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AVOID NAIL POLISH IN WINTER

Podiatrist Margaret Dabbs says winter is a good time to give your toes a breather and remove all nail polish. "The intensity of the varnish color and the chemicals in it can be very dehydrating for nails," says Dabbs.

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Margaret Dabbs

"This can cause ridging, scaling, brittleness, discoloration, and white flecks. Polish-free days give nails time to breathe, recover, and rehydrate naturally." Margaret recommends filing dry skin once a week and using a moisturizing lotion on your feet.

Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.

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