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How To Fix Your Weak Nails

Fingernails play an important function in our bodies. Like most of the other organs, they can also become weak due to a variety of reasons. When nails are weak, they become soft, thin and brittle. They can also become discolored and have rough patches. Here is a list of reasons why they could become...

Quicker Methods To Dry Your Nails

Everyone likes to apply nail polish and sport a trendy look. But the time and effort it takes to get that done is what bothers most people. In this day and age when time is at a premium, no one wants to spend more time than is necessary, especially for things like waiting for nail polish to dry. For...

How To Treat Nail Fungus

There are a number of ointments and creams available over the counter to treat nail fungus. However, they are not very effective since some infections can be stubborn and difficult to treat.

Moisture is often a breeding ground for fungus, and people suffering from nail fungus need to always keep ...

Cutting Your Cuticles Can Be A Bad Thing

Your cuticles are one of the least understood parts of your anatomy. You almost tend to take them for granted. However, they are extremely important for protecting your fingers and helping them function the way they do.

Eponychium is another name by which cuticles are called. They are located at ...

Artificial Nails

Artificial nails, also called false nails, are worn as extensions or decorative coatings over natural nails. Artificial nails are applied over the nail using special water-resistant glue, and may be applied at home or professionally done at the salon. Artificial nails are often painted for decorat...

Nail Disorder

Nails are essentially hardened skin cells. Made mostly of keratin, a protein found in the skin and hair, nails are made by living cells in the fingers and toes. These living cells begin in the matrix, the hidden area under the cuticle. As new skin cells grow in the matrix, the older cells are push...

Pedicure Infection

Pedicure infections are surprisingly very easy to pick up, if proper disinfection guidelines are not followed. Usually occurring in salons and spas that cater to numerous individuals, pedicure infections have been known to get as serious as amputations and even death. The major problem lies in not s...

History Of Pedicure

People have been manicuring their nails for more than 4,000 years. In southern Babylonia, noblemen used solid gold tools to give themselves manicures and pedicures. The use of fingernail polish can be traced back even further. Originating in China in 3,000 BC, nail color indicated one’s social statu...