May 07, 2012
May 18, 2012
Your cuticles help protect your new forming nail, you should be pushing it back but lightly. You shouldn't clip them unless you have a piece of hanging skin or a rip or tear. You should never pull your cuticle when you are clipping them. It can cause infections which are painful and most nail technicians wont work on infected nails. Instead of trimming your cuticles all the time, try giving yourself a hot oil manicure. Or use cuticle softener every day. You can push back your cuticles gently while you are in the bath or shower. And make sure your nails are well conditioned and moisturized. Hope this helps a little.
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