Tips to repair damaged nails

  1. 2 years ago

    robby

    19 Feb 2015 Administrator

    1. Soak nails in olive oil
    For weak, thin nails, soak them in extra virgin olive oil 10-15 minutes a day for a month, then twice a week thereafter. This inexpensive home beauty treatment will help fortify damaged, weak or peeling nails.
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    2. Use a cuticle cream
    A soothing cuticle cream like Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme helps nourish dry cuticles and brittle, damaged nails with vitamin E. Massage the cream into and around your nails nightly before going to bed.
    3. Wear gloves for chores
    When doing the dishes, cleaning and gardening, wear gloves. Detergents and cleansers are harsh on your fingernails, causing drying, spitting and peeling. Soil and gardening can also cause damage to your nails.
    4. Eat biotin-rich foods
    Make sure your diet features foods rich in biotin, such as liver, cooked eggs, whole grains, cauliflower and avocado, among others. In addition to other health benefits, biotin can help strengthen and thicken nails. You can also take a biotin supplement, if necessary.
    5. Avoid nail polish remover
    Don't use nail polish remover more than once or twice a month, if possible. And never use a nail polish remover that contains acetone, which can dry and damage nails.
    6. Massage your nails
    Massaging your fingernails stimulates blood flow to the area, helping them grow longer and stronger. Use a moisturizing lotion and massage hands, cuticles and the nails themselves. Also, get into the habit of applying lotion immediately after washing your hands.

  2. i never do massage for my nails.. maybe it would help for them.. ok I will try message with olive oil:)

  3. Hm.. I haven't known that nail polish remover can demage my nails..

  4. it can really polish remover can damage nails?? I dont believe

  5. robby

    20 Feb 2015 Administrator

    Yes, it can, because acetone- main ingredient of polish remover, is very aggressive material.

  6. Ok, I will try to reduce using it per month..

  7. I dont use nail polish, so I cant say nothing about it, but I believe that yea, nail polish remover as own nail polish can damage your nails if you use it long time

  8. nail polish, nail polish remover, all these things are not good, so I think that olive oil would really refresh our nails

  9. my nails are not in danger at all, because I take care tem very much, also hands skin, but the best way for nails as and for skin is constant skin balance of humidity

 

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