Perfect Hands Kit Prelude 7


Classes are now in the last push for finals for me here in Beijing. I am loving my classes and all that I am learning. I have been so busy it is incredible. We write the Chinese characters over and over and over again. I probably write over two thousand characters in a day! No wonder my hand is so tired.  

I have noticed that with my hands being in contact with paper all of the time, they are really dry, rough and almost scaly. Over the next week I wanted to create a hand repair kit for those who want soft, smooth hands. I know I do! Come join me for the perfect hand repair kit!

 

In this series we will be making a scrub, warm hand treatment, ultralight lotion and a cuticle cream. The goal is to create a kit that will achieve the perfect hands. Don’t miss out on this next week. You will love what will be featured!

Taylor

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I'm a twenty something happy, animal loving, curious experimenter. I love reaching back into history and trying old recipes for cosmetics or foods. I'm constantly asking "Why?" My curiosity has me trying new things. I love taking walks with my dog as well as staying at home to cuddle with the dog and my cats. Some of my favorite scents include Hinoki Wood, Rose Garden, Jasmine and Gladiator.


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7 thoughts on “Perfect Hands Kit Prelude

  • Jennifer Gale

    Oooh, looking forward to this! I work in a print shop, so I know what you mean about paper and hands. Paper (and cardboard!) just suck any moisture out, and when you’re handling that much paper, you have to be careful that the lotion/cream you use isn’t greasy, or it’ll mark up the paper and foul up the printers.

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  • caren

    Ooooh, looking forward to it. Seems like I wash my hands thousands of times per day with babysitting my grandkids. I hate to wear gloves when washing dishes so that is another strike against my hands, so I will be my own guinea pig!!!

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  • Xenia

    Just in time for winter! It would be great to not get any cracked, bleeding knuckles this winter. Let’s go!

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  • Wanda

    Why are you in China studying. It’s exciting to be in a culture that is 1000’s of years old isn’t it. We suddenly realize how young our country the good old USA really is. Or at least for most of Americans its young the Native Americans know how old the soil is here buy for most of us it’s very young. I spent 4 of the best years of my life in the Far East Japan. Loving every minute of it and I didn’t want to come back to the USA when I did and I would go back to Japan in a New York minute if I could. Earth Quakes and all.

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    • Taylor Post author

      I am here studying Chinese language. I couldn’t develop good Chinese in a place that uses English everywhere, including at the grocery store. I must say that it has been quite an adventure. I would agree. The States doesn’t have the recorded history that China, Japan and many other countries have. I am now in a land that is steeped in culture and tradition that has several thousand years in the making.

      I would also agree. I am loving every minute of it. It seems that my return plane ticket will be handed to me well before I am ready to leave. There is just so much to do and learn here.

      What did you do in Japan? Isn’t it amazing how new it all seems just to step out your front door? I feel like I see things everyday I have never noticed before. I find it astounding, particularly how quickly such a big city grows and changes. (Especially when you consider what a small town girl I am.)

      Best,

      Taylor

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