Tips on keeping finger nails from breaking. What can you do besides eat jello an

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  1. LowellWriter profile image76
    LowellWriterposted 9 years ago

    Tips on keeping finger nails from breaking. What can you do besides eat jello and paint on nail strengthener?

  2. aidenofthetower profile image81
    aidenofthetowerposted 9 years ago

    Healthy, beautiful nails is something a lot of people want. In fact, they pay a lot of money to get beautiful nails that aren't real. You can have the real thing with a little knowledge and a lot of care. Sure you will still get the occasional... read more

  3. kmartel profile image53
    kmartelposted 9 years ago

    I'm sorry to break the bad news to all of you out there with soft (not brittle) but just plain soft nails. It has to do with your genes plain and simple.
    I spent years trying to find the perfect vitamin, supplement, mineral, nail hardener, etc.... read more

  4. Answer Man profile image60
    Answer Manposted 9 years ago

    Well for one thing, in order to have strong finger nails you are doing it all wrong, I am sorry to say.

    You need to EAT the nail strengthener and PAINT ON the jello.

    Secondly, a finger nail is only as strong as the finger it is attached to. You need to get a finger-workout tape and have your fingers do a regular workout to it. Preferably one with jazzy music so your fingers don't get bored.

    Thirdly, you should pay more attention to your finger nails.  You know they say plants that you talk to do better than those you don't, so talk to your finger nails.  Tell them how pretty they are. Take them out to a movie or dancing.  Make them feel 'special'.

    Be good to your finger nails and they will be good to you.

  5. pinkyreenie profile image51
    pinkyreenieposted 9 years ago

    Start taking Biotin.  It is a supplement you can get over the counter and it is guaranteed to make your nails stronger and thicken your hair if it is thin.  It takes appox. 3-4 months to see results, but stick with it.  Recommended dose is 350 mgs.

  6. filmchick1987 profile image71
    filmchick1987posted 7 years ago

    Nail breaking is strongly related to stress & lack of certain nutrients in your body. I suggest you invest in a vitamin called 'Hair, Skin & Nails' smile

    I have a hub about nails if you're interested:
    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-have-good-nails

    Good luck!

 
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