Monday, July 18, 2016

Follow these tricks to care for your nails

Nails are those extensions of ourselves that protect us and stylize or, conversely, make us look like a shoe.

Sometimes we believe that the nails are tools for all, so we decided to tighten screws with them, but what if they are not strong enough?

Also we make the mistake of trying to remove every loose cuerito we see, without wounding fingers. This simply tells us that we need to take better care of our hands and our nails. So I want to give you some tips to care for them naturally.

Garlic: Yes! You read that right. Garlic loved by many and hated by others, is an ally for our health, especially that of our nails. Has fungicidal and antibacterial effect, it gives shine to the nails and helps harden. .
There are several ways to use garlic, there enamels and bring the essence of garlic and are available in the market or you can make your own remedy at home: crushes a few cloves garlic and add them to shine polish or cut into rub slices nail, let stand for a few minutes and rinse. (To remove the rub half a lemon and ready smell).

Argan oil: If the nails are brittle or yellowish, mixed with a little lemon juice and see the results soon. What I do is that in a jar empty enamel (after washing well with acetone), put half a teaspoon of argan oil and half a teaspoon of lemon juice, mix it well and I put it on the nails with brush enamel about twice a day.

Another way to use argan oil for nails is pure putting it into the cuticle before bed, this makes are always hydrated and thus avoid the hated cueritos and future felons.

Hand cream and resealable bag: This is a simple but effective tip. I like to do it once a week to give deep hydration into my hands after a long week of use and abuse.

I put two hands cream resealable bags, each bag approximately ¼. The close well and I put the microwave for 20 seconds, the bag, the open and put my hand on each bag each, I leave them there for 15 minutes. The sack and cast cream is for all skin of the hands and arms. The effect of hydration prevents nails and cuticles from drying