The most common reasons people say they need to get their nails professionally manicured are to protect against future infection, and because they want to look better and improve their self-image.
But there’s no evidence to back up the idea that nail manicuring can help you stay healthier.
“If you’ve got an infection or are going to be at high risk for infection, nail manicures might help you avoid that infection,” said Dr. William W. Koehler, a dermatologist and founder of the Dr. Koeshler Foundation.
“They might even help you feel better.
But I would encourage people to be careful and not do these things just to look good.”
To determine if manicures can help prevent future infections, Koehl’s research team used a new method that they say is less invasive than traditional nail-care procedures.
“We’ve taken a whole new approach to nail care.
We don’t use any abrasive substances,” Koehlsons team said in a statement.
“Instead, we use a very gentle brush and a little bit of nail polish.”
The researchers then compared the effectiveness of the two methods to determine which is more effective.
The researchers found that the “soft, non-invasive” method shaved the nail significantly more than the “hard, abrasive” method.
“For people who have an infection, this can be a big benefit.
You’re not putting your nails through the wringer,” Koeshls says.
For people who aren’t at risk for a nail infection, the new method shaved about one-third of the nail, which may not sound like a lot, but it’s enough to significantly reduce the number of times your nails will come into contact with your nails and your skin.
“Infections are serious,” said Koehsers dermatologist, Michael Fischbacher, who also works as an assistant professor at Emory University in Atlanta.
“This is one of the best ways to minimize the chances of future infection.
It’s very well tolerated.”
It’s also very important that you’re not doing any nail-specific activities.
If you’re using nail polish or nail clippers, do not let your nails touch each other or your body.
The “hard” method is even more invasive.
The study found that using a razor blade to shave a finger resulted in the most cuts to the nail.
“I’m a big fan of nail clipper nails,” said Wahlke.
“When you use a razor to do it, the cut is so deep that the cutting blade can actually cut through your skin.”
You should also consider if you’re on an antibiotic or have a condition that makes you more susceptible to infections.
“There’s some research that suggests that a lot of people on antibiotics may actually be more likely to develop infections if they’re manicured,” said Fischbach.
“And if you have a high infection rate or if you are on antibiotics, you are going get a lot more infections than if you don’t.”
In addition to Koehrlsons research, the researchers tested a variety of different products on the team and found that none could be found to be more effective than the new “soft” technique.
The scientists also found that some of the products, like hair gel, had “invisible” or “dirt” to them that didn’t appear on the skin.
That’s why it was important to wear gloves to clean the brush, the team said.
The nail-health tip for people who are not at risk: If you have any type of nail-related infection, such as a nail or nail bed, you need to be very careful about your nails being shaved.
The best way to do this is by not letting your nails get wet or in contact with each other.
Kitzman said if you do get wet, “do a little dabbing to keep your nails moist and to get rid of any dirt that might have been there.”
You can also wash your hands before you apply the nail polish, so don’t get a little too wet.
“Do not apply too much nail polish,” Kitzmans team said, because it could cause the polish to come off too easily.