The Dos:It’s important to keep your nails dry and clean. Prevent bacteria, fungi, and other unwelcome organisms from growing under your fingernails. Avoid contact with strong and harsh chemicals or long soaks in the tub. For instance, you can wear cotton-lined rubber gloves when you clean or wash the dishes.
Trim or file your fingernails regularly. The ideal time to do this is after bathing or washing your hands so that the nails are soft. Using a sharp nail cutter, trim your nails straight across and file them in a gentle curve.
Moisturize! When you apply your hand lotion, also rub some on your fingernails and cuticles.
The Don’tsAvoid biting your fingernails. This mannerism can damage the nail bed. It can be hard for others to get over the habit, but minor cuts allows bacteria and fungi to enter and they can lead to infection and other nail conditions.
Don’t pull off hangnails. Clip off hangnails gently and carefully. Pulling them off rips healthy tissue along with the hangnail.
Don’t ignore nail problems. Your nails may be a small portion of your body, but nail conditions may indicate more serious health problems. If they don’t go away, you might want to visit a dermatologist for a consultation.
Regular nail maintenance prevents nail problems. These are small details some people overlook. Here at Detail Woman, we cut, shape, and buff your nails, tidy your cuticles, and moisturize surrounding skin. Visiting a day spa in Sydney maintains the health and integrity of your fingernails and toenails. Take these dos and don’ts in nail care by heart to leave a good impression. Remember, men love women with clean fingernails, and big bosses look at them during job interviews too.