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... It depends; you can have skin cancer of the nail and it exhibits a black line, that does not go away. I just saw a documentary on this condition... Its mostly predominate on the toe nails.... (5 replies)
... I am a 50 yr old healthy and in shape woman. I am fair skinned and blonde. I have been wearing solar/acrlylic nails for 20+ yrs. For the last 3 months I have developed several black vertical lines in the middle of the nail. My nail lady, who is vietnamese, says it is a bruise... I'm not comfortable with that as a reply because of course they are not trained in diseases of the... (5 replies)
Solar Tips??
Jan 22, 2006
... Solar nails is not the correct spelling - it is ONE word and will be prominently displayed as such on the bottles of liquid and powder. (3 replies)

Solar Tips??
Jan 19, 2006
... I probably read wrong about saying it was solar tips.. ... (3 replies)
Solar Tips??
Jan 17, 2006
... file your natural nail plate during preparation, does not crack off any loose or lifted material during a fill appointment and does not apply the nails longer than your lifestyle and nail plate shape will allow. ... (3 replies)
... To help rehydrate the nail palte, apply a good quality nail and cuticle ol such as Solar OIl or Botanical Oil twice daily. Solar oil is available at fine nail salons and in Ulta Cosmetic outlets nationwide. ... (1 replies)
May 30, 2009
... also cause the nail plate layers to break apart somewhat and dirt can get trapped in these disrupted layers. Go get a manicure and ask them to lightly buff your nails to remove the ridging. Then use a good quality nail and cuticle oil on them at least twice a day. ... (1 replies)
... anil and cuticle oil that contains Jojoba and Vitamin E oils. Apply twice daily and always at night. The oil will help to condition and moisturize the skin and nails and help the nails to remain flexible and strong. ... (3 replies)
... If you are using Solar Oil, then that will work, but it cannot fight against the drying effects of the formaldehyde in the nail strengthener. ... (4 replies)
... forgot to mention that i've been using solar something or other cuticle oil several times a week before i started the nail strengthener. My mother's nails started getting heavy ridges and splitting as she got older.. but i'm only 41.. should be happening to me yet! ... (4 replies)
... You were right to remove the product to expose the infection to the air. Keeping the nails clean and dry will help to remove moisture which is what the infection needs to survive. ... (3 replies)
... If so, you can use Solar Oil or Botanical Oil to help them remain flexible so they won't tear or break so easily. ... (3 replies)
... Artificial nails require a committment of not only your time, but financial as well. ... (3 replies)
... anicures will help improve the condition of your nails, so book a series of regular appointments at your local Nail Spa or salon. Also, ask them for a bottle of Solar Oil by Creative Nail Design and apply it several times a day, massaging it into the cuticles and the nail plate. ... (1 replies)
Finger Nails
Nov 15, 2007
... cks. The rails are on the surface of the nail bed and the grooves are on the underside of the nail plate. As we age, or if we use a lot of strong solvents, our nails become dried out and the rails and grooves become apparent as vertical ridging in the nail plate. ... (3 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)
... A nail melanoma (mole) generally developes in the matrix and is evidenced by a brown, fairly wide line that extends from the matrix all the way to the free edge. A nail mole can be benign or malignant and should be immediately seen to by your physician. A spot that looks like a splinter is nothing to worry about as I said before. (5 replies)
... If they are tiny lines that look like splinters and are growing forward with the nail plate, they are just 'splinter hemoraghes' and are nothing to worry about. Splinter hemoraghes are caused by voids between the nail plate cells which fill up with blood from the underlying tissues. These can occur quite often, or you can get just a few and never have any more. No one knows... (5 replies)
... How long have you had those lines? Also is it on your hands or feet? (5 replies)
... Do the black lines look like tiny splinters under the nail? Do they look like black 'spots' that might be irregular in shape? Is the nail sensitive where the spot is? (5 replies)

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