6 treatments for fragile and brittle nails

6 treatments for fragile and brittle nails

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Your nails are suddenly not the same. They begin to split by anything, or they peel into layers. Perhaps they are turning yellowish and weak. You may have abused gel manicures, which are very harmful. Or worse, you are using false or sculpted nails, which are hopelessly weakening the bed of your natural nail.

Could it be that you are biting them? Perhaps the problem is that you have gone through some disease that has weakened your nails or that you are not feeding as you should be. In either case, you need to establish the causes of the weakness. If it’s for the gel, remove it while your nails recover. The same with false nails. Stop biting your nails, not only weakens them, but it is a very ugly and unhygienic custom. If the problem is food, start eating properly: protein (meat, chicken, eggs), lots of vegetables and vegetables. Don’t forget almonds, which have calcium. A good diet involves perfect nails (and hair and skin).

1 Olive or castor oil with lemon

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Olive oil is one of the wonders of the world. It is not only very healthy and delicious in food, but also perfect for moisturizing and nourishing skin and nails.

One of the treatments involves olive oil alone. Heat a very small container in the microwave. The idea is that it is warm, not boiling. Once it’s at the right temperature, dip your nails in the oil. You can watch TV in the meantime. Then, massage the oil that remains in your nails and cuticles. Do not wash or rinse your hands afterwards. It is better that you do it at night, so that before sleeping you simply put on some cotton gloves and let it take effect.

If you want that in addition to moisturizing and nourishing, your nails are whitened, put a few drops of lemon in the oil and follow the same instructions. If you put lemon on it, the next day do not forget to wash your hands carefully, since the sun and lemon stain.

You can use castor oil instead of olive oil for similar effects.

2 Sea salt

2 Sea salt

This also involves some time, so take the opportunity to listen to music or watch TV in the meantime. In a small bowl put 2 tablespoons of sea salt. Add a few drops of lemon and 1 tablespoon of wheat germ. Soak this with a little warm water so that it mixes well and forms a homogeneous paste. Put your nails in the container, so that the paste covers them well. You can do it for 15 or 20 minutes, preferably 2 times a week. These ingredients strengthen the nails.

3 Onion

3 Onion

While its smell is strong and some don’t like it, onion is a great nutrient for weak nails. In this case we will use half an onion. You can break it very small or pass it through the blender until it forms a paste. Put the pieces or paste in a bowl. Put your fingertips on the onion and stay that way for 15 minutes. Do it several times a week to get the vitamins in the onion to harden your nails

4 Beer and apple cider vinegar

4 Beer and apple cider vinegar

Olive oil is also used here. Take a quarter cup of olive oil, a quarter cup of apple cider vinegar and half a cup of beer. Mix it well. This amount will last you several days. Once the ingredients are well mixed, take a small container and put a sufficient amount so that the tips of your fingers are well covered. Do it every day for several weeks for 20 minutes at a time. Both olive oil, apple cider vinegar and beer have a number of nutrient properties that will help strengthen the nails.

5 Garlic

5 Garlic

Garlic serves not only to scare away vampires, but also to take care of the nails. Garlic removes fungus and fortifies nails.

In this case you will take 2 cloves of garlic that are large. Remove the shell. Crush them in a mortar until a paste is formed. Once achieved, cover the nails with the paste and, to keep it, make a small cap of aluminum foil with which you will cover each nail. Stay that way for half an hour each day until you see results.

Another option is to crush a clove of large garlic, bring it to a boil in half a cup of water. When it has boiled, expect it to cool. Pour a few drops of lemon. The resulting mixture will be put with a cotton every night on your nails until they are beautiful.

Also, you can use a jar of nail shine and pour crushed garlic on it. Let it macerate and paint your nails one day yes and another no with that.

You may wonder how to remove the strong smell of garlic that will remain in your hands. Simple: rub them with lemon and the smell will go away quickly.

6 Milk and lemon

6 Milk and lemon

Take half a cup of milk and add the juice of a lemon. Mix it well. That mixture will be stored in the fridge for no more than 5 days per preparation. With the resulting liquid, put it in a deep container and dip your nails every day for 15 minutes. Milk and lemon are natural fortifiers and moisturizers.

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