Removing ingrown nails shouldn’t be a daunting task, and fortunately we’re here to help you address this problem.
Just make sure to follow these simple steps and you’ll be good to go. Read on to find out!
Step 1. Prepare Epsom salt
Epsom salt is used in curing a variety of ailments and that includes ingrown nails. Soak some Epsom salt crystals in hot water.
Step 2. Soak your feet in hot water
This will soften your skin as well as your nails, making it much easier to remove the ingrown nail. Do this for 30 minutes.
Step 3. Prepare your tools
You’re going to need some clippers, cotton balls and some tweezers to start removing ingrown nails, so be prepared!
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Once the nails are soft, lift up the ingrown nails and cut it to the correct length and angle to avoid any future ingrown nails from growing.
Step 5. Clean your nails
Use alcohol and gently rub the area before applying antibiotic cream
Step 6. Put antibiotic cream
This is to avoid any irritations and infections after removing and cleaning the ingrown nail.
Step 7. Use cotton ball
Gently rub the cotton ball applied with antibiotic cream on the nails.
Step 8. Cover the nail with bandage
Lastly, cover up the nail with bandage so it heals properly to avoid infections.
If you find yourself dealing with ingrown nails, just follow these easy steps and it’ll disappear in no time! Don’t forget to share this with your family and friends!