7. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a good antioxidant with antibacterial and antifungal properties that protects your nails from the negative effects of free radicals. Massage coconut oil on your nails and the surrounding skin until it’s fully absorbed.
If your nails suffer from additional issues such as peeling or splitting, there is no better way to fix them than immerse your nails in a bowl of warm milk for 5 minutes. The calcium present in the milk also leaves your nails looking whiter. Additionally, if you really want to toughen up your nails, add in an extra dose of egg yolks and the protein will do its work.
9. Vitamin E
Vitamin E oil is good for not just your nails, but your nail bed as well. It repairs and straightens the damaged nails, and heals the cuticles. It also improves blood circulation and accelerates nail growth. Apply the oil directly to your nail and nail beds and leave it until completely absorbed.
10. Sea Salt
Commonly used in the bath, the healing and rejuvenating properties of seas salt is not unfamiliar to us all. Combine around 4 teaspoons of sea salt with warm water and a few drops of wheat germ oil. You can skip using the wheat germ oil if you don’t have any. Soak your nails in this solution for 10 minutes and start seeing the results.