Just thought you might get a kick out of what they thought was to be done in 1962 on hand care..
Any women can take this advice given to young actresses: unless you really like how your hands take a look these tips to help them get back to looking pretty. Besides, pretty hands that are getting good care tend to get noticed.
Neglected hands we hide whenever possible and soon we get the notion that they are just simply hopeless. Hand cream or lotion does smooth, soothe and soften. We can use it regularly to keep our hands soft.
Other tips include avoid extremely hot or extremely cold water when doing house work where our hands are in water for long periods of time.
After using soap rinse your hands well and dry carefully. Halfway rinsing and drying are common causes of chapping.
Remove dirt and other skin irritants promptly. And wear work gloves for chores that are otherwise likely to get your hands so dirty they will need a scrubbing.
If your fingers become stained, a piece of lemon rubbed over the stains helps bleach them.
Nail care counts. Nails that are strong with a sturdy polish job and coated with a durable sealer are less likely to break than nails without polish. Reseal the tips daily. And simply tips like this can help your nails possibly grow again.
If your curl your fingers around things to clasp them, you are less like to strike nails against hard surfaces and break them.
In 1962 your hands were never to look like you did anything but sit around drink tea and eat bons bons. Pretty hands that never did any work .. wow what happen??