Yellowing of the nails is often a problem for the women. This may be due to smoking, applying varnishes with dark colors or because of contact with certain fruits. If you are unsure why they are appearing, then follow our advice on how to get rid of them or visit a doctor for proper diagnosis.
Often the cause of yellowing of the nails are fungus. You should then treat your nails and prevent the spreading because if you do not treat them, nails may fall. If the cause is discovered and the yellowing is caused by dirt or as consequences of varnish, follow our advice. The first step is to wash the nails good wash with soap and brush.
The solution of three percent hydrogen is used for cleaning wounds, teeth whitening and other similar things. However, hydrogen will also clean the nails and give them back their natural color and shine.
Squeeze one lemon and mix it with olive oil. Soak the nails in the solution and hold them like that for about 5 minutes. Nails can be greased just with lemon juice but if your nails are dry and brittle, lemon juice may be too aggressive for them so you should dilute it with the olive oil.
After the treatment you can rub the solution on your hands and leave it to soak. Lemon softens the skin and will solve your problems with spots on your hands.
3. Baking soda
Soda is excellent for cleaning and polishing silver and other metal surfaces, but also can clean your nails and will get rid the bad smell from your hand if you’re a smoker. Make a paste of baking soda and water. Make it thick, but rare enough to be spread on the nails without decomposition
Toothpaste contains chlorine for cleaning the spots from your teeth and thus solves the spots on your nails. What you need to watch out for is that you paste does not damage your nails and cuticles. Apply the paste, scrub with a brush and then rinse.