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... it almost looks as if I have a blood blister starting to come out... I have not smashed my finger so I do not see why it would be blood..If I push my cuticle back I can see that it does extend back.... of course I cant tell how far but If anyone knows what this may be please Email me.. ... (5 replies)
... speed drill on the natural nail, or overfiles with a hand file. If your nails are already long, be sure they are no longer than your lifestyle will allow. the more you use your hands, the shorter the length. File them in a rounded square shape for more strength. ... (4 replies)
Split Nail
Apr 22, 2005
... some sort and is pushing its way up through the nail plate. The nail plate will end up being split into two sections and will remain that way forever. there is no way to "fix" it. ... (1 replies)

... If your natural nail was ripped off along with the acrylic, the exposed nail bed will be damaged. It takes from 3-6 months for a new nail to completely replace itself. I do NOT recommend having a tip or an artifical nail of any kind applied directly to the skin. Firstly, it will not stay for more than 24 hours because the skin will secrete too much oils andmoisture to allow... (1 replies)
... FTEEN YEARS OLD AND i JUST RECENTLY HAD ACRYLLiC TiPS ON AND DURiNG A CHEELEADiNG ACCiDENT iT WAS KiCKED OFFALONG WiTH MY NAiL DOWN TO THE CUTiCLE. NOW THERE IS NO NAiL AND THE SKiN HAS GOTTEN HARD AT THE SURFACE. ... (1 replies)
Blue/Purple
Mar 16, 2005
... Thanks Marti! No it's the area right above the white moon on the nail. I have a purple moon right over the white? ... (6 replies)
... appplication techniques since 1979 with no problems at all. The ONLY clients I had problems with were those that had Thyroid problems, or those that were taking cancer drugs. ... (6 replies)
... White, bumpy, pitted nails can signify nail psoriasis which can end up affecting all of your nails. I would see your physician for a proper diagnosis. (1 replies)
... weeks ago I noticed that at the top near the cuticle and about half the way across the width my nail had turned white and bumpy with a slightly uneven appearence. ... (1 replies)
... by applying a good quality nail and cuticle oil at least twice daily. ... (1 replies)
... I seriously doubt if the doctor will remove the nail as long as it is firmly attached to the remainder of the nail bed. Since it is turning loose at the cuticle, that is the area that sustained the most damage and built up the most blood between the nail bed and the nail plate. As long as the nail root (matrix) is in tact, a new nail will emerge and push the damaged portion... (2 replies)
... Anyway, it hurt a lot for few days and the pain went away. The nail turned black but there was no pain. ... (2 replies)
... The reason I said not to cover ANY portion of the nail plate with a bandaid, regardless of antibacterial ointment, is because the bacterium that mostly invades the spaces between the nail plate layers and between the nail plate and the nail bed is pseudomonas, and this type of bacterial infection dearly LOVES the nail plate - even more so when it is chock full of moisture,... (12 replies)
... I do this often and have no problems. ... (12 replies)
Fungal toe nail
Oct 29, 2004
... ANY fungal infection will take up to a year to cure no matter what you are using. ... (28 replies)
Fungal toe nail
Oct 28, 2004
... I don't want to jump the gun and get excited just yet, but it's been about three weeks now and I've been squirting the oil of oregano between the lift of the seperation (nail bed and nail) twice a day. I have also been dropping 2 drops of vinager and rubbing into my cuticle 2-3 times a day. I think I can see a nice whitish pinkinsh band of new nail at the base of the nail... (28 replies)
... ABSOLUTELY NOT!! The technician may tell you it is normal, but pain from having artificial nails applied is not only NOT normal, there is no reason for you to experience pain. ... (1 replies)
... ail plate is very porous and can absorb a certain amount of whatever is applied to its surface, including wter. If the ointment is helping the nail plate, I see no reason not to apply to the nail as well. Simply apply a small amount to the cuticle, then massage into the cuticle and the nail plate. ... (1 replies)
... s hot and actually hurts. So I tried using the same cream the doc gave me for my elbows on the nail and it's made a world of difference in just one week. I had no idea that a nail could "correct" itself without growing out. It's not perfect, but much smoother and less obvious and I'm experiencing no hotness or discomfort. ... (1 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. Vitamin E on its own cannot penetrate the nail plate or the skin... (9 replies)




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