1-GET GORGEOUS NAIL POLISH FOR SUMMERTIME WITHOUT ALL THE NASTY CHEMICALS You don’t have to visit the salon on a regular basis in order to have beautiful nails. The combination of a well-balanced diet, a thoughtful beauty regimen, and good personal hygiene can give you salon-worthy nails at a fraction of the cost and chemical burden.
2-USE MOISTURIZER When rubbing lotion or oil into your hands, make sure you work it into the cuticles and nails, too. Regular hand washing or use of hand sanitizer can dry out the skin and nail bed quickly, so try to moisturize after every wash, if possible. Coconut oil is excellent for rubbing into your nails and cuticles.
4-AVOID USING HARSH POLISH.
Nail polish typically contains very toxic chemicals such as toluene, dibutyl phthalate, dimethyl and diethyl phthalates, camphor, and formaldehyde. Fortunately, some good companies such as DPI, Neely make some polishes that do not contain these chemicals, but make sure you read the label carefully before purchasing. You can also buy water-based polishes, which don't last as long but are the safest option out there.
5-BUFF INSTEAD OF COLOR.
It may not be as fancy or eye-catching as color, but a bit of buffing can go a long ways. Take the time to trim, file, and buff your nails properly and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how great they can look, despite being au naturel. Never saw back and forth with a file because that can weaken your nails. Always file from the outside edge of the nail inward.
6-CHOOSE A GOOD REMOVER.
You can get acetone-free remover almost anywhere, which is less harsh on your nails.
Diet is very important to maintaining healthy nails. Protein is crucial, as are omega-3 fatty acids. Eating foods with vitamin B reduces brittleness; zinc gets rid of white spots; iron prevents ridges from forming; calcium keeps them strong; vitamins A and C prevents dullness and drying. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.
8-STRONG NAIL DIET.
Calcium, gelatin and B-complex vitamins are vitally essential for healthy nails. Vitamin D cures nail ridges, folic acid and Vitamin C cures hangnails and split nails. Nail ridges are cracks in the skin along the sides of the nails that can be particularly painful. Drink diluted cider vinegar to strengthen the nails and paint them with two coats of fresh lemon juice daily to strengthen them externally.
9-CRACKED AND CHIPPED NAILS.
Fresh pineapple and vinegar helps soften the cuticles. Mash the pineapple and add vinegar to it. Dip the nails up to the cuticles in this mixture, massaging every now and then.
11-THE GOODNESS OF PAPAYA.
Papaya contains enzymes that soften the protein tissue and are good for the cuticles. Mash papaya and add lemon juice and 1tsp vodka or vinegar. Soak your nails in this mixture for at least 20 minutes and massage into the skin regularly. This treatment needs to be done daily for at least 7days for effective results.
12-CALLOUSES AND BRITTLE NAILS.
Warm 250ml of olive oil or castor oil, add half a cup of sage leaves and heat this mixture for 5 minutes. Let it stand for a while until cool, and then strain it. Rub it frequently into your nails.
There’s another remedy for damaged nail – take 125 ml honey, 1 egg yolk, 125 ml avocado oil or castor oil and 2ml sea salt. Beat the ingredients together and keep in a screw top jar in a refrigerator. Rub into the nails daily, leaving it on for half an hour before washing.
Now that you have some magical remedies to have healthy nails, conjure up these easy to do recipes and take care of them.
13-USE OF THE "TOXIC-TRIO"
Think your treating your fingernails to some non-toxic TLC? Think again. The latest controversial news to shake up the beauty industry finds that 'Nail polish' commonly used in California salons advertised to be free of the "toxic-trio" actually contain chemicals toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and formaldehyde. The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) report released concluded that "when nail care products claim to be free of unsafe chemicals, despite how the label reads, just the opposite is often true."
14-TAKES CARE OF HER TOOLS.
Disinfecting your nail tools between uses is just as important as regularly cleaning your makeup brushes, and for the same reason — bacteria. To keep your nails happy and infection-free, Doctors advise washing metal tools with soap and water and then wiping with rubbing alcohol. And don't forget to regularly replace disposable tools like emery boards. There's no reason to continue using a tattered tool when it's so easy to rotate in a new one.
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