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Beau's lines

Beau’s lines are linear depressions that occur “crosswise” (transverse) in the fingernail. to the nail, and with malnutrition.
Transverse lines or grooves across the fingernails, transverse depressions in the nail plate. Beau’s lines are caused by temporary cessation of cell division in the proximal nail matrix

• Yellowing, thickening or crumbling of the nail.
Pain may occur in the nail.
For nail abnormalities like Onycholysis, due to nail biting, picking, and tearing, stop these behaviors.
Washing and thoroughly drying your nail really helps.
For brittle nails, keep the nails short and avoid nail polish.
Trim brittle nails regularly.

Beau’s lines are deep grooved lines that run from side to side on the fingernail. There are several reasons that humans get Beau’s lines. Beau’s lines are transverse depressions of all of the nails that appear at the base of the lunula weeks after a stressful event has temporarily interrupted nail formation. The lines progress distally with normal nail growth and eventually disappear at the free edge. The lines progress distally with normal nail growth and eventually disappear at the free edge.

Treatment of Beau’s lines Tips
1.Trim brittle nails after a bath or moisturized it.
2.Apply a moisturizer on nails each time you wash your hands.
3.Moisturize cuticles and nails at bedtime and cover them with cotton gloves.
4.Avoid removers with acetone, which dries nails
The lines progress distally with normal nail growth and eventually disappear at the free edge.

Trim brittle nails after a bath or moisturized it.
Apply a moisturizer on nails each time you wash your hands.
– Avoid removers with acetone, which dries nails.
When the nails grow the Beau’s Lines cause nail splits or tears that can be easily repaired with clear polish or nail glue.

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