Tuesday, January 2, 2007

nail care

Color of nails indicates general health. Healthy nails are transperent & look pink in color . here are few tips for healthy nails.
1)If nail polish is worn on daily basis do take it off in a week or two to let your nails breathe.
2)Add shine to your nails by rubbing castor oil on them.
3)Dip a cotton swab in hydrogen peroxide to clean under the nails & whiten them or dip them in half a lemon juice.
4)Never peel off the cuticle at the sides of nail.
5)Always remove your nail polish with a good nail paint remover .


Kate said...

Have you ever heard of these nail files? I have tried them and they are incredible! I’ve never heard of anything like them before. They are much healthier for your nails than any other nail file out there. They are made of crystal, so they are also earth friendly. I have been trying to spread the word about these things so here is their website... Top Notch Nail Files.

kunika said...

Thanks kate for your info

Gel-Nails said...

Good information.

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