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... use the pumice stone to gently, GENTLY, scrub around all edges of your finger nails. If you're skin is sore, just do what you can. Every little bit helps. It's kinda as if you were using fine sand paper to smooth out a wood carving. ... (1 replies)
... for a small tube. I was told to use it twice a day on skin and nail to moisturize and always use a moisturizing Nail Polish Remover. ... (7 replies)
... You can get Botanical Oil in the nail department of Sally Beauty Supply or Solar Oil in fine nail salons. Apply a small amount to each nail and massage into the nails and the cuticles. If you do this every day, you will see an improvement within the first month. ... (8 replies)

... About 5 years ago I had the nails on my 2 second smallest toes, near the outside, split. ... (1 replies)
... attach quicker. Maybe I was more focused on pushing back the thumb nail cuticle too rather than the finger nails. ... (17 replies)
... eek info on my nails. As I have talked with many people who have eczema issues and none have had issues with the nails, and recently I have ben learning that the nails could be the answer to certain medical issues. ... (4 replies)
... in it as a regimen, and post back to this board the results! The friendly bacteria oral supplements mentioned above should stop the body itchiness and keep the nails from getting worse. ... (4 replies)
... Your nails are hereditary, just like your skin and hair. The shape will also follow the shape of the underlying finger tip bone. If you rhands are small, your fingers are thin, the nails will be thin. So who wants big wide nails anyway? ... (3 replies)
... my toenail now some 25 years later snowboarding, and it appears the nail base is separated from the bone and loose. This can happen from stubbing a toe, acrylic finger nails getting caught on something, etc. ... (2 replies)
... I have a white line on my ring finger on my left hand. I also have a small white spot on both my pinkie and my index finger. I have no idea where it came from, or how I can get rid of it. ... (3 replies)
... the green discoloration on your nails is the result of a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. ... (3 replies)
... apply a new set. Needless to say, my natural nails look AWFUL now!!!! Plus, I have noticed that on one hand, three nails have gotten a green fungus on top and they are starting to separate from the nail bed. I am afraid my nails will never grow over that separation... ... (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. ... (1 replies)
Weird nails
Apr 23, 2005
... Well, I've got really weird nails. They're sort of like really small and they can't ever seem to grow to a proper nail. It's hard to explain how it looks, but they're really really tiny and it doesn't cover the tip of the finger.. ... (0 replies)
... You could very well have excema around the nails since this has been an on-going complaint since childhood. The oil will still help as will the cortisone cream/ointment. Please learn to wear gloves while nursing; it is not only for your health, but for the health of your skin. Wash your hands with MILD soap such as ivory or another of your choice. Choose one that says for... (5 replies)
... but my fingers look like this year round..ect. My fingers have been this way since I was a small child. ... (5 replies)
Cutical creams
Nov 24, 2004
... available in fine nail salons or through Ulta Cosmetic outlets nationwide. Apply a small amount to each nail and massage into the nails and the cuticles at least twice daily. ... (2 replies)
... skinned individuals. Longitudinal melanonychia results from deposition of melanin in the nail plate from a variety of causes. A small number of people with longitudinal melanonychia have subungual melanoma. ... (15 replies)
... I've noticed small dark splinter-like lines under my nails. A single line will appear on one nail every few to several weeks. I've had them on index, thumb, ring finger. They are located near the tip of the nail and are reddish brown or a darker purple color (almost black). Does anyone else have these or know what they are? (2 replies)
... The thing is,I noticed that the skin that gets under my nails when they are big looks diferent than the rest of my finger skin,specially right after cutting it. ... (0 replies)

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