I Have Hard, Black Toenails & Dry, Peeling Feet

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If you have hard, black toenails and dry, peeling feet, there are a few important things you're going to want to do next. Find out what to do if you have hard, black toenails and dry, peeling feet with help from a licensed nail technician in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone. My name is Joi, licensed nail technician, and I want to talk to you all today about treating hard black toe nails and dry peeling feet. So a few things that I'm going to be using are an antiseptic spray, a towel and a moisturizing foot cream. So as far as the dry black toe nails, that is something that you want to see a doctor about because chances are that you may have built up a fungus beneath the toe nails. Now when it comes to the dry peeling heels, you actually can just cure that with a bit of moisturizer put on before you go to bed at night. So a couple of things here. To prevent the black toe nails to begin with you want to make sure that your toes are kept clean and dry. So one thing that you can use is you can use an antiseptic spray and just gently lightly spray foot. And again, the key here is to keep the toe nails dry. So you want to make sure that when you come out of the shower or bath, when you've finished your pedicure that you thoroughly dry the toes. OK. Then after that to cure the dry peeling heels, you want to put on the cream. And you want to make sure that it is something very emollient and kind of thick. And if you can see the texture of this, it's a little thicker than your average lotion. So you just want to take that and you want to generously put it on to the heels and you want to do this every night before you go to bed. OK. And that should help with the toes and the heels. All right. So hopefully this was helpful to everyone. I want to thank you all again for watching, and my name is Joi. Bye.

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