Soft & Brittle Nails:
It is commonly observed that many nails are not in the desired condition. Some split into layers at the free edge (Onychoschizia). Others are brittle (Onychorrhexis), break in different locations. Some other nails are too soft and thin, not having the desired appearance. It is estimated that up to 40 million are suffering in the United States.
Generals About Nail:
Nail consists of several parts, including:
Nail Plate: This part is laid on the finger and is known as the major part of nail.
Free Edge: The part of nail plate that grows beyond the finger tip.
Nail Bed: The soft tissue that lies just beneath the nail plate.
Cuticle: The overlapping skin around the nail. A normal, healthy cuticle should be loose & pliable.
Skin Folds: The folds located around nail plate that support it. There are lateral skin folds and proximal skin fold.
Sometimes we try many products for our nail problems, with no result. However, simply treating nails gently and properly can save money and prevent undesired conditions. Here some nail tips are mentioned shortly.
Nail Treatment Myths:
There are many nail hardeners with different brands which claiming they can improve the nail structure and make them strengthened. These products work in different mechanism and so are having different efficacy and side effects. Some have temporarily satisfying effects but they work in a way that damages our nail in the long term.
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