|Owee! on Jan 26, 2007 @ 11:57 pm|
All I can think of post moisturizing them is that spray on Band-aid stuff to keep the cuts clean and seal around the wounds... I hope it works for you! :o)
Ali de Bold
|This used to happen to me on Jan 27, 2007 @ 01:26 pm|
When I lived in Winnipeg my knuckles bled every winter from dryness. I don't have this problem in TO but I'm also constantly putting hand cream on. Use the BallBuster Artist ;) Carry it with you and see if that helps.
Scents Of Peace
|I'm thinking of an answer . . . on Feb 01, 2007 @ 05:16 pm|
Hey artist ! I'm working on an answer for you, but until then, read my follow-up on "Incredibly Dry Skin" it may help along with the other things you're trying !
Also if you work with a lot of paper, make sure you use a barrier cream, moisterizer, etc. because paper is VERY drying to the hands ;-) tina - scents of peace
|Thanks Tina! on Feb 03, 2007 @ 01:35 pm|
Thanks Tina, I read your follow up.
In terms of what I work with, I tend to work with oil mediums and dry powder paint pigments. yikes! I know. Now you can see why leads to the damage...
I always try to wear gloves though when working with them.