An artist creates their work with all different kinds of textures and bases. They mold with clay, paint with all different kinds of paints, oils and pencils. Working with these materials on a regular basis can affect the condition of your skin. There are a variety of products on the market that have proven to successfully protect an artist’s hands from getting messy and absorbing these chemicals.
Side Effects of Handling Art Materials
Working with art materials can have various effects on your skin. Here is an explanation of what to expect:
Before you start setting up for your next art project there are a few things you can do to help protect your skin.
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