A discolored toenail usually means that something is wrong, and unless you have another obvious explanation, you should consider the possibility that you have a fungal nail infection. Other possible explanations would include a recent blow to the tip of the toe, causing bleeding and blackening under the nail, bacterial growth beneath the nail (often a green color), continuous use of nail polish on the nail, or some other uncommon medical condition. The problem, however, is usually fungus. Continue reading
Category Archives: Fungus
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Causes of vaginal discharge
Vaginal discharge is common and can occur for a number of reasons. Glands inside your vagina and cervix make small quantities of fluid that are discharged every day. This is normal and experienced by every woman, and it keeps your body healthy. During times of ovulation, sexual excitement or breasting feeding, the liquid can have a stronger white color and be thicker. Continue reading
Acrylic nail fungus Part 2
During Prusinski’s research she learned that MMA used in many shops costs only $20 a gallon, while a gallon of required adhesive costs $200.
When you enter a salon using MMA, you will receive an instant headache from the odor.
Find out the name of products being used. Make sure it is a brand-name. Continue reading
Acrylic nail fungus Part 1
When you have a nail fungus, fungi affect one or more of your nails. This condition often occurs in people who wear acrylic nails, because fungus causing moisture gets trapped underneath the nails. Acrylic nails are a wonderful way to achieve elegant, beautiful nails of any length without performing the daily rituals that require natural nails.Â Among all artificial nails, acrylic nails are stronger and last longer than other artificial nails. They are safe if applied by professionals toilet. However, using unsanitary of them or their overuse can lead to fungus acrylic nails. Continue reading