Today we'll share a few tips to help you keep your nails in the best condition possible this winter:
- If your workplace doesn't allow you to wear colorful nail polish (like this stunning Milani at-home salon which comes with a precision brush and is DBP, toluene & formaldehyde free) you should consider using a clear nail polish, which will protect your brittle nails against the onslaught of the environment.
- Eat foods that are rich in vitamin B7 (AKA Biotin) as it will help your body to process amino acids, producing fatty acids. Biotin rich foods include Swiss chard and carrots, as well as fish, nuts and other protein sources.
- Use a rich moisturising hand cream, such as Cowshed's Cow Slip Soothing Hand Cream twice a day.
If your toes and fingers are cold even when you wear gloves and socks, you may have to consider a different strategy. Keeping your core warm and wrapped up under several layers, will help encourage blood flow to all your extremities. Experts suggest that you keep tight jewellery and clothing away from your joints.
Glamour Gloves give your manicure that extra moisture boost and keeps your hands warm at the same time.