Your Hands Are a Dead Age Giveaway—Theses Hand Masks Will Help

When we hear the word "skincare," our minds naturally turn to our delicate facial skin. After all, nearly every cleanser, moisturizer, serum, and mask on the market has been formulated specifically for the face, neck, and décolletage. But when it comes to aging, your hands are just as prone to fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots as your face.

In fact, your hands are one of the first body parts to show signs of age, says board-certified dermatologist Kally Papantoniou, MD, FAAD. Hormonal changes coupled with frequent handwashing and sun exposure can lead to a loss of skin elasticity and volume on the back of our hands, plus fine lines, wrinkles, and prominent veins.

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In other words, your hardworking hands could use a little pampering. Enter hand masks—spa-like gloves designed to moisturize and soothe your delicate hand skin. Shop our favorite hand masks on the internet below.

Affordable Hand Masks



A trusted drugstore brand, Aveeno's take on the hand mask is enriched with prebiotic oat and shea butter. 

Dull, dry skin is revitalized with Mediheal's Theraffin Hand Mask. They exfoliate and provide instant hydration with ceramides, shea butter, and conditioning argan oil.

Bathe your dry, chapped hands in these emollient-rich gloves for 20-plus minutes, and you'll be good as new. 

This $6 buy is infused with collagen, shea butter, vitamin E, and 10 different plant extracts. 

Sephora's budget-friendly hand mask comes in two refreshing scents, cucumber and mango.

Formulated with collagen and shea butter, this K-beauty buy is top-rated on Amazon.

This $5 K-beauty hand mask is formulated with relaxing violet flower extract. 

These unique, patented hand masks nourish and repair dry hands. The serum contains shea butter and 16 botanical ingredients and oils to trap in moisture. Your hands will be left feeling rejuvenated, soft, and extra youthful.

One of the best-selling products at Revolve, this glove set promises reduced lines and wrinkles, plus ultra-moisturized skin. Put on a pair while watching your latest Netflix binge, and you're good to go. 

This coconut-infused hand and cuticle mask is packed with fatty acid–rich butters, antioxidant-rich vitamin E, and nourishing fruit extracts. 

A luxurious splurge, this high-tech waterless hand mask contains age-renewing actives and brightening ingredients.

Formulated with shea butter, jojoba oil, and Japanese camellia oil, Karuna's hand masks offer a plumping dose of hydration.

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Containing coconut oil, rose hip oil, shea butter, and avocado, these gloves will make your hands feel like they've gotten the full spa treatment in just 20 minutes.

These nutrient-rich gloves contain hyaluronic acid to promote cell regeneration, healing, and the retention of moisture.

At just $3 a hand, this lovely treatment helps to naturally firm, hydrate, and brighten dull skin.

These pretreated gloves work in just 20 minutes to help restore moisture to even the driest hands. 

Treat yourself to a mask a week for a month with this affordable four-pack of all-natural keratin gloves. 

This 15-minute intensive treatment was created to specifically target signs of aging. Pearl Extract brightens skin, leaving hands looking younger and feeling hydrated.

Infused with rose, collagen, and shea butter, this peel-off style mask leaves the hands baby soft all while gently exfoliating rough skin.

Treat your hands and cuticles with this ultra-nourishing mask set. Bonus: It comes with a sample foot mask, too. 

This energizing treatment features spearmint and tea tree oil to help soothe tired hands.

This hydrating hand mask promises to infuse even the driest skin with moisture and reduce the appearance of fine lines. 

Made with Thermo-Flo weave, these gloves help skin absorb and retain active oils to reveal younger, softer hands. Apply your favorite moisturizer and slip these on before bed to wake up for smoother-feeling hands. 

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This article was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.