Are your nails dry, split, or weak?
What causes split, weak nails?
Repetitive hand washing and drying cause nails to split and peel. Nails swell in water and become soft. Make sure your nails are thoroughly dry after washing, and wear gloves when doing dishes or gardening to protect your nails and cuticles.
Another cause of weak nails that split is improper removal of nail enhancements such as gel, acrylic, and even nail polish. Picking off polish thats been on a while takes some of your own nail with it, causing the nail to become weaker each time polish is not removed properly.
After hand washing and/or removing nail enhancements it's important to restore your nails with the right nail creams/oils too. Look for nail strengthening products that reinforce and protect your nails.
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