Mani Pedi

Manicures and pedicures are a good way to take care of your nails, but there are some things you should know about getting them done.

Treating yourself to a manicure or pedicure is more than just a luxurious act of self-care, it’s a time to note your nail condition. Things to look for include dry nails, over grown cuticles, thickening of the nails, yellowing of the nails, ingrown nails or the appearance of sores, cracked, or split nails.

Some conditions might require a trip to the dermatologist, but many can be managed with home care.

If you are giving yourself a home manicure or pedicure, there are some steps to take to best care for your nails.

Going to a spa or salon for your manicure/pedicure?

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