Rains of course mean fun, romance, sipping hot coffee and tea with onion rings but it also brings in illness and diseases. So don't be careless about food and hygiene especially in rainy season. As most of the rain-associated diseases are either water-related or due to hygiene issues, and our hands are the most essential part of everyday life and play an important role in keeping us healthy. If nails are kept unclean they can also be the harbour-bed for several diseases. Hence, healths experts across the city insist that it is imperative to keep your nails clean at all times.
Keep your nails short: Long manicured nails may add to your beauty and fashion but during rain humidity also makes the nails brittle and weakens them. Keeping your nails short will avoid nail-breaks and also help you keep hem clean. So, trim your nails regularly. So it's a wise decision to keep your nails short during rainy season.
Clean nails: Clean nails are the symbol of how hygiene-conscious you are. If you do not take proper care to clean your nails, you are automatically making yourself vulnerable to a number of illnesses. This is because the dirt and germs in your nails are invariably being consumed when you use them to eat, thereby giving you a mixture of "germinated protein." Wash your hands before all meals, after using the washroom and as soon as you get home. While washing hands make sure that you wash them till a few inches down your wrist. It's equally essential to dry them using a clean towel.
Diet for nails: Since nails are mainly made up of protein, they can immediately alert us to a lack of it in our diet. Calcium is also important for healthy nails. Sufficient water intake is also important, for as well as keeping the rest of you healthy it provides moisture for nails.
Beauty talk: Nail polishes beautify your nails but at the same time hardeners and cleaners contain substances of nail paint can damage the nail surface. If your nail-surfaces feel damaged, stop using nail polishes for a while.