Nails is a really important part in hand, and it’s give a magic add to its look, some girls love keep they nails long and some others like short, like some girls love color they nails and some others love them to look naturally , all this details is depend to the girl, but the common thing between all this option is a clean and strong nails, so in this article we will see some magic tips for strengthen your nails.
Follow these tips to keep your fingertips strong and beautiful, because
1. Avoid Overexposure to Water
Don't expose nails to household cleansers or harsh chemicals. Even prolonged exposure to fresh water can, paradoxically, dry out your nails and hands. If you spend a lot of time with your hands in water, make sure you protect your hands with gloves wherever possible. Apply hand lotion after every time you wash or wet your hands.
2. Don’t nibble or use nails as tools
It really does affect their strength over the long term. You’re not only chomping the nails off with your teeth, you’re also exposing the nails to the water in your saliva over and over again, which, as noted above, really dries out the nails. If you must peel off a sticker, unscrew a screw, or remove a splinter, use a tool, not your nails. Repeated exposure to stress can cause the nails to split, tear or peel Find a way to break the habits
3. Drink lots of water
Water is nature's magic elixir. Brittle nails, like dull hair and dry skin, start with dehydration. You will eliminate the problem at its root by supplementing any other nail care with a good 2 liter bottle of water (at least) every day.
4. Moisturize your hands regularly
Your hands need hydrating inside and out and your moisturizing potion of choice will take care of the outside the way water takes care of the inside. Hand cream, olive oil, moisturizing mask, nail cream... Whatever you prefer, do it often
5. Massage your nails
Massage stimulates the blood flow in your nails just as it does in every other part of your body, which keeps them growing and healthy.
6. Don’t cut your cuticles
Unless you’re a trained nail tech, you can cause more harm than good because cuticles form barrier that protects the nail. Instead, apply a cuticle remover to soften and dissolve dry, overgrown cuticles. Then use a soft-tipped cuticle pusher to gently push back the cuticles.
As a supplement to good nail care (leaving them unbitten, gentle shaping, regular moisturizing), you should use quality non-toxic nail treatment formulas to grow, harden, repair, and protect your natural nails. Choose formulas like those from Nail-Aid that are made without toxic and irritating formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate.
So try it ladies and share with me your results and our problems.