Body Care Tips : Weak And Brittle Nails

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Body Care Tips : Weak And Brittle Nails

Weak And Brittle Nails can be treated at home!

Are your nails prone to breaking, splitting or peeling? You’re not alone. Brittle nails are, sadly, a common problem! But before you head out to buy the latest expensive nail treatment, take a look at these 10 home remedies! You just may have everything you need to nurse your nails sitting in your kitchen cupboards!

Unfortunately brittle nails are a frequent complaint and it’s not surprising when so many factors influence their strength! Our age, diet, obsession with nail polish; exposure to water and even the weather all wreak total havoc on them.

Menicure at home treatment

Here are some natural homemade solutions:

1 Daily Olive Oil Soak

 Just like our skin, our nails need moisturizing too and also on a regular basis. Soak your nails in olive oil for five minutes every day. This will moisturize your nails and also make them stronger.

2 Weekly Hot Oil And Lemon Treatment

It’s not just cold olive oil that works wonders! The hot variety is even better, especially when mixed with lemon juice to create a nourishing weekly nail treatment.

Mix hot olive oil with a few drops of lemon juice – fresh or bottled, your choice. Dip cotton wool in the mixture, place it on the nail and secure with a piece of foil. Leave it on for 10 minutes and remove. You’ll notice your nails will look and feel healthier, not to mention wonderfully shiny! Plus the lemon juice will get rid of that awful yellow tinge caused by overuse of nail polish!

#3 Fortifying Sea Salt Soak

Sea salt is commonly used in the bath as its well known for its healing and rejuvenating properties so you may just have some on hand in your bathroom!

Simply mix 4 teaspoons of sea salt with some warm water (as well as a few drops of wheat germ oil if you have it) and soak your nails for 10 minutes. You’ll soon begin to notice they look and feel lot healthier as well as considerably more robust!

#4 Tea Tree Oil Drops

Tea tree oil is another versatile ingredient used for everything from clearing up acne to treating chicken pox! It’s an effective antiseptic and a fabulous moisturiser so apply a few drops to your nails a few times a week to heal the damage from previous cracks and condition your cuticles at the same time.

#5 Treat From The Inside

Despite all these nourishing topical treatments, you can also make a big difference to the strength of your nails by eating the right foods. Eating food rich in the B Vitamin Biotin, for instance, can work wonders on strengthening nails. It’s found in a wide range of produce including cauliflower, peanuts and lentils. Saturated Fats are also essential for healthy strong nails so try to incorporate things like avocado and coconut oil in to your diet.

#6 Massage

Did you know that massaging your nails in a circular motion will stimulate blood flow to the area helping them grow stronger? There isn’t a much cheaper remedy than this so get to it right now. Use a natural hand lotion  which contains Shea butter to do the amazing work.

#7 Wear Dish Gloves

It may surprise you to learn that it is water that does the most damage to your nails. The science behind this states that our nails expand when in water and contract when drying; it is precisely this process that makes them weak and brittle. Now, we’re not suggesting you do anything drastic like avoid the shower. Just simply wear gloves when you wash the dishes. There are some fabulous pink frilly dish gloves out there too so what better excuse to wear them.

 

By | 2017-03-29T10:40:18+00:00 March 29th, 2017|Beautiful skin, Do it yourself|0 Comments

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Pure natural cosmetics is not just a name, for me and many others it became a way of life! All my life I had an affinity to healthy life style. As a dancer and a trainer, i was always looking for the good combination of healthy food and healthy movement. In time I learned that its not only what you eat that matters. Also what you use as cosmetics or medical products is important. The skin is the biggest organ in our body. About 60% of what we put on our skin gets into the blood system and with that to the inner organs. I invest my heart and soul into “Pure natural cosmetics” and the best part is to hear the amazing comments from my client.

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