Nail diseases that CBD can help with...
CBD can help with Onychophagy (ahn-ih-koh-FAY-jee), also known as bitten nails, is
the result of a habit of chewing the nail or the hardened, damaged skin surrounding the nail plate . Advise clients that frequent manicures and care of the hardened eponychium can often help them overcome this habit, at the same time improving the health and appearance of the hands. Sometimes, the application of nail enhancements can beautify deformed nails and discourage the client from biting the nails. However, the bitten, damaged skin should not be treated by a cosmetologist. If the skin is broken or infected, no services can be provided until the area is healed.
CBD can help with Onychorrhexis (ahn-ih-koh-REK-sis) refers to split or brittle nails that have a series of lengthwise ridges giving a rough appearance to the surface of the nail plate. This condition is usually caused by injury to the matrix, excessive use of cuticle removers, harsh cleaning agents, aggressive filing techniques, or heredity. Nail services can be performed only if the nail is not split, exposing the nail bed. Nail enhancement product should never be applied if the nail bed is exposed. This condition may be corrected by softening the nails with a conditioning treatment and discontinuing the use of harsh detergents, cleaners, or improper filing (Figure 10–7). These nail plates often lack sufficient moisture, so twice-daily treatments with
a high quality, penetrating nail oil can be very beneficial. Nail hardeners should always be avoided on brittle nails, since these products will increase brittleness.
CBD can help with Nail pterygium (teh-RIJ-ee-um) is an abnormal condition that occurs when the skin is stretched by the nail plate. This disorder is usually caused by serious injury, such as burns, or an adverse skin reaction to chemical nail enhancement products. The terms cuticle and pterygium do not designate the same thing, and they should never be used interchangeably. Nail pterygium is abnormal and is caused by damage to the eponychium or hyponychium.
Do not treat nail pterygium and never push the extension of skin back with an instrument. Doing so will cause more injury to the tissues and will make the condition worse. The gentle massage of conditioning oils or creams into the affected area may be beneficial. If this condition becomes irritated, painful, or shows signs of infection, recommend that the client see a physician for examination and proper treatment.
CBD can help with TINEA PEDiS
Red, itchy rash on the skin on the bottom of feet and/or between the toes, usually between the fourth or fifth toe
CBD can help with Paronychia (payr-uh-NIK-ee-uh) is a bacterial inflammation of the tissues surrounding the nail Redness, pus, and swelling are usually seen in the skin fold adjacent to the nail plate.
Individuals who work with their hands in water, such as dishwashers and bartenders, or who must wash their hands continually, such as health-care workers and food processors, are more susceptible because their hands are often very dry or chapped from excessive exposure to water, detergents, and harsh soaps. This makes them much more likely to develop infections.