Cuticles, also known as cuticles, have an uncomfortable appearance, but they actually create more work for us when they are cut. So is there a way to get rid of cuticles without cutting them?
It is possible to get rid of the annoying appearance of your cuticles with the natural care you will apply regularly at home.
Prepare water that is not too hot or too cold for your hands. Add a few drops of lavender oil and St. John’s Wort oil to your water, which you add to 1 teaspoon of milk. Lavender oil will give off a pleasant smell, and centaury oil will heal any wounds on your fingertips. Or you can substitute lemon juice or apple cider vinegar instead.
When your hands are soft enough, it is enough to soak them in water for 3 to 5 minutes. With the help of an orange stick, gently push your cuticles inwards from the edges. Never cut your cuticles. The purpose of the cuticles is to protect the nail roots from germs and bacteria and to ensure that the nail grows in a healthy way. Disposable orange sticks are more hygienic than metal ones.
Moisturize your cuticles. Try to do this regularly every night, not just after the manicure. Although its structure is different from your skin, your cuticles are a part of your skin and need constant moisturizing like your skin. You can buy various creams and oils that do this job to moisturize your cuticles, or you can use natural products such as olive oil and coconut oil. After moisturizing your cuticles by rubbing the edges, if you keep them warm all night by wearing a woolen glove, the oils will activate more easily and you will wake up with soft hands in the morning.
If you have a habit of biting nails, give up as soon as possible. Apply an antibacterial ointment to your broken and cracked nail edge wounds and help them heal. After applying the ointment, cover your injured fingers with a Band-Aid overnight.