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Koilonychia or Spoon Shaped Nails Causes and Spoon Nails Treatment

Spoon Shaped Nails

Life-saving warnings your nails are sending

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Koilonychia (spoon shaped nails) -Iron deficiency -Diabetes mellitus -Protein deficiency -petroleum-based solvents -SLE -Raynaud's disease

Koilonychia (spoon shaped nails) -Iron deficiency -Diabetes mellitus -Protein deficiency -petroleum-based solvents -SLE -Raynaud's disease

Cutting and trimming your toenails is one of the things that most of us forget or neglect completely because we consider it to be boring or not so important, especially during the Winter. We let them grow and even get infected. So keeping them trimmed is better to avoid any kind of nail problems such as ingrown toenails, spoon-shaped nails and pincer nails.Need Toenail Clippers that work? Get them here: http://amzn.com/B00J7Q1AV6

Cutting and trimming your toenails is one of the things that most of us forget or neglect completely because we consider it to be boring or not so important, especially during the Winter. We let them grow and even get infected. So keeping them trimmed is better to avoid any kind of nail problems such as ingrown toenails, spoon-shaped nails and pincer nails.Need Toenail Clippers that work? Get them here: http://amzn.com/B00J7Q1AV6

Watch out for these changes to your fingernails. http://greatist.com/live/what-nails-reveal-about-health

9 Things Your Fingernails Reveal About Your Health

Watch out for these changes to your fingernails. http://greatist.com/live/what-nails-reveal-about-health

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Cuticle Cutter - Cuticle Remover - Cuticle Pusher - Manicure Tools - Cuticle Nipper - Cuticle Trimmer - New 3 Pcs Stainless Steel Cuticle Tools Spoon Pusher Remover Manicure Pedicure Set 4RT Nail Care Tools - Specifications: Dual-end pusher for pushing and cutting nail cuticle.A handy little nail art tool to buff and shape up uneven nail surface before UV gel and acrylic application. Nail Cuticle Pusher - The spoon-like end (curved-end) is used for pushing cuticles - the design easil...

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A bronze hand with inscriptions on the back...This Arabian bronze hand was made to honour a god named Ta’lab Riyam. It appears to have been cast from life since it has unusual spoon-shaped nails and a broken little finger.

A bronze hand with inscriptions on the back...This Arabian bronze hand was made to honour a god named Ta’lab Riyam. It appears to have been cast from life since it has unusual spoon-shaped nails and a broken little finger.

Make a carving block by mixing 1.5 cups of powdered vermiculite (found at garden centers) with 1 cup of plaster of Paris and 1 cup of water. Pour into container. Dry for at least half an hour. Remove from the container. Feel the shape and make certain it’s completely dry. Carve the block with an old metal spoon. Use a nail for scratching in fine details. Use a paintbrush to sweep away any dust while working so the powder being shaved from the block doesn’t hide finer parts of the sculpture.

Make a carving block by mixing 1.5 cups of powdered vermiculite (found at garden centers) with 1 cup of plaster of Paris and 1 cup of water. Pour into container. Dry for at least half an hour. Remove from the container. Feel the shape and make certain it’s completely dry. Carve the block with an old metal spoon. Use a nail for scratching in fine details. Use a paintbrush to sweep away any dust while working so the powder being shaved from the block doesn’t hide finer parts of the sculpture.

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