Here are some quick and easy tips for the winter months. Your skin, hair and nails will continue to need moisture, and even more so once we turn the heat up in our homes to get the chill out of our bones. You may not want to venture out for a pedicure over the winter, but your feet will still need some TLC. The same will go for your hands. One great product is Salley Hansen's 18 Hour Protective Handcreme. First of all, it's a great value for the money and a little of this rich cream goes a long way! No need to buy a separate foot cream as this can be used on both hands and feet. Also, don't invest in another product for exfoliating. Just add two packets or teaspoons of table sugar to your cream and massage into hands and feet thoroughly. The sugar will gently, but effectively effoliate. Rinse hands and feet with a gentle soap and end with the very same moisturizer. You'll see the difference right away! If you want to deep condition your hair, look no further than your kitchen. Use a couple of teaspoons of olive oil once a week on dry hair before washing. Comb through and wrap head in a towel for 20 minutes. You really don't need to heat up the oil for the treatment to be effective. Wash and condition as usual and you will see the luster that is restored from this treatment. Brunettes really benefit from the olive oil, while blondes can use Safflower Oil instead to see highlights restored. For more great beauty tips, don't forget to come back every day and also visit www.emakeup.com!