Slipping on mittens is one way to shield your nails from the ravages of cold weather. But it’s not the only solution. Keep yours strong, healthy, and pretty with this handy guide. Cold temperatures bring snowball fights, hot chocolate—and, quite often, craggy nails and cuticles. Since cold dry air is especially rough on hands, it’s a good idea to have a weatherproofing plan right at your fingertips. With these simple hand and nail care steps, though, it’s easy to keep hangnails and cuticle issues from ruining the awesome manicure.
- Apply a moisturizer to your nails and cuticles. It will help lock water into the nail, which is good for strong, healthy nails.
- Take dietary supplement for nails and hair. Biotin may help build nail thickness and hardness while reducing the chance of splitting.
- To improve nails texture, use nail strengthening polish