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January 08, 2013

Healthy Nail's

    Just like our skin, nails can also dry, peel, break, and become infected.Winter's dry air can effect our nails.With little effort we can make our nails healthy.


  • Keep your body hydrated by drinking lots of water daily.
  • Avoid polish removers that contain acetone or formaldehyde. They’re terribly drying to nails. Use acetate-based removers instead.
  • If your nails have white spots, you may be deficient in zinc. Nuts, root vegetables, whole grains, meat, and shellfish are good sources of this mineral.
  • Every day before going to bed make it a habit of massaging the cream or oil  to help stimulate healthy nail growth.
  • Look for lotions that contain urea that helps hold moisture in the skin.
  • Citric acid in lemon juice works as a natural bleaching agent for discolored nail tips. 

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