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How to Take Care of Nails to Stay Healthy and Beautiful

 Keeping your nails healthy is important for both appearance and health. Here are some tips on how to keep your nails looking good, plus a few tricks for dealing with common problems.

Follow proper nail posturing and positioning.

  • Don't bite your nails

  • Don't pick at your cuticles

  • Don't use your nails as tools

  • Don't use your nails to open anything, including cans or bottles of nail polish remover (this can be used by placing a cotton ball over top and gently pouring the remover through)

  • Don't use your nails to scratch an itch on other parts of yourself, such as feet or back (use a hand towel instead)

Manicure to keep nails healthy.

A manicure is a great way to take care of your nails. When done by a professional, it can make your nails look more polished and healthy.

To get a manicure at home, you'll need:

  • A nail clipper for cutting off dead skin or hanging bits of nail.

  • A nail file for removing imperfections from the surface of your nails. This should be used gently so as not to cause damage or weaken them too much.

  • A buffer pad (like this one) or wooden block (like this one) to rub off excess polish from the top layer of your nail before it dries completely—this helps keep its shine longer! Make sure yours fits in any space where you like doing this task; if not, consider buying something smaller so that your hand doesn't cramp up while working away over there with those little fingers :)("")

Keep nails clean, dry, and protected.

Nails that stay clean, dry, and protected will be healthier. Here are some tips:

  • Keep nails clean. This is the most important thing you can do for your nails. Wash them regularly with a gentle soap or cleanser, and use an exfoliating scrub once a week (with caution if you have weak or brittle nails).

  • Keep nails dry. Water makes the fingers swell to greater than normal size, which causes the nail bed to expand; it also softens keratin in your nail plate, making it easier for bacteria to grow underneath your cuticles where there is no air circulating to keep things fresh. To avoid these problems: wear gloves when washing dishes or doing other chores around water; wear rubber gloves when gardening; change shoes before entering public showers/changing rooms/swimming pools etc.; wipe off excess moisture on bathroom surfaces with a towel rather than leaving wet feet behind after bathing (or showering!).

  • Protect against excessive dryness—because moisturizing creams aren't always enough—by applying oil-based products such as hand lotion right after washing hands; this will seal in moisture and prevent chapping caused by weather changes throughout year!

Know how to deal with hangnails and other problems.

  • If you have a hangnail, use a nail clipper to trim the hangnail down to the skin level. You can also use a pair of scissors if you don't have access to proper nail clippers, but these aren't as effective at removing the dead skin.

  • If your nails are cracking or discolored, try using a moisturizing cream on them as well as massaging them with vitamin E oil daily. This should help prevent further damage from occurring and keep your fingers soft and healthy looking.

  • To keep your nails from breaking off at the tips, try filing off any sharp edges that may be left after trimming them with clippers or scissors in order to reduce their tendency towards breaking off in large pieces instead of small ones which could cause pain when removing them from underneath another layer of skin such as when taking off gloves or washing dishes etcetera...

Taking care of your nails keeps them healthy and beautiful!

Nails are made of protein, and keratin is the predominant component of your nails. They’re actually a type of tissue that connects to your fingers, toes and other parts of your hand and feet. When you have healthy nails, it means that their shape is normal, they grow at a steady pace, and they aren't brittle or discolored. Your nail structure has three layers: the nail plate (outermost), the nail bed (the soft tissue that forms the base) and hyponychium (the skin between your cuticle & nail).

You can usually tell when something is wrong with your nails because they’ll look dry or discolored; sometimes there might be cracks in them; sometimes they may even feel thicker than usual which may mean that something else is going on inside them besides just damage caused by external factors like chemicals etc..

Now that you know how to take care of your nails, why not try out some of the tips we’ve mentioned in this article? Take care of your cuticles and keep them healthy by using a good cuticle oil. If you have dry nails, apply olive oil or almond oil regularly; don’t forget to moisturize before going to bed every night! You can also use hand cream on your nails as well as regular manicure once every two weeks in order to prevent hangnails and other problems from occurring again.