9 results found for your search

"Ingrown nail"




  1. photo How to Treat an <b>Ingrown</b> Toenail (Home Treatment)How to Treat an Ingrown Toenail (Home Treatment)Treatment
    An ingrown toe nail is really painful and annoying, and on average one out of five people have to deal with this condition. Try this treatment and you should soon notice some improvementRead more
  2. photo How to Get Rid of a Painful <b>Ingrown</b> Toenail as Fast as Possible Without Seeing a DoctorHow to Get Rid of a Painful Ingrown Toenail as Fast as Possible Without Seeing a DoctorTreatment
    .   The classification of ingrown toenails divides them into three groups: mild (stage 1), moderate (stage 2) and severe (stage 3). In the first group, the patient may experience nail-fold swelling, pain with pressureRead more
  3. photo 6 Tricks for Pretty-ish Summer Feet So You Can Stop Hating On Your Feet6 Tricks for Pretty-ish Summer Feet So You Can Stop Hating On Your FeetArticle
    your finger. 3. Clip your toenails properly Clipping your toenails properly will help you avoid icky things like ingrown nails and infections. Guide the clippers straight across the nail—don’t cutRead more
  4. photo 11 Genius Beauty Hacks You Can Do with a Toothbrush11 Genius Beauty Hacks You Can Do with a ToothbrushArticle
    exfoliate the rough skin surrounding your nail bed with your trusty toothbrush. 10. Combat ingrown hairs This is one of those beauty hacks you have to see to believe: If you’ve got a patch of ingrown hairsRead more
  5. photo Dangers of High Heels and How They Affect the BodyDangers of High Heels and How They Affect the BodyArticle
    definitely cause more of these. Since heels put pressure on your big and little toes, hey cause them to bend into the nail bed, thus causing the development of ingrown toenails. These toenails are seriouslyRead more
  6. photo 5 Steps to a Pretty-Feet Natural Pedicure5 Steps to a Pretty-Feet Natural PedicureArticle
    in unidentified lotions, and then paint them with toxic nail polish. You can do it yourself (for free!) in five simple (and healthy!) steps. Here’s how. 1. Soak Start off pampering your worn out feet by fillingRead more
  7. photo She Put Cabbage Leaves On Her Knee At Night – See The Results After a MonthShe Put Cabbage Leaves On Her Knee At Night – See The Results After a MonthTreatment
    . In a case of stomach ulcers, you should take cabbage juice capsules. In order to treat diarrhea, drink cabbage juice between meals. Ingrown nails The leaves of cabbage are able to soak up pus from ingrownRead more
  8. photo Calm down with chamomileCalm down with chamomileNews
    , useful for internal and external conditions. It can be used in a hot compress for boils, abscesses, infected cuts, ingrown nails, splinters, gingivitis, and tooth abscesses. To treat an internal conditionRead more
  9. photo Single Essential Oil Profiles, Benefits, IndicationsSingle Essential Oil Profiles, Benefits, IndicationsTreatment
    , burns, candida, cold sores, inflammation, viral infections, ingrown nails, warts and wounds (promotes healing). Companion Oils: All citrus oils, Cypress, Eucalyptus Radiata, Lavender, Rosemary CT CineolRead more

photo Ingrown nail

Ingrown nail

Disease

Onychocryptosis (from Greek ὄνυξ onyx "nail" + κρυπτός kryptos "hidden"), also known as an ingrown toenail, or unguis incarnatus is a common form of nail disease. It is an often painful condition in which the nail grows so that it cuts into one or both sides of the paronychium or nail bed. This condition has been found only in shoe-wearing cultures and does not occur in habitually barefoot...More