Applying lemon juice, coconut oil, orange juice, eggshells, honey, eating lots of green vegetables… can help your nails to be healthy and beautiful naturally.
Doctor Phan Minh Doan, Department of Cosmetic Dermatology, Ho Chi Minh City Hospital of Dermatology, instructs 10 natural ways to do at home with fingernails and toenails.
Vitamin C has always been considered essential for nail growth. Rub lemon slices on fingernails and toenails for 5 minutes, then rinse with warm water, do it at least once a day. Lemon will support nail growth, clean and kill bacteria.
Massaging nails with coconut oil can help nails grow well because coconut oil is high in vitamin E, a strong antioxidant.
Orange helps increase collagen, an ingredient that helps a lot in the growth and maintenance of nails. Other antioxidants in oranges also help prevent nail infections. Soak nails in orange juice for about 10 minutes, then wash with warm water and apply lotion. You can do it every day until your nails get stronger.
If your nails are damaged, your nails are fragile, think about olive oil. Olive oil can easily penetrate the innermost layer of the nail, softening and reducing the dryness and breakage of the nail. Olive oil also helps increase blood flow and thereby promote nail growth. You can gently massage nails and toenails with warm olive oil, then put on gloves, go to bed and leave the oil on your nails overnight.
Stop the habit of using false nails
False nail materials such as gel or acrylic will weaken the nail quickly. Overuse of false nails will lead to hindering the normal growth of nails.
This is an essential substance for nail and hair growth. Your diet should include bananas and avocados, or you can take biotin pills after consulting your doctor.
Eat more vegetables
In green vegetables, especially spinach, there are quite a lot of folic acid and vitamin B9, which greatly support the growth of nails. You should add more green vegetables in your daily diet.
The calcium in eggshells can help keep nails strong. Eggshells are washed and pureed into a paste, applied to nails and left for a few minutes, will help nails grow better.
Honey has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Mix two tablespoons of honey with a few drops of lemon juice, then massage your nails with this mixture for 15-20 minutes and then wash your nails thoroughly.
The selenium present in garlic supports nail growth. If you feel hot, burning, uncomfortable when rubbing your nails with garlic slices, you can use garlic oil. This method should only be used once a week.