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Do you suffer from slow or poor nail growth, brittle nails, breakage, splitting and other nail problems? Then we have good news: You don’t have to spend your whole money on acrylic nails or manicure to have long, strong, and healthy looking nails.

We show you the best natural home remedies for nail growth that really work!

 

Coconut Oil & Honey

Warm three teaspoons of coconut oil and one teaspoon of honey in the microwave for about 20 seconds. Soak your nails in the mixture for about 10 minutes. Do this everyday for about a month to see the full result. You can also wear cotton gloves and let the mixture soak over night.

 

Olive Oil & Lemon

This is one of the best natural home remedies for nail growth! Soak your nails in a mixture of three tablespoons of olive oil and one tablespoon of lemon juice for 10 minutes. Follow this home treatment for about 10 minutes everyday to strengthen your nails.
 Simply applying warm olive oil to the ends of your nails also serves as an effective growth home remedy.

 

Horsetail

Add one teaspoon of dried horsetail stems in two cups of boiling water. Steep it for about 10 minutes and finally drink it as a herbal tea to cure brittle nails and enhance nail growth. If you don’t like the taste, add some honey. You can also soak your nails in this mixture to enhance strong an long nails.

 

Moisturize

Nails that are dry and brittle easily break and split. To harden your nails and prevent breakage, massage your nails with tea tree oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, flaxseed oil, pumpkin seed oil, or vitamin E oil. Do this everyday for about 10 minutes.

 

Increase blood flow

Improving blood circulation to the nails can be done by gently rubbing the nail buffer across the nail beds.

 

Don’t bite

If you bite your nails, you can stop by putting a band-aid or tape around each of the nails you bite. Applying nail polish that has a bitter taste will also help.

 

Nail Care

Always keep your nails clean to prevent infections that slows down nails from growing. Do not leave them wet because wet nails are more susceptible to infection.

 

Diet for Nail Growth

A lack of nutrients is the most common reason for a slow nail growth. Vitamin deficiencies make nails dull and brittle. A diet rich in vitamins, iron, calcium, and protein (nails are made of the protein creatine) is highly beneficial for healthy nails. Therefore, consume a balanced diet with fruits, vegetables, and nuts, but also protein-rich foods like eggs, almonds, yogurt, cheese, and buttermilk. Having jellies or other foods containing gelatin is also regarded as a good natural cure for bad nail growth.