ValueRays® USB Hand Warmers - Infrared Heaters - The Healthy Way to Use the Computer!

HOME | PRODUCTS | CONTACT US | COUPONS | TESTIMONIALS | SUBSCRIBE

pink computer mouse, pink warm mouse, warm mouse, heated mouse, warm mouse III, heated computer mouse, warm computer mouse, pink mouse, pink heated mouse, infrared heated mouse, usb pink mouse, usb heated mouse, usb warm mouse, valuerays warm mouse

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Hand Care

My mouse hand gets too cold! What can I do? CLICK HERE.






By Kelley O'Neal

Well-groomed hands make a great first impression.

Don't be embarrassed to get a professional manicure once a month or so. It's perfectly masculine and more men are doing this everyday. They know how important it is to have soft and smooth hands for that first meeting or intimate moment.

If you think you're too manly for a MAN-icure then there are steps for doing this yourself in the privacy of your own home.

1. Start by soaking your hands in warm water to soften the nails and cuticles and lock in moisture.

2. Using a metal file, clean beneath the nail to remove the dirt from the day (or days).

3. Trim the nails starting in the middle then rounding off the sides. Leave a thin white strip of nail at the end.

4. Smooth the edges of the nail by using a file. Make sure to go in one direction and not in a sawing motion.

5. Gently push back the cuticle on each nail (if you're not sure what this is, ask a woman) using a cuticle stick.

6. Massage in some hand cream. We recommend Jack Black's Industrial Hand Healer. This rich, non-greasy, long-lasting formula provides intense healing benefits. Road tested by guys who work with their hands - chefs, doctors, golfers and carpenters.

Since hands have the fewest and smallest oil glands, they tend to get the driest of any part of your body. So take care them since they'll be doing most of the "leg work" for you.

Labels: , , ,

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home