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  1. Thanks for the article, but there is one thing that was not mentioned. At times my nails, how do I put this, unlayer themselves. When this happens, I can actually peel off the top layer of the nail(though only up to a certain point, never has it unlayered anywhere near the cuticles. And it doesn’t happen all the time. Sometimes I cut my nails and let them grow out, they unlayer. Then the next time, my nails grow strong, long and beautiful.

    What would cause that?

    • Regina Stremich July 28, 2021 at 11:13 am · Reply

      Great question Mandie! My nails do the same-peel off in layers at the tip. Did you ever receive an answer from this site?
      ahchealthenews.com Please publish your answers .

  2. Gloria Picchetti July 27, 2021 at 1:40 pm · Reply

    I’m 72. My nails developed terrible ridges until I started taking hair, skin, and nail vitamins. They contain vitamin E & biotin.

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