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.
Don’t use your nails as tools. Rather than using your nails, use other parts of your hand or an implement to perform tasks like dialing the phone or fastening things. Wear gloves when cleaning or gardening to protect your nails against physical and chemical factors of the environment. File nails as soon as they break and then apply some Phytocharm to enforce your nails. The break point should be rounded smoothly. If polish is chipped from a nail it imbalances forces on the nail surface and predisposes to further chipping and breaking nail. So repair chips as soon as possible.
Filing and Shaping Your Nails
It’s very tricky to find the perfect nail file because the majority of the ones found in drugstores are made for artificial nails. If the grit is too heavy on the file, it will tear your nails. Look for a file that’s soft and gentle. It is best to file your nails when the free edge has grown about 7 mm. If you file your nails before this point, it can weaken them. At the same time, if you let your free edge grow longer than the nail plate, it is certain your nail will break. The breakage can be postponed by Phytocharm Strength. When you file be sure to go from corner to center in one direction, using the groove on the side of your nail as a guide. After filing touch your nail to make sure it is smooth and rounded. Replace your file often. It shouldn’t take more than a few strokes of the file to shape your nail. If you’re working too hard, replace the file.
Removing Nail Polish
The best way to remove polish is to place cotton on an orange wood stick, and douse it in remover. This implement will give you the most control since you want to make sure to remove your polish with getting as little remover as possible on the cuticle. Swab the polish off your nail and repeat have a totally clean surface. All kind of polish removers weaken our nail, so it is recommended applying Phytocharm right after removing nail polish.
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