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How To Keep Your Nails Healthy
Make sure to keep your nails filed and trimmed. Consistently maintaining a nice nail shape will allow you to grow them out more evenly.
If biting is a habit that you have, then apply a clear coat of nail polish that tastes bad. You can get one at a local store for cheap costs.
Clean your nails daily, it will make them look cleaner and keep them healthy.
When your nails get too long, trim them; otherwise, they will chip and break.
It is also not a good idea to cut your cuticles. At most, you may push them back with a dull stick, but cutting will allow bacteria to enter your nail bed, causing infections.
Put olive oil and a nail strengthening lotion onto your fingernails and let it soak in for about 5 minutes. Clean underneath your nails then paint two coats of a clear polish on top of your nails.
Drink plenty of water and milk. Rub fingernails daily with vitamin E oil. Eat fruits and veggies.
When you get a hangnail clip it off. If skin around the nails has a cut put rubbing alcohol on it. The alcohol cleans the cut and seals it up fast.
Do not apply harsh nail polishes. It may damage your nails.
Wash your hands with soap and water.
If nail polish gets on your skin, it will wash off within a couple days when you wash your hands.
When you're clipping and filing and cleaning under your nails don't use a sharp tool to clean under the nails; your overgrown nails will instantly be longer and your fingers will be sore for a while.
Make sure your nails are even.
If a nail does break, you may want to clip all of your nails down to the same length.
Filing your nails will make them even and smooth.