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    **Steve Xavior** Male

    Join Date
    Apr 2014


    clip them on regular basis
    use a better moisturiser
    filing direction should be from sides towards center
    buff your nails and smooth ridges in your nails and make them shiny as well
    you can even have a checkup and ask doctor about the presence of fungus or infection.

  2. #22

    **jessica carter** Female

    Join Date
    Jul 2016


    Apply moisturizer whenever you wash your hands.
    especially at night when you are going to sleep you should apply a hand cream on them.
    and with this you should try Biotin from nutritionforest

  3. #23


    thanks! ashma for giving a useful and informative answer.

  4. #24


    Yes, Nail Polish is a best option to protect nails from breaking and decay. It also reduces moisture loss. But you have to apply the best quality polish on nails rather than buying it from a less famous brand.

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