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... EVER! Just the oil. The preservatives in lotions can cause peeling on some nails, so I have never recommended it for use on the nails or the hands. ... (2 replies)
... I have been using jojoba oil mixed with Vit. E and almond oil for about 5 months, as per your advice. My nails have improved tremendously. However, there is still some slight peeling on some of the nails. My nails are just about all grown out from when I started. ... (2 replies)
... After having used acrylic nails for 8 years, I had them removed a month ago. ... (1 replies)

... Try mixing your olive oil with jojoba oil and some vitamin E. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry dear, but you heard wrong. Tea Tree oil is a natural antiseptic and will actually dry out the nail plate and the surrounding skin to the point of irritation. ... (2 replies)
... A god quality nail and cuticle oil will contain jojoba oil and vitamin E in the mixture. If the oil you are considering has these two oils in its ingredients, then it should be fine. ... (3 replies)
... removed polish and the middle of my nails were a mess. They were peeling really bad. ... (2 replies)
... Most of these products make the nails 'hard, by removing vital oils and moisture from the nail plate. ... (4 replies)
... One can help reduce the look of the ridges by applying a good quality nail and cuticle oil such as Solar Oil, Botanical Oil, or any other nail and cuticle oil that contains jojoba oil and vitamin E oil. ... (2 replies)
... If you cannot find a Sally, you can mix your own oil. Ou will need jojoba oil and vitamin E oil. ... (17 replies)
... show, however minutely, the nail will return to normal. You may also want to tyr applying a good quality nail and cuticle oil, or mix your own. You would need jojoba oil, almond oil and vitami E. ... (3 replies)
... Your nails and cuticles just need to be reconditioned. Vitamin C has too large a molecule to be able to peetrate the surface of the skin or the nails. The only oil that can do this is Jojoba Oil because it has the tiniest molecular structure and can penetrate the tiny spaces between the nail plate cells. ... (1 replies)
... il 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. Vitamin E on its own cannot penetrate the nail plate or the skin because the molecules are too large. ... (9 replies)
... as easily prone to breakage because it lacks flexibility. To maintain "strong" nails, one needs to maintain a balance between hardness and flexibility. If the nails flex under pressure without breaking, then one has accomplished this goal. ... (2 replies)
... ce the natural oils and moisture. The nail plate is constantly being 'bathed' by an upward tidal flow of oils and moisture transmitted by the nail bed. If your nails remain dry after 30 minutes, I seriously doubt it is from the effects of the polish remover. ... (2 replies)
Hang nails...
Jan 24, 2003
... Just to clarify, are hang nails the piece of the nail that stick out from the sides and are kinda sharp? ... (1 replies)
... oils and moisture from the nail plate, leaving it dried out. A dried out nail plate will split and peel. Rehydrate by applying a good quality nail and cuticle oil that contains, at minimum, jojoba and vitamin E oils. A good one is Botanical Oil from the nail department of Sally Beauty Supply. ... (2 replies)
... Good answer!! The only other thing you need to purchase is a good quality anil and cuticle oil that contains Jojoba and Vitamin E oils. Apply twice daily and always at night. ... (3 replies)
Rigged nails
Jul 8, 2008
... ceof the nail bed and the grooves are on the underside of the nail plate. As we age and the nail plate becomes dried out because of decreased amounts of natural oil and moisture production, the rails and grooves become apparent on the nail plate as ridges. ... (1 replies)
... The nail plate will split and peel when it is dried out. Try using a good quality anil and cuticle oil that contains Jojoba and Vitamin E or Grapeseed oil at least twice a day. ... (1 replies)

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