Many of us do not have time to make weekly trips to the manicurist. Because of that, sometimes our nails do not grow right, or don’t grow at all. We’ve all heard about the miracles of prenatal vitamins, but are they true? Is there actually anything you can take or eat to get long, strong nails and are some of us doomed to brittle, pathetic nails for life?
The solution to perfect nails is all in the routine. When you are removing nail polish, use an acetone-free nail remover. It is gentler and does not remove the moisture in your nails.
Filing nails is something that most of us constantly do. Cutepolish suggests using a crystal nail file. They reduce the chipping and peeling and finishes off with a polished look. Remember when filing, always go in one direction.
Cuticle care plays a significant role in the health of your nails. They provide a protective cover for the tissue that grows new cells that build the nails. The best kept secret is the Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter cuticle cream. It is great for retaining moisture and prevents the nail from breaking. Soften cuticles daily but push them back weekly.
O.P.I avojuice is superb hand cream and when cleaning use hand gloves. If you have an issue with nail polish stains, buff away and immerse nails in a bowl with Bubble While nail cleanser and water.
Finally, use a base coat to prevent staining and to harden nail. You’ll have yourself a set of beautiful, soft hands and strong nails in no time!
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