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Protect Your Nails and Cuticles This Year!

A Resolution For Healthy Nails!

 

The New Year is here, which means a new wave of cold weather and frigid temperatures are coming, bringing with them a whole series of problems for your skin and bodily health. And one of the most overlooked parts of your body affected by this burst of cold is your nails.

You may already be starting to feel some dryness as a result of the cooler weather, but in reality, winter has just started, and the upcoming winter dryness can significantly impact the skin around your nails, leading to problems with your nails’ appearance, as well as potential short and long-term pain and infection. (1)

But you don’t need to worry about your nail health this winter anymore, as there ARE WAYS you can not only NOURISH your nails, but STRENGTHEN them too - all the more important as indoor heating rises and the thermostat drops.

In this blog we talk about the danger of winter on your nails and cuticles, and how to achieve your BEST NAIL HEALTH ever all season long!

 

THE WINTER AND YOUR NAILS

 

 

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The first thing to know about your nail health and winter is that this is a problem that affects everyone. In fact, it’s recommended that SPECIAL ATTENTION be paid to people when entering this season to help PREVENT problems before they even begin.

In the winter, your nail plate can become dehydrated, which can lead to the disintegration of your nails. Fraying of edges, splitting nails, and peeling nails are all common problems you may experience in winter, which can lead to your nails becoming even more delicate and potentially catching on clothes and objects. You may even find yourself struggling to pick things up when your nails break in winter, which can make even your most mundane tasks suddenly difficult. (2)

Bottom line: your nails can become really brittle and experience less moisture during the winter. And though gloves may seem like a great way to reduce the deterioration of your nails outside, indoor heating can also harm your nails, as the extreme of indoor heating is the flip side of cold, outdoor winter air. (3)

 

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Another thing that can contribute to the dryness of your nails and cuticles is the overwashing of the hands common during winter. Whether it's because of germs, the cold, or more time indoors, it's important that you be mindful of drying out your hands from excessive washing, which can cause your nails to become brittle and dry.

 

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The reason this is so dangerous is because of the protein that composes your fingernails – also called keratin. It’s essential that you protect your keratin during winter, and keep your nails healthy. One way to check to see if your nails are healthy is by ensuring there are no grooves or pits on your nails, and that they’re smooth and free of spots. (5)

To check if your nails are at risk of becoming unhealthy during winter before it gets too cold out there, ask yourself if your nails were brittle during spring and summer. Some people may have chronic problems with their nails that winter can make look – and potentially feel – a lot worse. (6)

 

To protect your nails from the harsh winter weather, check out Garner's Garden 100% All-Natural Cuticle Oil, which is specially formulated with only the most natural essential oils to strengthen nails and remedy irritated skin.

 

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PROTECT YOUR NAILS TODAY

 

Though your nails may seem like a simple part of your body, the problems with them can quickly spiral. For example, flakiness, dryness, brittleness, breaking, and chipping can all worsen on particularly cold days, which are definitely on their way as we enter this new year. One way to prevent this is by using CUTICLE OIL.

Believe it or not, your cuticles are the essential part of your nail, acting as a protectant and sealant to strengthen and protect your nails. CUTICLE OIL leads to the increased hydration of your nails, as well as the decrease in the likelihood of breakage. Think about it – just like you need ALL-NATURAL HAIR OIL to protect your hair, you need ALL-NATURAL CUTICLE OIL to protect your nails. (7)

 

Hydrating your nails keeps them healthy and strong to fight the rough cold wind. Moisturize your nails today with the anti-fungal and antibacterial power of GARNER'S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL CUTICLE OIL!

 

Another danger for your nails are temperature fluctuations and the going from indoors to outdoors, and vice versa. This alters the moisture levels of your nails, which is why using a MOISTURIZER is so important. The right ALL-NATURAL MOISTURIZER can help replenish the loss of moisture common during winter, as well as help your skin retain moisture when you need it. (8)

 

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To better understand how to protect your nails, it’s important to know that there are five central parts of your nail. These include your nail fold, nail plate, lunula, cuticle, and nail bed. Your keratin is directly related to these parts, which is why any kind of swelling of your keratin can be so dangerous to your nails.

To ensure better health, be sure you’re drinking at least eight glasses of water a day, and taking the necessary PREVENTATIVE MEASURES to keep your nails healthy. These including cleaning your nails to avoid bacteria infestations, and, of course, staying hydrated, which will help keep your nails and cells in general good health. (10)

And if you need a little science to back up the importance of keeping your nails hydrated, listen to this: you have a lower amount of oil in your nails. This is because your nail cell walls can keep water from penetrating your skin easily, so it's a great idea to give your body the hydration BOOST it needs with ALL-NATURAL CUTICLE OIL today! (11)

 

To strengthen your nails against the cold this winter, check out Garner's Garden 100% All-Natural Argan Oil, which is organic, cold-pressed, and made with only the finest all-natural ingredients to soothe, hydrate, and moisturize you all winter long!

 

 

 

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Sources:
  1. https://www.halecosmeceuticals.com/blog/protect-cuticles-from-winter/
  2. https://www.nailsmag.com/391621/the-nail-doctor-cold-weather-can-affect-nails
  3. https://healthscopemag.com/health-scope/winter-proof-your-nails/
  4. https://www.scienceabc.com/humans/why-is-the-skin-under-our-nails-so-sensitive.html
  5. https://www.amymyersmd.com/article/hair-skin-nails-cold-weather/
  6. https://www.beautyjunkees.com/winter-nail-care-routine/
  7. https://www.healthshots.com/preventive-care/self-care/follow-these-5-easy-ways-to-protect-your-nail-in-winter/
  8. https://blueskycosmetics.co.uk/blogs/blog/winter-nail-care-tips
  9. https://orangevillefootclinic.com/winternail/
  10. https://nuvail-rx.com/2014/03/20/keep-nails-healthy-cold-winter-months/
  11. https://freshtherapies.com/protecting-your-nails-in-cold-weather/
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