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The answers to all your nail problems


There are people who really care for their nail,while others couldn’t care less.Whether or not you’re the manicure tupe,though you’ll want to seek some help when fingemails or toenails turn into  eyesores.Here are some ways to get them back in shape fast with better nutrition,selected supplements and fungus-fighters.Foil Fungus:To fight stubborn nail fungus,try tea-tree oil.A powerful antiseptic,it can help make nail fungus disappear.In fact in one study it proved to be as effective as a prescription antifungal medicine.Once or twice a day apply a drop or two to the discolored nail.A good time to do it is after you bathe or shower,when your skin is softest.

Say No to Weak Nails: Take 300 micrograms of biotin,a B vitamin,4 to 6 times a day with food.Long ago.veterinarians learned that this vitamin could strengthen horses’hooves-and the hooves are made primarily from keratin, the same material that makes up human nails. If your nails are weak or brittle, bitoin might be all you need to strengthen and thicken them. But It doesn’t work right away. You’ll need to take this treatment for six months or more before you see a noticeable difference.Drink a cup of horsetail or nettle tea once a day. These herbs are high in silica and other minerals that nails need to grow.

Eat for Beautiful Nails: If your nails are brittle or flaking, try getting more essential fatty acids. These are found in foods such as fatty fish and flaxseed or flaxseed oil.If you don’t eat much fish, take 1 tablespoon flaxseed oil a day, or sprinkle ground flaxseeds on your cereal or other food. Evening primrose oil is another source of essential fatty acid. Take 1,000 milligrams three times a day with meals.

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.

Moisturize and protect:For dry, brittle nails, rub petroleum jelly or a thick cream into your nails to hold moisture around and under your nails. If you do this at bedtime, slip a pair of thin cotton gloves on your hands before you go to sleep.

Wear vinyl gloves every time you wash dishes or do other household tasks that require you to immerse your hands in water.

Avoid polish removers that contain acetone or formaldehyde. They’re terribly drying to nails. Use acetate-based removers instead.




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