Is your skin super dry from all the hand-washing? These pantry items can help
What do olive oil, corn meal and raw sugar have in common? No, they’re not the first three ingredients to an amazing baking recipe. They are all things that can help repair your dry hands, especially if you’ve been washing them a lot more than usual, considering the coronavirus pandemic. Jordan says that using normal lotion will give you some relief, but there are many treatments you can do on your hands (or any dry skin on your body) with items that you probably have at home right now. You can watch the latest episode of StyleWise above -- and make sure you subscribe to see new StyleWise videos regularly.
Need a mask? Here are some ways to make your own
The face coverings are required whenever anyone goes out into public and when working close to others. University Health System has released some instructions and patterns that were designed and tested by a team of UHS surgeons, nurses and engineers. KSAT also did a story about the chief executive nurse at University Health System who designed a mask with 99.5% filtration efficiency. Actor Matthew McConaughey has demonstrated how to make face mask with a bandana and a coffee filter. Here are some other important things to consider when making a homemade mask.