Healthy skin cells possess an intact protective acid mantle. But the skin of the hands is especially exposed and requires particular protection. Through constant contact with microorganisms, the very fine subcutaneous tissue of the hands quickly loses elasticity. This is why cell changes, such as discoloration of the skin and pigmentation marks, occur much more frequently on the hands. They need special care and nutrients appropriate to the requirements of the skin cells in order to retain their health, resilience and beauty.
The skin relearns what it has forgotten.