Cut and File Your Nails, not bitte!

No more biting, picking or tearing at you from the obvious contamination factor of biting into your fingers, it weakens your actual nails. Filing and cutting your nails is the best way to keep from having jagged nail edges that may snag and tear which Acause cuts. Using strong files, clean clipp nail scissors will help keep you save and you will avoid an uncomfortable nail infection or painful injury. Clean edges don’t snag or break as easily and they help promote stronger, more even growth. So, when you are cutting, trimming or filing down your nails make sure you take the time to do it the right way with the proper nail care tool! The way you care for natyral and fake nails essentially the same. Artificial nails need strong healthy nails to adhere to that will be sturdy an supportive bases for whatever artificial style you prefer. There are, however, a few practical tips you will want to keep in mind about the salon services and manicurists you choose to use.

Keep Your Nails and Hands Clean

Fingernails are a part of the hand washing process and general cleaning process. Throughout the day your nails can pick up dirt and particles from different places. That dirt build-up can weaken the integrity of your nails and cause them to become brittle. Even small amounts of debris and dirt under your nails can spread illness, so it’s important to keep in mind that washing your hands and nails more carefully isn’t just for you.

Massage Lotion Into Your Cuties and Nails

Maintaining a proper balance of hydration is important for your skin and that includes the skin around your fingernails. Keeping your hand skin and cuticles strong will help keep you from easily getting infections or irritations around your nails. We all touch a lot of things throughout the course of a day. It would be wise to make sure your skin is a strong barrier against the germs you encounter. Dry skin can lead to cracks that are invitations to bacterial infections, so make your hands and nails part of your skincare routine.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals When You Can

It is important to be careful and informed about all the beauty and wellness products you choose. The more chemicals a product has, the more damage it can do to your nails and skin. Pick natural product options when possible and try to avoid frequent runins with polish remover. If you work with or have household cleaning products you come into frequent contact that contain harsh chemicals, gloves and tools (such as brushes and sponges) can act as a barrier. They can also reduce the severity of any chemical contact you do end up having with cleaners.

Only Visit Licensed Nail Technicians

The licenses salons are required to ensure your safety when it comes to the business practices and the building itself. A nail technician needs certifications to show that they are trained to do a quality job without endangering or injuring you. If a salon
or nail technician can’t meet basic industry qualification standards, it’s time to go somewhere else for nail care

Keep your Nails Dry

Incidental hand contact with water is inevitable throughout the day. However, if you can avoid soaking them in water for prolonged periods of time you are a lot more likely to have healthy strong nails. Soaking nails can lead to splitting, tearing and infections from moisture and bacteria build up under and around the nails. Try to use cloth lined rubber gloves for protection
against extensive water exposure while dish washing or tub cleaning. You can also make sure to thoroughly dry your hands and nails after unavoidable, routine daily contact.