Take care of your nails in the best way by cleaning them, filing them and moisturizing both nails and cuticles. Finish off with a protective nail polish, perhaps in a nice color.


By washing and scrubbing the nails you prevent bacteria from getting under them. But don’t overdo it. Keep in mind that too much contact with water can also weaken your nails. Take care of your nail care equipment and disinfect, for example, scissors, nail clippers and manicure equipment often to remove bacteria. Avoid sharing nail care equipment with others

Do not wear on the nails

A bad habit that really destroys your nails is if you bite your nails. Rather file away chips in the nails and keep them evenly so as not to be tempted to bite them. Other wear is when you use your nails as tools, so the next time you plan to open a package or similar – use a scissor or knife instead.

Moisturize the cuticles

Use a moisturizing cuticle cream in your hand care routine. A moisturizing cream takes extra care of your nails and cuticles to keep them healthy. Do not cut the cuticles, but rather use a cuticle stick and put them down if they are gone.

Strong brittle nails

Also moisturize the nails themselves when they feel dry and brittle. Take special care with moisturizing after removing nail polish. Nail oil is a good moisturizing product to strengthen nails that chip away. The oil helps moisturize and nourish the cuticles, nails and skin. Thin nails are broken at the weakest or most exposed part. If you have weak and thin nails, a strengthening base coat is perfect to use.