5 Things You May Not Know About Nail Art
Nail art is one of the best ways to change your image. But how much do you know about nail art? We have listed 5 nail arts that you may not know yet, come and see with us.
- Dead skin is not useless
When you do manicure, the manicurist will help you to remove some dead skin and make the nail more perfect. But research has shown that dead skin protects you from bacteria and infections. Dead skin is like a protective barrier that organizes water and bacteria into your body.
- Nails and hair oil are similar
Made nails are made of multiple layers of hard keratin similar to hair. There is also a thin layer of keratin covering most of the surface of your body. It is thickest on the palms and feet. So, what's the difference between hair, nails and skin? Nail and hair keratin contains more cysteine(an amino acid) than soft keratin of the skin. This results in a stronger bond between the cells. Nails are also low in fat and water, and the skin regularly sheds its outer keratin layer, while nails do not.
- Nails grow faster on the hands you are used to
If you are used to using your right hand, the nails on your right hand will grow faster than your left. So you also need to use your nail tool to trim your right fingernail more often.
- Excessive manicure may damage your nail health
If you go to a nail salon often, then you need to pay attention. Excessive manicure may damage your nails. Continuous use of abrasives, harsh chemicals such as polishes, acrylics and gels will make your nails fragile. So it is recommended that you need to rest your nails at intervals.
- Nails will remind you of your health problems
Nails are also one of the easiest ways to focus on health. Changes in nail shape, color, thickness, and nail bed can all be a sign of health problems.
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