In winter, not only our skin but our nails also need special care. But often we ignore them due to which our nails start breaking. You can take special care of these tips.

Nails Care Tips: Often people take special care of their skin during the winter season. People take many measures to prevent the skin from becoming dry and lifeless. But often in the midst of all this, we ignore the extra and proper care of our nails. In such a situation, due to neglect, many times our nails start becoming lifeless. With the continuous use of nail polish, the natural moisture of the nails starts to be lost. In such a situation, proper care of nails must be taken in winter.

You must have often heard from your elders since childhood that less nail paint should be applied to the nails so that meanwhile your nails get time to breathe. This statement of elders is also true. If you keep using nail paint and thinner on your nails continuously, it will make them dry and dull. Also, due to the cold winds in winter, the skin around the nails becomes very dry. Along with this, due to the lack of moisture in the nails, dryness starts coming in it, due to which they start breaking. In such a situation, with the help of these tips, you can take special care of your nails in winter.

  • Start moisturizing your nails daily. Make it a habit and use a good hand cream, which will help in keeping your nails moisturized and will also make your hands smell good.
  • Never cut cuticles. Instead, apply cuticle lotion on the skin near the nails. By doing this you will get benefited.
  • Never apply nail paint without a primer base. Doing so can spoil the texture of your nails and eventually dry them out completely.
  • Water should be avoided as much as possible during winter because just as it dries out your skin, it also dries out the nails and will make your nails hard.
  • Using homemade nail masks instead of chemical-rich products available in the market will be beneficial for your nails.
  • In winter, use gloves as much as possible to protect your nails from the cold winds.
  • Try to avoid getting nail extensions or manicures done during winter.

Disclaimer: The advice and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.