How to make nails strong, healthy and looking beautiful

How to make nails strong, healthy and looking beautifulHow to make nails strong, healthy and looking beautiful - As a woman, I think modern women today are more likely to have unhealthy or health conditions that damage nails. 

Why? Modern women almost always have polish, acrylics, gels or additions stick all that hide the true state of nails, while at the same time give them a very pleasing appearance. 

In seeking to achieve beautiful nails, many women also ended up getting an infection that was severe and in some cases required amputation of a toe, hand, foot or foot.

So how can you ensure that your nails stay healthy and beautiful? Here are a few tips.

1. Cuticles 

Most infections happen to us to have manicures and pedicures are made as a result of the elimination of poor cuticle. The main objective of the cuticle to protect the bed inflammation and infections of the nails.

The proper way to remove the cuticles is first applied lotion to soften the cuticles cuticles after toenails soaking in hot water. Using a cuticle remover, gently push the cuticles. Once done pushed the cuticle will rise above the nail bed.

This is what we call the excess cuticle. Use clippers to trim excess cuticle. Do not remove the cuticles or pull to try to remove them and does not allow the beautician in the salon to remove the hard cuticle. If so, get out of bed and exposed nails susceptible to infection and inflammation. After cutting the excess cuticles, apply cuticle lotion or hand cream to keep your nails and cuticles soft and moist.

2. Food Requirements 

A diet rich in vitamin A, calcium and phosphorus helps prevent nails be dry and brittle. Foods rich in vitamin A include apricots, carrots and broccoli cheese. Foods rich in calcium are milk, yogurt, cheese and almonds. Carrot juice is rich in calcium and phosphorus. 

Hang nails are small flaps of skin that separates the cuticles. To prevent hangnails take foods rich in protein, folic acid and vitamin C. Spirulina algae are very good supplements that help make healthy and strong nails. 

A diet rich in vitamin B12, which is found in foods such as eggs, fish, liver, beef, oysters, can prevent nails from dryness, rounded nails, curved nails and the nails darkening. In general, a diet rich in raw fruits and vegetables will result in strong healthy nails, as these foods are rich in vitamins and minerals essential for nail growth and overall health.

3. Whether natural 

I know how much better looking nails gels, acrylics and accessories are attached; but what we do not know how much damage your nail plate. I'm not saying do not always have. All I say is not to make a habit. Occasionally it is not as bad. The best way to keep your nails healthy is to keep natural. 

Artificial nails and glue contain chemicals that may cause nail fungus infection. methacrylic acid used for the application of the acrylic acid is corrosive and therefore if used in excess may seep through the nail plate and damage the nail bed. 

Avoid nail polish through. Enamel leave them for at least a full week in a month to prevent discoloration. 

Avoid nail polish containing acetone or formaldehyde. It is preferable to use ethyl containing nail polish. While the nail polish is removed, use the least amount polish remover, then wash your nails with soap and water to remove all traces of enamel and cleaner. 

4. Keep your nails clean and short

Long nails may have been fashionable in the 80s and early 90s, but this has changed, and short nails are fashionable. Some women, however, as her long painted nails. 

Long nails are difficult to clean because hide a lot of dirt under them and are also prone to breakage. I am an African woman and it seems ridiculous for an African woman to have long fingernails, because in a given time or we have to do some housework, no matter how subtle. 

Long nails inhibit their ability to put their hand in full use in the performance of duties; at home or elsewhere. So keep fingernails short and clean. It is elegant, professional and fashionable. 

5. Hydrate and moisturize

As the skin needs plenty of water to stay hydrated and moisturized, so do nails. It is therefore very important to have at least 1 liter of water per day, but the recommended amount is 2 liters or 8 glasses. Let's face it; very few of us can manage it so that the first option is better than taking water.

To keep hydrated nails, invest in a softener cream / cuticle, such as lanolin and use it each time after using water for cleaning or other tasks. Also be sure to apply a lotion or hand cream before bed.

Now you know what to do to make beautiful nails. Be nice and share it with a friend.
By: Susan Aquila Mburu  

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