Many people feel frustrated with their “ugly” toenails. In this blog we share information regarding some of the conditions that may be affecting your toenails
If the skin bordering your nail bed is irritated, swollen, red, and it’s painful to the touch, you have an ingrown toenail. Here are some of the dos and don’ts regarding this condition.
After a long winter, we weren’t convinced that it would really happen, but warmer weather is on its way. Have your feet been cramped up and withering away in layers of snow boots and woolen socks for the past several months?
You’ll find the fungus that causes trouble for your toes at public pools or locker rooms. Your toenails will lose color and will become brittle.
Ingrown toenails cause pain and infections. The skin actually becomes inflamed as the toenail grows in a bent shape and pushes down into the skin.
Toenail fungus is not something you want to get. It can be acquired from an unclean pedicure, gym locker rooms or from public pools.
To deal with ingrown toenails correctly is to take the proper precautions when needed.
Toenail Fungus can be unsightly and painful and may potentially lead to major surgery. It will require treatment if not managed correctly.