Body Balm: Intense Healing Hand Balm
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Look at your hard-working hands. The skin on your palms is thick and lacks hair. No hair follicles means no sebaceous (oil glands). The skin on the back of your hand is very thin with little fatty tissue and very few hairs.
The thick skin on the soles of your overworked feet also lacks sebaceous glands. Feet are naturally dryer than other areas making them more prone to dryness and cracking. What should you do?
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