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43. While we don’t particularly recommend the practice of mendhi for everyday USA, it would be helpful in covering up some of those age spots, wouldn’t it? Try this tip. Apply vitamin E oil directly to the spots to fade the discoloration.

44. There is also a product that’s been around since Grandma was a youngster. It’s called porcelana and women have credited it for removing age spots for decades.

45. If you spend hours at a time on the computer, be sure you use a rest for your wrists. It will help ward off carpal tunnel syndrome

46. Your nails. Press on? Glue on? Paint on? Take your pick, there are nothing but choices out there. If you have your acrylic nails
done in a nail salon, understand that you do so at your own risk! It seems as though there is a nail salon on every corner in every city in the USA. If
the salon you are using does not replace or sanitize their instruments (files, nippers, brushes, etc.) in between customers, run, don’t walk for the
door. When trying out a new salon, arrive early for your appointment. If you are using a “walk in” shop, make certain you let someone go before
you. Sit or stand where you can “catch the action.” Pay close attention to how the nail tech prepares for the new client. Watch carefully to make
certain that he/she is skilled in the trade and does not accidentally break the skin especially if they haven’t sanitized their instruments. You’ve got a
lot at stake here. With the prevalence of aids, hepatitis and other diseases you can’t be too careful. If you see something that just doesn’t set well, get
up and leave. Try a more “upscale” shop next time.

47. Do not file the corner of your fingernails. It weakens, causing them to break and crac.

48. If your fingernails are brittle, it may be the soap you are using or a hand cream that is perfumed. Most perfumed hand creams contain alcohol which will dry the nails causing them to become brittle.

49. Are your nails cracked, brittle and breaking? Try drinking more water. . .yep. . .back to the water. At least 8 glasses a day. . .and that’s 8 ounce glasses.

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