Nail Pain: A Warning Signal Not to Ignore

Do you have sore nails and wonder what that means? Often benign, nail pain can nevertheless indicate conditions requiring medical attention. Understanding the potential causes of this pain can help you respond appropriately and avoid complications. Common Causes of Nail Pain Trauma is the most common cause of nail pain. A direct blow, such as hitting with a hammer or getting your finger stuck in a door, can result in a subungual hematoma, commonly known as a “black toenail”. This may require medical drainage if the pain is severe or the finger is swollen and difficult to move. Other Sources …

Diseased nails: The best tips for treating them

Do you notice brown, yellowish, or white spots on your nails? Or maybe a very sore nail catches your eye? Take the situation seriously. Don’t hope that the problem will simply go away. These are probably signs of a nail disease that will not resolve on its own. In this article, nail supply expert Maryton explains it all to you. Read on! Sick nails: Go see When you take on the task of caring for your nails, there are several paths available to you. If you suffer from an ingrown toenail without suspicious spots, the chiropodist could be a good first port …

Base coat: what is it and what is it for?

We tend to confuse base coat and top coat, and yet, these two types of varnish are very different and each have their uses in your manicure. In this article, Maryton Nail Supply will tell what is base coat and what is it for. Read on! The base coat or varnish base is a specific type of varnish that is applied as a first layer, on the natural nail and under the varnish layer. The base coat is generally transparent, even if we find rose, apricot or peach colored varnished base coats. The base coat has several uses: not only will it …

UV nail lamp, what is it for?

On natural nails or false nails, a well-applied varnish enhances the hands and highlights them. To successfully apply false nails and/or semi-permanent varnish, professionals use UV nail lamps.  However, what is this equipment used for? Keep reading, Maryton nail supply will give you answers. The UV nail lamp is used in some manicure techniques to dry polish, gel or resin on the nails. Used mainly by professionals, it can also be purchased to apply varnish at home. The UV lamp allows you to be more successful in applying gel, resin or semi-permanent varnish. Not only will it fix the varnish, but it …