For chapped hands or face: One ounce of glycerine, one ounce of alcohol mixed, then add eight ounces of rose-water.
Almond Paste for chapped Hands (which will preserve them smooth and white).
All servants love to get swollen knees, and chilblains and chapped hands.
I'm going to buy him a pair of wristlets, his wrists are so chapped.
How soft it is—being winter time, too—not chapped or rough or anything!
It is commonly sold as a lip-salve and as a healing application to abraded and chapped surfaces generally.
She pointed with a reddened, chapped, and dirty hand at the sovereign.
Her hands were bare, and Bronson saw that they were chapped and rough.
The first shepherd comes in complaining of the hard weather; his fingers are chapped, the storms blow from every quarter in turn.
A thorough washing in snow and soap will cure the worst case of chapped hands, and leave them beautifully soft.
1570s, "customer," short for obsolete chapman "purchaser, trader" (see cheap). Colloquial sense of "lad, fellow" is first attested 1716 (cf. slang tough customer).
"to crack," mid-15c., chappen (intransitive) "to split, burst open;" "cause to crack" (transitive); perhaps a variant of choppen (see chop (v.), and cf. strap/strop), or related to Middle Dutch kappen "to chop, cut," Danish kappe, Swedish kappa "to cut." Related: Chapped; chapping. The noun meaning "fissure in the skin" is from late 14c.
Having or relating to skin that is dry, scaly, and fissured, owing to excessive evaporation of moisture from the skin surface.
Angry; pissed off (1960s+)