Updated: Jun 24
BRITTLE NAILS MAY COME WITH AGE
Your nails may change with age. They grow more slowly and may become dull and brittle. They may also become yellowed and opaque.
Nails, particularly toenails, may become hard and thick. Ingrown toenails may be more common. The tips of the fingernails may break.
Lengthwise ridges may develop in the fingernails.
Check with your provider if your nails develop pits, ridges, lines, changes in shape, or other changes. These can be related to iron deficiency, kidney disease, and nutritional deficiencies.
DEMIblue also offers the Deep Nutrition Nail Treatment that works to nourish brittle nails by providing the nutrition needed to build keratin.
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