. The skin will be soft and smooth. Repeat this procedure 2-4 times a month. In the evening you should use rich cream to care about elbows.