How To Maintain Healthy Nails

The new year has certainly got off to a rather chilly start for most of us around the UK, which means you may want to make a few small changes to your health and beauty regime if you want to make it through the winter to spring in one piece.

Your nails can often suffer at this time of year, but there is a lot you can do if you’re keen to make sure your hands look lovely season after season. For example, you could consider taking a supplement or two that can help them handle the fact that there’s not much sunshine going around at the moment. Holland and Barrett has an extensive range, some products of which have been designed especially for those with weaker nails.

Focusing on your diet can also help strengthen your fingernails. Stock up on coconut oil, oily fish, nuts, beans and other foods that are rich in protein, as this will help your body to absorb nutrients. If you don’t eat much lean meat, then a zinc supplement might be a good idea as well.

And, of course, you should also try and use a good cuticle oil once a day if you want your nails to look healthy and stay strong. Simply put a little bit on each finger at the start or end of the day and let it soak in. The added benefit is that your fingers will also smell quite nice! Something with almond oil in it would work wonders for your nails at this time of year.

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