How to Whiten Yellow Fingernails With 3 Household Products

If you’re changing nail design too often or you’re using old nail polish, your nails will turn yellow. See three methods, with products that are already in your home, to bring your nails to their original color.

As your nails to return to normal color, you have to leave a few days without changing their color and every time you make your manicure, use a transparent base before strong colors. If you want more rapid methods, read on:

After you have thoroughly cleaned all traces of nail polish, you can clean them with toothpaste. If is for teeth whitening, is better. Apply a little toothpaste on a toothbrush or scrub brush and rub your nails for a few minutes. Doing so, stains will be removed.

Lime juice
Squeeze a few drops of lemon juice on each nail and clean for 30 seconds (each one), then rinse thoroughly. Because lemon is acidic, it can dry your skin and nails, so after the cleaning, apply a moisturizer on your hands and castor oil on your nails.

Baking soda
Make a paste of one teaspoon of baking soda and one tablespoon of lemon juice and apply it on the nail and let it act for five minutes. Finally, wash them with a nail brush and then rinse thoroughly.

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