Why do the wrinkles fall on the fingers after taking a bath?
Often bathing or staying in the water for a long time causes the fingers of our hands and feet to shrink and cause wrinkles to appear. It is generally believed that if our skin stays in the water for too long, it absorbs water inside and causes our skin to swell, But that’s not the case. In fact, the wrinkles that appear on our toes for longer stay in the water are due to the Auto Numis Nervous System (ANS). If our fingers stay in the water for too long, their pulp volume decreases and the wrinkles appear. You do not have to worry about these wrinkles as their presence shows that your ANS system is working correctly. If wrinkles appear on the toes of your hands, it means you have the ability to hold things in your hand as well.