Nail Problems: 7 Most Annoying Nails Problem

Nail Problems: 7 Most Annoying Nails Problem

Nail Problems: 7 Most Annoying Nails Problem

7 Most Annoying Nails Problem are as follow:

1. Yellow Nails (Yellowing Nails)

Usually, yellow nails occur to the fans and frequent users of nail polish. Yellow nails frequently happened to those who always used dark colored nail polish, such as dark red, burgundy, black, and brown. Yellow stain look worse when nail polish is not removed within 10 days. No need to worry, yellow stains are temporary. The solution, make sure that applying a base coat before applying nail polish, and avoid nail polish that contains the active substance as hard as formaldehyde and toluene. Use nail polish remover no more than a maximum of 10 days, then clean it and let your nails breathe for a few days before the rub again with new paint.

2. Brittle nails

Brittle nails can be found on the nails are thin or thick. Typically, thin nails chipped easily, while thick nails are broken at the edges. The solution, the consumption of vitamins and calcium that is right for your nails to avoid calcification.

3. Hard cuticle

The cuticle is a hardened white skin and pile up on the edge of the nail, due to lack of drinking water or frequently exposed to soap and detergents when washing. This problem can not be eliminated simply by the use of hand lotion or hand cream. The solution, doing a special manicure with cuticle scissors, and should be performed by a trusted expert in a nail salon. If not, the cuticle will be stimulated and grows thick.

4. Nails dehydration

If the nails visible vertical stripes on the surface in large quantities or layered and sometimes easy to peel, these are signs of dehydration and your nails need care. This is caused by cutting the nail too short or lack of moisture and oil on the nail. The solution, do not cut the nails too short and should be trimmed with a miser. Keep nail length not less than the tip of your finger so that the meat does not hurt and germs are easily entered and hid behind the nail.

5. Fungus In Nail

Hear the word fungus, it’s scary, isn’t it? Fungus in nail looks like white powder on the surface. Initially you may not be aware, because the white powder is sometimes invisible. However, if left long, the color changes to yellow-green and smell arose. At this time the fungus has started to become a problem. In addition to the bacteria as the primary cause, as well as the way the less precise the cutting nails so dirt easy entry. Especially when cutting the nails appear injured. The solution, rajinlah soak your nails with special nail fungus cure. For manicure pedicure, always choose a trusted and qualified salon, with sterile equipment. Or, to be safe, bring your own equipment to a salon manicure so your nails do not catch the disease to others. But avoid using nail polish until the first mold is completely gone.

6. Ingrown toenail (ingrown nail)

The curved shape of the nail most prone to ingrown toenail. In addition, nails cut it way wrong direction resulting in growing nails piercing the flesh so it appears the pain. It could happen in all of the nail, but the most common is the thumb. Nails that grow curved need special cutting techniques. Doing it yourself is not recommended. Better to submit to a trusted therapist nail salon and understand how to deal with ingrown nail. Sometimes, the pain is not noticed and left alone, and before I know the nail was swollen and pus. When this happens, immediately to the dermatologist.

7. Nails grow slowly

If you have a habit of biting your nails so the nail becomes soft, which is the cause of the slow-growing nails. The only way is to stop the bad habit of biting your nails and provide vitamins for a healthy nail to grow. Using fake nails or silicone gel can be a solution to stop this bad habit.

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