7 Simple Nail Care Tips the Easy Way To Take Care

 Nails can be an indicator of whether a person is taking care of themself or not and for some people well-maintained nails will help them with their activities. So, these are 7 Simple Nail Care Tips the Easy Way to Take Care we will share happily.

Get to Know Your Nails Better and 7 Nail Care Tips

 

7 Simple Nail Care Tips the Easy Way To Take Care 


When your nails look good, your overall looks will also, improve.

Before getting deeper into this, let’s take a look at your nail’s condition.


Some signs of healthy nails:

  • Nail looks pinkish-white color.
  • Cuticles are existent, don’t cut them.
  • Nails and white tips are even lengths.
  • Prominent half-moon shaped white section.

And the opposite, signs of unhealthy nails:

  • Peeling or splitting nails, it’s a sign of vitamin deficiency.
  • Tiny white spots, usually mean you’re biting your nails or painting them too often.
  • Horizontal grooves as a result of stress, high fevers, or jamming your fingers.
  • Red and swollen skin around nails could be from removing or biting cuticles.
  • Spoon-shaped nails, the sign of iron deficiency, or anemia.


Here some tips to make your nails look healthy, clean, and strong.

Tips Caring Your Nails:


     1.      Keep Clean Your Hands and Foots


Keep Clean Your Hands and Foots!

First, the simplest thing to keep your nails healthy is to keep your hands and foots clean. But as easy as it sounds, many people failed at this. It’s important to not only make sure your nails are clean but also the skin around them is dirt-free. 

Wash your hands and feet with soap and running water. Do it for about 20-30 seconds. And if you paint your nails before, use an acetone-free remover to clean it up.

2.      Clip Your Nails Regularly

Clip Your Nails Regularly!

Clipping your nails is important. Set a schedule, clipping your nails every 2 weeks should be ideal. You can change your schedule depending on how your nails react.

By the way, most people will struggle with long nails and even may cause injuries. Some people have nails brittle and break easily.

Short nails are easier to maintain and will always look clean and healthy.

3.      Clean Your Nails Tools

Clean Your Nails Tools!

Further, disinfect your nail tools as often as you can. Keeping them clean is just as important as taking care of your nails. Clean tools will keep your nails free of bacteria and infections. 

It’s recommended to wash your tools with soap and water and then followed with rubbing them down with alcohol. And if your tools have been used for a very long time, it might be time to get a new one. If your nails are too difficult to cut, you can soak them in warm water beforehand.

4.      Be Gentle on Your Nails

Be Gentle on Your Nails!

Certainly, nails also need moisture to avoid dryness, roughness, and cracking. Apply a little avocado oil or almond oil on your cuticles before you go to bed.

Nails are delicate parts of your body, don’t scrub them too roughly or it might expose you to infection. Don’t dig around your nails with any kind of metal tools, because it can cause the nail plate to separate from the skin.


5.      Wear Shoes That Fit Your Feet Properly

Wear Shoes That Fit Your Feet Properly!

Walking can put a lot of strain on your toes if your shoes are either too big or too small may problems. A lot of people have reported having toenails problems because of uncomfortable shoes. Having toenails problems may also prevent you to walk properly and do any kind of activity.

Therefore, choose the right shoe size to maintain the health of your feet and nails.

6.      Don’t Cut Your Cuticles

Don't Cut Your Cuticles!

Furthermore, don't cut your cuticles! This can't is stressed enough. 

The cuticles serve a very important purpose; to seal the area at the base of the nail. If you remove it, the seal of protection will break, exposes you to bacteria, and even infection.

7.      Improve Your Diet

Improve Your Diet!

In fact, fingernails are made of a protein called keratin. Just like your skin and hair, you can improve your nails by tweaking your diet. Consuming vitamins and supplements like biotin, Vitamin E and fish oil will help a lot.

Biotin triggers the production of amino acids which are the basic components of nail growth. This is why biotin is good for preventing broken or brittle nails.

And, Vitamin E contains antioxidants that are useful for reducing nail damage course of exposure to ultraviolet light.


Well, do you love your nails? You can apply these 7 Simple Nail Care Tips the Easy Way to Take Care for your lovely nails if you do. Strong and healthy nails will make comfortable your daily activity.

See you in our next articles about fashion, beauty, and health. Take care and have a happy and healthy life!


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18 comments:

  1. These are some good tips! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Some great and useful tips. Awesome article

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    1. I'm so glad this article are useful for you. Thank you for stopping by.

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  3. It's so hard NOT to play with cuticles! lol

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  4. This is great! I can definitely learn one or two things for this post that I can use on my nails

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  5. Oh thanks for the tip about cuticles. It's annoying when I have to keep telling the nail salon not to clip my cuticles. They think I'm weird, but I like my skin to stay in tact. Ugh! Venting lol. But this helps so much!

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  6. I will keep these tips in mind. You have some good ones here. I do want to be sure I have healthy nails.

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  7. These are all really good tips. I'll have to keep these all in mind. I could always use help when it comes to my nails.

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  8. These are great tips and I will surely keep all these things in mind.

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  9. Greart Tips. The hardest thing for me is NOT cutting my cuticles. I know it's not good for them, but I just can't ge them under control.

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  10. I had no idea that our diet has a direct effect on our nails. Will start taking some Vitamin E again to reduce nail damage. Thank you for sharing this.

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  11. Those are some great tips to keep in mind and it's always important to take care of one's self especially the nails.

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  12. Keeping our nails healthy is so important, and these tips make it seem easy. I especially appreciate the reminder about not cutting cuticles - I had no idea they served such a vital purpose.

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  13. Keeping your nails healthy is very important. Many people aren't aware that your nails can alert you about many things especially health concerns. It's good to take some time to care for your nails every month.

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  14. I need to work on my nails in time for summer. These are all good tips to improve the appearance of my nails.

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  15. I never really was a nail person but recently started painting my nails regularly.... as they look so nice but now my nails are weak and brittle which is a problem I never had prior. I hate it LOL. Loving these tips!

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  16. I try to let mine grow out. But once they start breaking or chipping i usually end up biting them down. I don’t consistently bite them to shreds any longer.

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