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4 Simple And Natural Home Remedies To Treat Rough Cuticles

Treat Rough Cuticles

A person’s hands reveals a lot about a person. Well groomed and clean hands are more appealing and will get a person a positive response while rough, dry hands can be quite a turn-off. We spend a lot of time grooming our nails for the perfect look, be it regularly trimming them or applying a nice shade of nail paint. However, even the best manicure can lose its sheen if the cuticles around are rough and dry.

Apart from appearing messy, damaged cuticles can also have a negative impact on our health as they allow bacteria to creep under our nails. Maintaining and taking care of one’s cuticles is as important as caring for our nails. Intensive spa treatments can be quite costly and are rarely completely free of chemicals, however, there are few simple home remedies that one can use to ensure healthy and soft cuticles.

Here Are 4 Simple And Natural Home Remedies To Treat Rough Cuticles:

Coconut or Almond Oil Massage

The most common reason for damaged cuticles is dryness of hands. Commercial creams and lotion have a lot of chemicals and may not suffice. Rub some warm coconut oil or almond oil along your nails and into your cuticles. Massage gently for a few minutes and allow the oil to absorb into your skin. After 10 minutes wash your hands in warm water and pat dry.

Coconut or Almond Oil Massage

Olive oil and honey

Mix little honey in olive oil and gently massage your cuticles. The antibacterial properties help clean out the cuticles along with deeply moisturising them. You can also add a bit of aloe vera juice to this mix to treat cracks and cuts.

Olive oil and honey

 

Night Time Moisturize

Always apply a thick coat of cream or petroleum jelly on your hands and cuticles before you sleep. This ensures that your hands and nails stay moisturized through the night and avoids dryness.

Night Time Moisturize

Don’t bite your nails

Biting nails and pulling your cuticles is extremely damaging for the skin. This constantly worsens the conditions of the cuticle and overtime can be very rough. Further, the saliva from the mouth can enter the skin around the nails and cause infections.

Don’t bite your nails





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