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... If it is taking so long for the oil to be absorbed into the nail plate, then you are applying WAYYYYYYYYYYY too much. ... (6 replies)
... It depends on your genetics, but mostly what you are seeing is age related. ... (1 replies)
... I've been a nail biter all my life. On occasion I've stopped, but to an extent I still do it when I'm stressed. ... (0 replies)

... The Solar Oil will help, but please remember that ridging is something that comes with age because the nail plate dries out to a certian degree. ... (6 replies)
... I'm in my early 20s, and as long as I can remember, my nails have always been the way they are right now. I've noticed many ladies with lovely nails that have a wonderful curvature to it, but mine are rather flat and wide. ... (0 replies)
... Hello there...I have just signed up to be able to answer your question...I purchased T.I.P.S. about two years ago from our shopping chanel in Ontario. All I can say is that I have just repurchased a couple of new bottles over the net...I LOVE IT...I have alway bitten my nails...but with tips... ... (7 replies)
Botanical oils?
Nov 8, 2007
... I finally found a Sally's yesterday and went to buy some botanical oil for ridges on my nails. They didn't know what I was talking about. I have been in a health food store as well and no luck either. ... (2 replies)
... Over the last 10 years I have had this gradual increase in separation from the nail and the bed on my fingernails. ... (0 replies)
... My fingernails were very strong and long for the first 50 years of my life, people assumed they were acrylic when I had a manicure. I could go 5 years without a single one breaking or chipping. ... (6 replies)
... Ridges in the thumb nails that have troughs parallel to the cuticle are usually due to having pushed the cuticle back so far that it is no longer in contact with the new nail being formed. The cuticle is what smooths out the nail as it progressively grows out. ... (17 replies)
Jan 28, 2004
... The ridges you see are actually the rails and grooves upon which the nail plate rides forward. These ridges become more apparent as we age, or if our nail plate becomes excessively dry. ... (1 replies)
Vertical ridges
Nov 5, 2004
... The ridges you are seeing are normal. When they appear in younger persons, it is usually a sign that the nail plate has become dried out. ... (1 replies)
... I have GOOD NEWS! ... (25 replies)
... As a 35 year veteran of the nail industry, I can tell you that the ingredients you listed won't do much for your nails OR your cuticles. Go to a Sally Beauty Supply and purchase a bottle of Botanical Oil in the nail department. ... (7 replies)
... I recently saw an ad for TIPS Nail Conditioning on QVC and wonder if anyone had any luck with it. My nails are dry and peel. ... (7 replies)
... I've had trouble with a weird looking left pointer finger since I was little... ... (0 replies)
... What you are seeing as vertical ridges are actually the 'rails and grooves' upon which the nail plate rides forward on the nail bed. The 'rails' are on the nail bed and act much like train tracks, whereas the 'grooves' are on the underside of the nail plate and act much like the wheels on a train. ... (9 replies)
... Do the lines in your nails look like 'vertical' ridges where there are high lines with low depressions to each side and run from cuticle to free edge? ... (1 replies)

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