There are a lot of myths about nails and nail polish on the internet and in everyday conversations. Is over-polishing harmful and inadvisable? Is it true that toenails should only be cut straight and not round? Below, we debunk the myths and reveal the truths and lies about nails and nail care. For example, if you want to know how to restore old nail polish, read on!

Diabetes is accompanied by many characteristic symptoms, including skin problems. The skin of diabetics dries out more quickly, becomes brittle and cracks - the skin on the legs and feet of older people can be particularly affected. Scratches, abrasions that are not properly cared for can be difficult to heal, and common infections such as athlete's foot and fungal infections of the nails can explode into serious problems.

The appearance of redness on the face and the development of small cells and individual vesicles can indicate a complex skin disorder called perioral dermatitis, which in some cases can be confused with acne. It is a common type of facial dermatitis, as the name suggests, occurring around the (peri) mouth (oral).

An outbreak of eczema on the hands is painful and unpleasant. It can cause redness, itching, cracks, sores, blistering, and very dry, peeling skin. During an outbreak, the backs of the hands and fingers and the inside of the wrists may also be affected, and changes may also appear on the nails. Without proper treatment, eczema on the hands can become chronic. Daily tasks such as buttoning a button or working on a computer can become difficult. The formation of eczema on the hand is usually caused by several related causes, both genetics and contact allergens and irritants - environmental influences. Genetic predisposition makes some people more susceptible to external substances and allergens and more likely to develop hand eczema.