Thanks, I'll look into some nail varnish treatment and in the Body shopStephen Kenyon wrote: ↑Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:58 amThere are various potions to apply, I use a couple of different hand/nail creams, a Body Shop one and an Argan oil one. Just bear in mind that anything that anything of that kind will take perhaps months of daily/twice daily application to really make a difference.
You can also get a nail-varnish like treatments that paint on that are intended to strengthen. Chemists stock these things but I got mine last from a large very popular supermarket.
Ah yeah good idea I'll start taking vitamin D right away!lagartija wrote: ↑Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:10 pmI had nails that were a bit brittle and chipped easily. I noticed that my nails were much better in summer, so I started to take vitamin D3 supplements (1000 IU) and I have not had a broken nail since then (nine years!); my nails are strong and flexible.
I also wear gloves when using cleaning products or when gardening. After washing my hands or showering, I use moisturizer on my hands and massage it around and on the nails.
Drying conditions are bad for your nails, so take care of your hands and eat nutritious food. Vitamin D might help, but this sort of thing can be very individual.
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