Maintaining certain nail care is essential.

To ensure your nails are always beautiful and healthy. Many people don’t know, but excessive enamel, lack of hydration and the use of products such as acetone, for example, can make them brittle and with an aged and yellowish appearance.

Have a good diet

Your diet directly reflects on the appearance of your nails. Insufficient intake of nutrients, vitamins and minerals can make them more fragile and chip more easily, so it is important to consume a healthy and balanced diet. Try to eat foods that contain:

Vitamin C;
vitamin E;
Complex B vitamins;

Some examples of important foods are pumpkin seeds, bananas, broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, milk, fish and oilseeds.

If you feel that your nails are still very weak and brittle and the food is not meeting your needs, talk to a dermatologist and check the possibility of consuming supplements and vitamins.

Careful in hydration

Another habit that many people ignore is moisturizing your nails and cuticles. Moisturizing this area is essential to keep your nails prettier, healthier and stronger, so invest in creams for this area of ​​the body and hydrate at least once a week.

The tip is to apply the product and massage it gently with circular movements. To enhance hydration, put on silicone gloves and let the product act for 15 minutes. If you prefer, you can replace the moisturizing cream with vegetable oils such as coconut, grape seed, jojoba or almonds.

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