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How do you take care of your cuticles?

Nail salon 73012 - DiVa’s Spa & Nails - Nail salon in Edmond, OK : How do you take care of your cuticles? If it's too difficult, find a nail salon is the best solution. Our goal is to create the best kind of care you can receive from a nail salon. We want every client who steps through the door to have a good experience.

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How do you take care of your cuticles?

It’s important to keep your cuticles clean at home. This prevents infection.


The easiest way to care for them is to soak your hand or foot in soapy, warm water for around 10 minutes every few days. This helps soften the cuticle and keeps your nails clean.


You can also apply cuticle oil and a massage cream. Moisturize your cuticles regularly to prevent dryness and cracking.


Is it safe to cut them?

Research about the safety of cutting cuticles is mixed. This includes cutting them at home or in a nail salon.


Cuticles protect both your nails and the skin surrounding them from infection. After cutting the cuticle, it’s easier for bacteria and germs to get inside. This can lead to an infection.


Most nail salons continue to cut cuticles, despite these guidelines. They argue that it helps polish go on better and stay on longer.


Instead of having them cut at your next manicure, ask your technician to just push back the cuticle and trim loose skin and hangnails.


How can you safely remove or trim them?

If you still want to trim your cuticles, it’s important to soften them first. You can do this by soaking your nails in warm water. Taking a bath or shower can also help soften them.


Next, apply cuticle remover. If your cuticles are dry, apply a moisturizer, too.


Using a cuticle pusher, carefully push back the cuticle along the nail bed. Trim excess skin and hangnails but never cut off the entire cuticle. The idea is to remove excess skin and hangnails only.


Cuticle pushers are made from various materials. You can purchase them at most beauty supply stores or online.


Cracked or peeling cuticles

The area around the nail bed is very delicate. It’s common for cuticles to crack or peel. You can use cuticle oil or moisturizer to hydrate them. It’s safe to apply daily. You can also apply Vaseline overnight to soothe damaged cuticles.


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