Bye-bye, hand wrinkles! Start implementing these easy treatments for wrinkle-free hands.

Lemon Juice And Sugar Scrub

A combination of lemon juice and sugar works brilliantly as a deep exfoliator. The lemon works to remove dark patches, age spots, and dirt that’s visible on your hands. The coarse sugar exfoliates and scrubs away dead skin cells, leaving your hands smoother and softer.

Milk Moisture

After using an exfoliator like the sugar scrub, you’re going to want to return essential moisture to your hands. Believe it or not, milk is great for conditioning!

Rich in moisture and full of antioxidants as well as fatty acids, milk helps rid your hands of wrinkles. Soak your hands for 15-20 minutes after using a natural scrub like the lemon/sugar combo.

Banana Pulp

Bananas are rich in many vitamins and minerals, making them perfect for fighting hand wrinkles. Apply a crushed banana to your hands and wait until the pulp dries, then rinse it off with warm water. Use banana pulp as a hand mask twice per week for the best results.

Pineapple Pulp, Too!

Pineapple pulp is booming with vitamin C. Just like with the bananas, apply and keep the pineapple pulp on your hands for 15-20 minutes. Rinse off with cool water.

Applying pineapple pulp onto your hands once every other day should result in smoother skin.

Olive Oil

Olive oil isn’t just for cooking! Before heading to bed at night, massage olive oil onto your hands. Put cotton gloves on over your oiled hands, and leave the gloves and oil on overnight. Rinse in the morning with warm water.

This treatment should leave your hands softer and more supple.

Rice Paste

Treat hand wrinkles with a rice mask. Prepare the mask by grinding rice powder and combining it with rose water and milk.

Apply the paste to your hands, leaving it until it dries. Once it’s dry, wash the paste off with lukewarm water. Your hands should instantly feel smooth and rejuvenated!

Aloe Vera

he aloe vera plant contains malic acid, an elasticity agent that can drastically reduce signs of wrinkles and aging.

Cut a leaf off of the plant and extract the gel by squeezing the leaf. Apply the extracted gel onto your hands and leave it for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water and pat the area dry afterward.

Cucumber Slices

Slice up a cucumber and dip each slice in a small amount of honey. Rub the honey-coated cucumber slices over your hands, focusing on the deepest and worst wrinkles. Massage for at least five minutes (the longer, the better!).

Carrot Paste

Carrots are high in vitamin A, which is great for preventing and treating wrinkles by speeding up collagen production. Here’s how you can make a carrot paste at home:

  • Boil 1-2 peeled carrots in water until soft
  • Place into a blender and blend until a paste is formed
  • Add a small amount of honey to the paste 
  • Apply the carrot and honey paste to your hands
  • Leave on for about 30 minutes
  • Rinse with warm water

Coconut Oil

You probably already know that coconut oil is a one-stop-shop miracle for skin and hair with countless benefits. This includes your hands! Warm coconut oil up and apply it to your hands in circular motions for around 10 minutes.

First and foremost, the massage should increase blood flow to your hands, promoting healthy skin and discouraging wrinkles. Additionally, the oil itself will deliver a huge dose of moisture to your hands.


Keeping your body hydrated provides each cell and tissue with what it needs to stay refreshed. Dehydration can cause brittle, weak, and thin skin which, in turn, creates wrinkles.

Aim to drink around 8 glasses of water per day—something we often forget.

Sun Protection

It should go without saying, but we can all use a friendly reminder. Apply sunscreen to your hands to avoid sunburn and wrinkles.

Rest & Relaxation

Here’s another freebie. By getting enough sleep each and every night, you can provide your body the time it needs to replenish itself and aid in your skin’s natural recovery process.