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Nail Whitening Products

Updated on September 9, 2010

Nail Whitening Products 101

Dirty and yellow nails are not nice to look at. Individuals who have dirty nails are often perceived as dirty and unsanitary. For this reason, using nail whitening products is highly recommended. But before buying these products, there are still some DIY tips that you can do.

Get an old toothbrush and clean your nails using  a whitening toothpaste. Wash with water and repeat the step.
Next, immerse the cotton ball into 3% hydrogen peroxide. After rubbing  the cotton ball onto nails,allow to dry.
Once dry enough, immerse your nails in a bowl of water that has a dissolved tablet of denture cleaner. Let your nails stay in the water for  5 minutes.
In a small bowl, combine 2½ tablespoons of baking soda and 1 tablespoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide until the mixture is like a paste. By using a cotton swab , gently press some paste underneath the tip and top of each fingernail. Let the mixture stay for 3 minutes before washing off..

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Nail Whitening Products

Aside from the DIY method, there are a number of nail whitening products that can simply be purchased and used without any difficulty. This can sometimes be the better remedy as it provides a faster and more efficient solution compared to the DIY method.
Nowadays, many nail whitening products can be bought just about anywhere. If you are able to find a nail whitening pencil, you can use it on your nails as they will make your nails look whiter in as little time as possible. Nail bleach is also a good option. Nail bleach is a topical solution that can easily whiten nails. It 's quite similar to a nail scrub with bleach, but just a bit milder.
If you wish to avoid using nail whitening products, it is important that you know how to avoid getting yellow nails first. A reason why nails become yellow is due to prolonged nail polish. This is because the polish stains the top layer of the nail. To properly avoid staining,it is advisable to apply a good base coat prior to application of colored polish.
When nail whitening products are already out of stock , online stores are good sources of this product.

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