Hands-On Advice for Taking Care of Your Nails for even better results!
For even better results in this section, you can read some nail care tips that will help you to keep your nails healthy and strong. Follow the below tips and habits and you will..nail it girl!
Eat well: Eating well fixes everything. Nail problems are a result of a lousy diet, and issues like brittle nails result from calcium deficiency. Iron and potassium, as well as vitamins A, B, C, and calcium, support the body, strengthen the nails, and prevent them from peeling. It is also important to consume protein to enhance the keratin of the nails. Eating a healthy can nourish your nails from the inside-out along with our nail treatments.
Stay hydrated: Consuming lots of fruits, water and juices, helps maintain the necessary moisture in your nails, boost their healthy growth, and strengthen them. For extra moisture we recommend combining sufficient body hydration with frequent application of our nail care lemon oil.
Use gloves: Contact with detergents and chemicals may exfoliate your nails, as the ingredients they contain dehydrate and dry the nails. So next time do not forget to wear gloves and happily go about your chores without worrying about your nails.
Avoid warm water: Washing your hands with warm water can cause dehydration, causing your nails to become brittle and break. Prefer a milder water temperature and wear gloves when washing your dishes.
Check your Thyroid: Proper regulation of the thyroid gland is vital for our health but also our nails. When the thyroid gland functions normally, it prevents nails from becoming weak and easily break.
Acetone: The acetone contained in most nail polish removers available on the market can dehydrate your nails as it removes natural oils from your skin. Acetone is harsh on your nails and skin, and very damaging. It dries out your nails and makes them prone to breakage.
Always remember to:
- apply Spell treatments at least once a month to strengthen the natural structure of your nails.
- apply the nourishing base coat before applying the color to protect your nails.
- use lemon oil to hydrate your nails properly.
- Biting your nails.
- Making abrupt movements with your hands that can result in breaking your nails (Especially, long nails require careful movements with your hands).
Keep in mind that our hands are the extension of ourselves. It is with our hands that we touch, hug, feel, and sign important changes in our life. With our hands we express ourselves, we come closer to our dear ones, and we guard ourselves. Let’s take care of our hands and protect them.
It is rightfully yours!