How Do You Care For Your Nails

I have gotten wonderful responses so lots of great tips on amazing nails especially for women that are 40 and above and I wish to share most of them with you.

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Why should women care for their nails as they age?

I wrote a similar blog some months ago and most women that reacted through comments posted on my social media pages believed they should pay more attention to their nails as they grow older. Donna says “I should keep myself well groomed as I age so I can look my best”. Smith says “I didn’t think I should care about such things when I grow older but I find myself doing so”.

Both said almost the same thing and I agree with them.

Nail care recommendations:

I have some lovely tips from my readers that I’ll like to share with you guys. They all involve caring properly for your nails. For this feat to be actualized, I present you with this 14 step plan to help you care for your nails.

After washing your hands, always use hand cream.

Paste/liquid doesn’t get the job done so use a good cuticle remover.


Are Clean Nails Essential For Wellness?

Have you ever thought how your nails can play a role in determining your overall health? Having some bumps, ripples, tinges or whitish nails might be a strong indication of sickness or illness in the body. Issues in the respiratory system, heart and liver can appear in your nails. Read on to learn more secrets your nails are able to reveal.

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Nails that are very pale could signs of some health conditions, such as:

  • Malnutrition
  • Liver diseases
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Anaemia

Dark lines below the fingernail should be examined as you noticed them appearing. They could be as a result of the most dangerous skin cancer known as melanoma.

If the skin around the fingernail seems to be red and swollen, this is known as swelling of the nail fold. It may be the result of ligament problem or lupus. Infection can also cause soreness and swelling of the fingernail fold.


Why stress your hair and skin care when you can DIY?


Problem: A volcano just erupted on your nose in the form of a pimple and you have a big dance in a few hours.

Solution: Don’t pick the pimple or make it pop; doing this will only make it more glaring. Use a gentle cleanser to wash it and apply some salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide. Use a mild layer of oil-free cover-up, which won’t obstruct your pores and cause more pimple breakouts.

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Problem: You got yourself burnt will trying to get a tan. Your skin is now glowing red and peeling.

Solution: A moisturizer containing natural aloe-vera may help soothe the agony sensation and make your cracking skin a bit unnoticeable. Peeling usually continues for a while, as your entire body eliminates the broken layer. To prevent skin burning and enhance your skin’s health, use a broad spectrum sunscreen when you leave the house and don’t forget to re-apply it after staying a few hours under the sun.



Problem: Your arms look like they belong to King Kong!

Solution: Investigate and find out if your family members were hairy. Teenagers can idolize certain bodily features that most individuals might consider absurd. If you still want to complete the task, try a depilatory, which gets rid of hair using some chemicals. Seek medical advice as to which brand is best for you. Use a moisturiser subsequently to avoid discomfort or kiara sky nails. Shaving the hairs would only make them, grow stubbly so that isn’t recommended.