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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY i think she would see there is a logical
They say a woman's hands-land
arms show age much' quicker th.an
her face, and if a-.waman-.stpppedto
reason for this.
Most womfen wash their hands too
much and their-elbows too little.
One cannot -expect to have nice
hands ifone washes all the natural
life" out of" the skin and never puts
any creani or bjl on them.
For many years, I have given my
hands a bath in warm olive oil about
once in ten days. Heat about a pint
of oil as hot as you can bear your
hands in it ,,.
This is not ,as" expensive as it
sounds, as the dirt" that comes off
your hands will sink to the bottom
of the bowl' asthe oil cools and it
can belusedTover and over again.
Wash'ia'nd 'rub your hands in the
. oil ,untiL.itJs thoroughly cold. Rub
around all. the joints and especially
about the nails. Then, with a wring
ing method rub. the: -arms to the elbow
and grye youp elbow at least ten min-
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utes' massage with the oil. Never
put anything but vegetable oils on
your arms as any other has a tenden
cy to grow hair.
It is quite unnecessary to describe
the methods and to manicure one's
nails, but if you have a tendency to
bite your nails a visit to the mani
cure's once a week is money well
Personally, having a short, plump
hand, I like my nails filed to a dulL
point; and XJike a bright polish, TW
L--. . ,.iafe.

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