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... Hi everyone. I've been suffering with dry skin under my fingernails and on my finger tips for several months now. Has anyone ever had this problem and what do you do to get rid of it? ... (2 replies)
... Our nails are the mirror to our inner health and your nails are showing you that you have something wrong and it isn't only the loss of the one nail. ... (9 replies)
... The area between the proximal nail fold and the knuckle is called the e p o n y c h i u m. When this area begins to peel, it is usually because the skin in this area is dry. You might benefit greatly from twice daily applications of a good quality nail and cuticle oil such as Solar Oil or Botanical Oil. ... (1 replies)

... You could be developing an allergic reaction to the monomer used to create the acrylic overlay. Have you experienced any itching or redness? Lotion will not penetrate the surface layer of the skin to help heal the dryness - only oils containing jojoba oil can do that. Jojoba oil has the tiniest molecular structure so the jojoba oil can penetrate the surface layer of the... (3 replies)
... is peeling. It is very dry and flaky. It looks really bad. I have an acrylic overlay but i have been getting my nails done for a while without having this problem. ... (3 replies)
... Allergic reaction, on the other hand, can also cause nail plate separation where the skin may appear to be thickened. Sometimes, the nail bed or the skin at the free edge will thicken in an effort to protect itself from the allergen. ... (13 replies)
... Anyway, the skin where the cuticle separated is very thick. It doesn't hurt or affect my daily activities. When the skin gets thick enough, I try to cut it away with clippers, which sometimes leads to bleeding. And I sure don't want an infection. So, I don't do it often. ... (0 replies)
... Using the cuticle scissors, carefully snip away as much of the peeling skin as you can. Try not to make yourself bleed or irritate your skin anymore then it already is. Your skin will kinda feel bumpy or rough. That's ok! ... (1 replies)
... what looks to be healthy about a third of the way I'd say the only problem is it looks so dry. I mean I understand the old nail that is growing off should look dry with the discoloration and all but even the new part coming in looks dry yet good color. ... (3 replies)
... Soaking your feet in water all the time is actually compounding the dry skin problem. ... (8 replies)
... Can I get a wet rag and put the rag in warm soapy water than use the rag to clean by nail and the dry skin problem than soaking my feet? ... (8 replies)
... lean with alcohol to temporarily remove the moisture from the nail plate. Apply the Gel Resin in a thin layer beign sure not to let it flood into the cuticle or under the nail. Spray with the Hurry Up to dry the resin. Apply a second coat, spray, and then a third coat and spray. ... (1 replies)
... s seperating from the nail bed and becoming ridged. Most of my fingernails, especially my thumbs and one forefinger now have a spoon shape. There is white debris under my nails which seems to be damaged nail bed? ... (4 replies)
... Pick ONE medication and stick with it. It can take more than a year to kill the fungal spores because they do not live in the nail, they live in the skin under the nail. ... (3 replies)
... The best way to clean the underside of the nail plate is to soak in 5-minute Polident Denture Cleaner for 5 minutes. Disolve the tablet in warm water adn soak the nails. Clean the dead tissue (cuticle) from the underside of the nail plate by scraping it off with a metal nail file, a curved cuticle pusher, or an orangewood stick. It isn't the nail plate itself that is... (5 replies)
... it off the nail plate as this will only thin it out even more. Leave the nail off for at least two weeks and treat the nail with alcohol several times a day to dry up the infection. The stain will remain and will have to grow out with the nail plate. ... (3 replies)
... Cuticle skin isn't the skin you can see that grows around the nail unit. It is translucent skin that grows forward on the nail plate from under the fold of skin that touches the nail plate. It is your eponychium that peels, adn it would benefit from daily applications of a mixture of jojoba oil and vitamin E. ... (9 replies)
... As a 35 year veteran of the nail industry, I can tell you that the ingredients you listed won't do much for your nails OR your cuticles. Go to a Sally Beauty Supply and purchase a bottle of Botanical Oil in the nail department. ... (7 replies)
... r game. Both big toenails were very bruised. After a week or so I noticed the toenails were lifting away nearly to the base of the nail. I was concerned that the nails might get caught on something and get ripped out totally. So I decided to cut the nails down to the spot where there was little to no lifting. ... (0 replies)
The Vinegar Cure
Jan 14, 2010
... This stuff is misery and i even wound up with it in both ear canals, the same damp warm moisture and spreading. Cleanliness is a must, the skin cells are cellular boxes that trap and hold body fluids ie. sweat and offcast, the perfect pH balance for bacteria to thrive and manifest in. ... (1 replies)


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