Nail maintenance is part of overall wellness and is just as important as skin care, hair care, and dental care.
Nails are not meant to scrape or scrub during housework or even to scratch off your winning lottery tickets!
Working one’s nails too abrasively can cause splitting and even lifting, which can lead to fungus growth. This is important for both women and men to remember.
Drink lots of water, and use a hardener and cuticle oil daily to help maintain strong and healthy nails.
In addition to good nail care, these will also allow your fresh new manicure to last twice as long!
Shanita Ray has been a nail technician since March of 2010 and performs manicures, pedicures, and gel nail services. She’s also in training to provide other spa services at The Spa at Midtown.