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Thick Cuticles
Nov 3, 2006
... It simply means that you havne't ever had a real manicure. True cutilce is actually the translucent skin that grows forward on the nail plate from between the nail plate and the proximal nail fold. If you have skin around your nail plate that is thick, it is actually the epony****m. These are two entirely different things. If the epony****m is thick, you can try using a... (1 replies)
Thick Cuticles
Nov 2, 2006
... My cuticles are very thick and overgrown what can cause this? ... (1 replies)
... Are they thick and overgrown? ... (4 replies)

... My cuticles are a nightmare! They are very thick and tough and they adhere very tightly to the nail, so they are very difficult to push back, even after soaking. Plus, they grow back so quickly. ... (1 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)
... Also worth noting, I have light ridging on all my fingernails, if they might be related. And last week I had some peeling of the skin right below my cuticles on my index fingers. ... (1 replies)
... I thought my cuticles were just overgrowing, but I seem to be growing additional nails on top of my regular nails. They're in a half moon shape and cover the whole nailbed area. ... (3 replies)
... In my case I have to cut them out at least every 6 weeks. I have very deep cuticles on my toes which makes it hard to dig out. I have to cut away some of my skin on my big toes. ... (4 replies)
... it doesn't taper down to the thinness that cuticles usually seem to have where they stick to the nail. ... (2 replies)
... tion to build up in the nail from the speed of the drill. It also comes if the technician applies the gel layers too thick. What happens when it is applied too thick is that when it is placed under the light to cure, it will "shrink" too much and grip the nail plate with such force that the client will feel pain. ... (1 replies)
... If you want to paint your nails so both hands look good, you need to understand how your left hand works. If you are right handed, your left hand will 'mirror' what your right hand does. If you hold your left hand towards you to paint those nails, you need to hold your right hand 'away' from you to paint with your left hand. In other words, lay your right hand on the table... (2 replies)
... My cuticles are in HORRIBLE shape.. I mean bad. I have hang nails everywhere, they're really dry, and very thick. Surprisingly, my nails are very strong. ... (2 replies)
... The reason that artificial nails helped you stop your nail biting habit is that nail biters are on a quest for order, and nail enhancements create instant order. As long as there is even the most minute piece of something out of place (order) the biter will attack with a frenzy. This poor girl sounds almost like a cannibal nail biter. There are three kinds of nail biters:... (7 replies)
... Yep, getting fake nails stopped me too. I also picked at my cuticles and the fake nails are too thick to allow me to do even that. After 30 years of nail biting and cuticle picking fake nails were the only thing that made me stop. ... (7 replies)
... Scrub the nails and cuticles with a soft toothbrush and soap and water. Rinse really well! ... (3 replies)
Stop Biting Nails
Dec 30, 2002
... I started getting acrylic nails and that took care of my nail biting and cuticle picking. The fake nails are too thick for me to be able to use them to pick and tear at my cuticles. ... (4 replies)


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