Dry skin elbows
The elbows are an area of the body where dry skin is prone to occur. We use our elbows as rests for the entire arm when we sit down at our desk at work. We lean on our hands while pushing our elbows into the table or sofa when we’re tired of thinking deeply about something. Our elbows are for the large part never really contract fully. Ask yourself how many tricep stretches do you do a day? Only your arm is fully bent, then you will never be stretching the skin on your elbows fully and allowing new blood to flow through the skin. Hence why it's dry most of the time. The key is to use an ointment moisturizer not a cream. The elbows are thick-skinned and cream will only penetrate to a shallow level. Ointments are thicker and can sink deeper into the skin cells to avoid pale patches of dry skin.
Overworked and underpaid
The hands are the most used part of our bodies. Without them we simply couldn’t function the way we do and yet we don’t really consider them as an important part of the beauty routine. Hence why sometimes it is too late and wrinkles or saggy skin has already formed all over the back of your hands. For that there is Restylane Lyft hand rejuvenation which work to plump up the skin, push out wrinkles and loose skin and make the hands look younger. On the other hand you may want to use a coconut milk wash for your hands. The milk is again a thicker substance than cream and it's natural. Creams are usually whipped or mixed with water for their texture, but milk is natural liquid and grown in the coconut.
Wherever there is an abundance of skin it's there because it's going to be needed when the skin is extended. When you are gripping something the hand looks smooth but when you stretch out your fingers, that’s when the traffic jam of skin can be seen.