Skin and Body Advice for Nurses
If your hands are sore, split, chapped or even bleeding from the constant hand-washing that is a necessary part of a nurse’s life, don’t despair that you’ll never have soft hands again. That’s because a wide array of products and practical tips can help salvage even the roughest hands.
You may have little time to get ready before your shift, but you can still make your brows look terrific in minutes. Here are tips for finding your natural arch, then a 4-step guide to painless and perfectly tweezed brows.
Here are the hair and skin “must haves” that our readers recommend for their fellow nurses. We looked for: Ease of use (you’re in a hurry!), price, convenience (can I find it in a drugstore?), and quality.
We somehow give our automobiles the very best care, and ‘feed’ them the very best energy source – but we abuse the one and only body we have? It baffles me to this day. Remember: Garbage in = Garbage out.
How is it that you can start the day looking great, but by the time you glance in the mirror at the end of a shift, it seems you barely look like the same person? Here are recommendations for what makeup to buy, and how to apply!