You will need
  • soda;
  • - potassium permanganate;
  • - camphor alcohol;
  • - nettle;
  • - black currants;
  • - Valerian;
  • - hop cones;
  • - yarrow;
  • - the sage;
  • - St. John's wort;
  • - celandine;
  • - glycerin;
  • - lemon juice;
  • - starch or wheat flour;
  • milk.
Try to pinpoint the cause of the redness. Consult with specialists. Medically you will prescribe the necessary treatment.
If the hands turn red because of heart problems and circulatory disorders, in addition to medicines and vitamins, try doing contrast baths with hot and cold water, once or twice a day for five minutes (alternating should finish with cold water). In the water you can add soda (a teaspoon per liter of water), a few grains of potassium permanganate, and infusions of oak bark or wild cherry. After bath, RUB hands alcohol camphor or lemon juice, and then don't forget to apply the cream for dry skin.
To reduce the redness of the skin, you can also use the trays from the collection of such medicinal plants as nettle, black currant, Valerian, pharmacy chamomile, yarrow, sage, St. John's wort, celandine. From the dry leaves make a decoction, strain and prepare the tub with warm water (36-38 degrees). Hold in her hands for 7-10 minutes. Procedure is carried out through the day.
Redness on the hands may appear as an allergic reaction to some chemical substance through direct contact. It can be cosmetics, Soaps, detergents, plants, animal dander, house dust and even stress. To find out what exactly happened to cause such a reaction is possible, having handed over the analysis on allergens in the lab, and then, of course, have to exclude contacts with this substance, and possibly take antihistamines. But whatever allergen it was, try to strengthen your immune system.
The bath and hand masks are a good tool if your hands turn red from the cold. This is especially true if you've had frostbite of the hands. In this case, it is also important to wear gloves and use protective creams.
Try to also deal with the redness of the hands, lubricating them with a mixture of glycerin with lemon juice in equal parts. Useful masks for hands from grated potatoes (starch) or wheat flour, mixed with fresh milk.
Even better, if you regularly do massage with cream. All massage movements pass from the fingertips to the wrist. After applying the cream, RUB it in a circular motion; massage each finger separately on the outer side, and then on the side.
If redness of hands daily to do a variety of exercises that help improve blood flow. To do this, lean fingers and palms of the hands against the wall, pull, raise and lower hands, shake hands, turn the fingers, etc. in Each exercise, repeat several times.
Sometimes the cause of redness of the hands lies in the structure of the skin (if it is thin and gentle) or of hereditary predisposition. In this case, the best remedy is prevention, i.e. proper nutrition and skin care.