Best hand treatment after meal prep? I am sure that many of you are asking yourselves. Well we have seen the hype about how helpful it is to meal prep at the beginning of the week. Especially when you are trying to eat healthy, save money, or just to save time! While all of this is true, there is one ugly truth about meal prepping, at least in my house, that people don’t often talk about. That is how badly it can ruin your hands! I don’t know about you, but when I have little ones that need attention or help while I’m baking. So in between pre-making burgers, prepping chicken, and chopping vegetables, I have to wash my hands about a TRILLION times! After which my hands are beat up, dry, and feel awful.
So today I am going to share my secret weapon with you. It is the BEST hand treatment after meal prepping that you can find. Plus its made not only with all natural ingredients, but things straight out of your kitchen! And its super simple to make.
Here Is What You Need for the Best Hand Treatment after Meal Prep?
Sugar is an abrasive material that helps to scrub away all the leftover meat, grease, or cookie dough that might be left on your hands.
This lovely product is wonderful and provides antioxidant protection, and has anti-aging properties. Plus it makes your skin hold in moisture like you wouldn’t believe!
Aside from being wonderfully aromatic, lemons have anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
Similar to lemons, rosemary has a great aroma and also contains anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
Best Hand Treatment after Meal Prep
|Prep time||10 minutes|
- 1 cup Granulated Sugar
- 2 tablespoons Olive Oil
- 1 Zest Lemon
- juice of 1/2 a Lemon
- 2 sprigs Rosemary
This is not a product for consumption, it is to be used after handling food products and meats prior to washing your hands with soap and water. It is great at removing grease, fat, grime or even dirt from your hands. However all ingredients are baking ingredients and non toxic if consumed.
|Pour the sugar into a medium bowl.|
|Grate lemon zest into the bowl of sugar.|
|Mix in the lemon juice and oil.|
|Remove the rosemary leaves from the sprig. Chop the leaves. Mix the chopped leaves into the mixture.|
|Put into an airtight jar and enjoy!|
So there you have it ladies and gentlemen! My secret weapon to cutting through the grease and stickiness from of baking all day, while keeping my hands looking young and feeling great! I would recommend keeping it by your sink and using it any time you have handled any kind of gooey, greasy, or even dirty mess and can be used before and/or after soap and water. Thank you and I hope you enjoy it!