Strong, clean, and healthy nails are signs of good health, but not all people are lucky enough to be born with strong nails. If you want to work on the strength of your nails, we have put together a few things that can assist in the process. 

Pamper Your Nails with Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is excellent for your skin, health, hair, and nails. It's moisturising and packed with nutrients. This type of oil is a go-to product for a variety of issues such as eczema, dry hair, dry skin, or brittle nails. It also strengthens and hydrates your cuticles. And if you use coconut oil, you'll notice that your manicure lasts longer and that your nails grow faster.

Thanks to the nourishing ingredients of coconut oil, which comprises vitamins, carbs, minerals, and saturated fats, your nails and cuticles will become healthier and stronger. Moisturised nails are smoother and stronger, so they're less likely to have any ridges and break. Massage coconut oil onto your nails in circular motions before bedtime. Also, apply the oil to your cuticles and wait for 30 minutes for it to be absorbed.

Indulge in Cuticle Oil and Cream

There is no medical reason to trim your cuticles. They act as protective barriers against any infections or inflammation. If you don't like how they look, you can push back your cuticles using a special wooden stick. To keep your cuticles healthy and moisturised you can use special creams and oils. You'll find small cuticle oil essentials with roller applicators, which are convenient to carry wherever you go. Also, creams should be part of your daily cuticle treatments. Apply in small quantities onto your cuticles and massage them gently.

The Heavenly Olive Oil Mix

Warm-up 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil and pour it into a small bowl. Soak your nails for up to 15 minutes. Thanks to the vitamin E found in olive oil, if you regularly apply the oil to your cuticles and nails, they'll become healthier. Massage your fingertips to get the blood flowing and help your nails and cuticles will absorb the rich oil. To lock the moisture in, you can try to soak your nails before bedtime and wear a pair of cotton gloves. While you're asleep, your nails will strengthen, and they'll be shinier and healthier the next morning.

Avoid Acetone

Many nail polish removers contain acetone. This dries and allows your nails to become brittle. Also, consider that you should only use remover once or twice a week but make sure it doesn't contain acetone. If your nails are chipping and peeling, take a break for up to one month from visiting your manicurist. During this time, your nails will regain strength if you massage them with olive and coconut oils.

Fix Your Diet 

Nail cells have high levels of keratin, which is a structural protein. So, if you increase the quantities of protein in your diet, you can boost your nails; strength and growth. Consider eating protein-rich foods such as eggs, meats, seafood, almonds, peanuts, and cheeses.

Your nails are indications of your health. And brittle or weak nails may cause you to become self-conscious. Everybody wants thick, beautiful, and strong nails, although not many people know how to go about their nails' health. But if you apply the above tips, you'll soon notice that your nails will become stronger and shinier. Give it time and be consistent.