For hands that do dishes…….

It has often been said, that one of the ways to tell a woman’s age is by looking at her hands. These multi-functional extremities are often neglected, and on the basis that they are almost permanently on show, is this a missed opportunity?

A few little tips to help hands hide those signs of aging are use a good hand cream daily;  some will help reduce age spots such as Clairns Hand and Nail Cream.   Always put suntan cream on the backs of your hands, something we often overlook when applying it to our bodies whilst on holiday.  Try and wear washing up gloves when doing the dishes, as emersion in hot soapy water has an intense drying effect. Also a manicure is a great way to pamper your hands, and keep your nails looking good, and even on short nails this will make all the difference.

crystal ring

Another good distraction is jewellery;  a large cocktail ring is sure to take away the focus, and we have found some fabulous Swarovski Crystal cocktail rings at the online fashion accessory store  Add a bit of  ‘Bling’ to your fingers with one of these gorgeous large square shaped cocktail rings with are sure to dazzle, whilst you’re holding your glass of wine or Pimms!  All eyes will be on your ring and will detract from your hands.

crystal ringsWe have also negotiated a special discount for Silversurfers visitors……  1o% discount off all orders placed on Whats About Town.  Simply use the code SILVER10 at the checkout, and this discount will appear in your shopping basket.  Click on the photo below to go directly to Whats About Town.

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Mother of three grown-up daughters I am the ultimate multi-tasker and am passionate about my role as Silversurfers Website Editor and Social Media Manager. Always on the lookout for all things that will interest and entertain our community. Fueling fun for the young at heart!

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