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3 IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO FOR HEALTHIER CUTICLES

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There is nothing more irritating than dry, splitting nails and peeling cuticles. Dry and damaged nails are simply embarrassing and no amount of nail polish can cover the fact that they are unsightly. The good news is that all you cuticles need is a little TLC to start looking healthier.

Here are three important things you need to do if you want healthier cuticles:

1.Treat weak nails with olive oil. Weak and thin nails need a daily soak in olive oil for ten to fifteen minutes a day for thirty days. Thereafter, you can soak your nails in this nourishing oil twice a week.
Olive oil relieves dryness and cracking of nails by soaking deep in the nail bed moisturizing them longer than any cream would.

2.Wear Gloves for Chores. Washing the dishes, doing the laundry, gardening, and other household chores can dry your hands and nails. Moreover, the chemicals you use like detergents and cleaners are harsh which can dry and split your nails. To prevent this, always wear gloves when doing chores.

3.Eat healthy food. As the adage goes, you are what you eat. Therefore if you eat healthy food then the rest of your body will be healthy too. Food rich in biotin like eggs, avocado, liver, cauliflower, and grains do a great job at strengthening your nails. Don’t forget to take multi-vitamin supplement to supply your body with Vitamin A, C, and calcium for healthier cuticles and nails.

These are just some of the things you can do to keep your nails and cuticles healthy. Now if you want fabulous nails, book an appointment at Diamond Nail Salon and our salon experts will give you the best manicure you deserve!

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