8 Tips to Grow Nails Faster and Stronger


It’s no secret that having strong, healthy nails is something that many of us aspire to. After all, who doesn’t love the look of a well-manicured set of nails? While there are plenty of products on the market that claim to promote faster and stronger nail growth, there are also a few simple tips and tricks that you can do at home to help achieve the same goal.

Here are a few tips to grow nails faster and stronger:
Don’t bite your nails

If you want to grow your nails faster and stronger, one of the worst things you can do is bite them. Not only does this damage your nails, but it also prevents them from growing as quickly as they otherwise could. If you’re struggling to kick the habit, here are a few tips that might help:

-Keep your nails trimmed short to prevent yourself from biting on them. Nail biting often leads to skin infections and deformed nails. You may want to grow out your nails immediately but first, you have to stop the nail-biting habit and trimming short will help you break the habit sooner. Then you can focus on growing out your nails.

-Paint your nails with coloured nail polish or a nail-strengthening base coat. This will remind you not to bite them every time you have the urge to bite your nails.

-Think about why you bite your nails. Are you anxious or stressed? Try to find other ways to cope with these feelings that don’t involve damaging your nails. Try breathing exercises or drinking some cold water to calm yourself in an anxious moment. Seek professional help if the habit continues even after trying some self-help remedies.

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Eat a nutrient-rich diet

A nutrient-rich diet is essential for healthy nails. So, incorporate plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein in your diet. Also, be sure to get enough biotin. Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin that is found in many foods, including eggs, salmon, avocados, nuts, and seeds. Getting enough biotin can help strengthen your nails and make them grow faster.

Use a cuticle oil

Use a cuticle oil

Cuticle oil is an essential part of any nail care routine. It helps to nourish the nails and cuticles, and can also help to prevent hangnails. Cuticle oil can be found at most beauty supply stores, or you can make your own at home. You can use jojoba oil or olive oil as a cheap alternative to the expensive cuticle oil that is available in stores.

To use cuticle oil, simply apply a few drops to the nails and cuticles and massage in. You can do this twice a day or as often as needed. If you have particularly dry nails, you may want to apply the oil before bed and wear gloves overnight.

Protect your nails from damage

Nails are susceptible to damage from everyday activities. Follow these simple steps to protect your nails and keep them looking healthy:

-Wear gloves when doing dishes, cleaning, or using harsh chemicals.

-Be careful when opening cans or using tools that can nick or break nails. Do not use your nails as tools as your nails are too delicate.

-Avoid biting or picking at your nails.

-Trim your nails or file them regularly. Trimming your nails and filing them regularly can prevent sudden breakage due to wear and tear.

Consider using a nail hardener

using a nail hardener

There are many products available on the market that can help to harden nails and promote growth. Some of these products contain ingredients that can strengthen nails and help to repair the damage. Others provide a protective barrier that helps to prevent nails from breaking or chipping.

If you are interested in using a nail hardener, be sure to read the label carefully to choose one that is right for you. There are products available for both natural and artificial nails. You should also consider the frequency with which you plan to use the product, as well as any possible side effects.

Keep your nails hydrated

Your nails are made up of keratin, a protein that is also found in your skin and hair. Keeping them hydrated is key to maintaining their strength and preventing breakage.

There are a few simple ways to keep your nails hydrated:

1. Use a hand cream or lotion after washing your hands. This will help to lock in moisture and keep your nails from drying out.

2. Wear gloves when doing dishes or cleaning the house. The harsh chemicals in the cleaners dry out your skin and nails and wearing reusable gloves protect your skin and nails from them.

3. Drink plenty of water! Staying hydrated from the inside out is essential for healthy nails. Aim for 8 glasses of water per day to keep your nails (and the rest of your body!) hydrated.

By following these simple tips, you can keep your nails hydrated and healthy.

Do an oil soak weekly

If you want your nails to be strong and healthy, you need to do an oil soak at least once a week. You can use any type of oil, but olive oil, coconut oil, and jojoba oil are a few of the best options. Just pour some oil into a bowl and warm it up slightly and check the temperature before you dip your nails into them. Soak your nails in it for about 15 minutes and wipe the excess oil and wear cotton gloves to seal the moisture.

Give your nails a break from manicures and nail polish

Your nails are constantly growing, but sometimes they need a break from all the manicures and nail polish. This may seem counterintuitive, but your nails need time to breathe in order to grow stronger and faster. When you apply nail polish or get a manicure, your nails are actually being suffocated which can lead to weak and brittle nails.

Gels and acrylics strip away the natural moisture and natural oils that protect your nails. Constant exposure to them may weaken your nails over time. Removing the gel polish and acrylics is a tedious process which involves harsh chemicals like acetone and scrapping of your nail bed and buffing which erodes your natural nails. Give them a break every once in a while so they can stay healthy. Apply a strengthening base coat and cuticle oil and go for a natural look in between your manicure sessions once in a while. You will notice a difference in your nail’s health within 3-6 months when you have reduced the chemical processes.


Growing nails faster and stronger is possible with the right care. We hope that our 8 tips have given you a better idea of what to do to get your nails looking their best. Though it might take time, patience, and dedication, following these simple steps can help you achieve beautiful long and strong natural nails in no time. So give our tips a try and let us know how helpful they were in your nail care journey.

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