Remedies for brittle nails can be expensive. Want a simpler cure for your brittle nails? Cure your brittle nails with products you can find at home. Here are some DIY mixtures to cure your brittle nails.

Massaging the nail – Brittle nails can come from lack of moisture and slow blood circulation. You can improve this by gently massaging your nails with olive oil or nail creams daily. It will only take a few minutes of your time and you will see result in just a few days. Massage your nails and the cuticle areas to improve nail growth.

Olive oil and Lemon Juice – Massage your nails with a mixture of olive oil and lemon juice twice a week for stronger and healthier nails. Use a teaspoon of olive oil and a few drops of lemon juice. After massaging the nail wrap it in foil and let it sit. Wash of the mixture and feel your healthy glowing nails.

Tea Tree oil and Vitamin E – A couple drops of vitamin E and a teaspoon of tea tree oil can do wonders for your nails. Rub this mixture on your nails as much as you can and see a huge improvement.

Sea Salt Soak – This easy to make soak can improve your nails brittleness instantly. Use this mixture twice a week for about 10 to 15 minutes. You will need two teaspoons of fine sea salt, lemon juice, wheat germ oil or any aromatic oil of your choosing. Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl of warm water. Voila instant sea salt soak!

Vitamin E Nail Overnight Treatment – This is a simple and easy trick to fix brittle nails. Before going to sleep gently massage vitamin E oil on your nails and wrap in foil or use manicure gloves. Sleep with it on and notice a huge difference in the morning.

Beer Soak – Soaking you nails in a mixture of beer, apple cider vinegar and olive oil can increase moisture in your nails. Soak your nails in equal parts of the mixture for about 10 to 15 minute two to three times a week for best results. This soak is also great for the hair and skin.

Herbal Cream – Recycle used teabags of peppermint and chamomile tea. After drinking your tea create an herbal cream with your used teabags. Rip apart the teabag and use the herbs inside to make an easy nail moisturizer. Mix the herbs in a bowl, with two table spoon of wheat flour and a teaspoon of olive oil. Use this mixture as cream. Massage your nails with the cream and let it sit for an hour, then rinse.

Lemon Juice – Brittle nails can come from strong and harmful nail polish a quick and easy remedy is lemon juice! Simply dap lemon juice on to your nails daily and see a huge difference after a week.

 

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