May 27, 2012

Vitamins For Healthy Nails

Vitamins For Healthy Nails

It’s important to take your vitamins on a daily basis not only because it’s good for your body but because it will help you grow strong, healthy nails as well. After all, you put your nails through a series of tests each and every day. You text, type, open packages, do the dishes without wearing gloves and drum your fingernails on a hard surface when you’re frustrated. Well maybe not the last one but you get the picture. Here are a few vitamins that will help to make your nails healthier so they won’t bend or break as often.

Vitamin B Complex- Vitamin B complex includes the entire range of vitamin Bs that are available on the market. This vitamin is very effective in helping your body to fight infections and reducing your chance of getting a painful and ugly fungus. If you already have an infection, it helps to speed up the healing process.

Biotin- This vitamin makes your nails thicker so that they are less brittle and less likely to break. On a side note, if you’re losing your hair, it’s also a great vitamin to help your gorgeous locks stay on your head for a while longer. If you want to munch on some foods packed with biotin try berries, carrots and nuts.

Calcium- Calcium makes your bones stronger and makes your nails stronger and thicker as well. The problem is that coffee eats away at calcium so that your bones, hair and nails suffer and worsen over time. It’s especially important for you to take calcium if you’re over the age of twenty five so be sure to eat plenty of low fat dairy foods such as yogurt, cheese and milk.

Vitamin D- Vitamin D is good for your nails because it helps you to absorb calcium which you need to grow healthy, strong nails. While you will get a little bit of it from the sun you should make sure to take vitamins as well because it’s not safe to get too much sun. You can get vitamin D by eating milk.

Vitamin E- Vitamin E is known to help to make your nails grow longer faster. In addition to this is strengthens them by making them thicker so that they are less likely to break. Get you dose of vitamin E by eating tomatoes, spinach and sweet potatos.

While eating good foods to obtain the right vitamins for your nails it’s simply not enough because no matter how good your diet is, we don’t get enough of the vitamins that we need through nutrition. Be sure to see your pharmacist to learn about which brands of vitamins are best for you so that you can grow healthy nails and spend less time filing away at the chips.

This post was written by Aleya who is the owner of Spontaneous Chick where you can find nail polish reviews as well as fashion tips and beauty product reviews. Thank you Biba’s Beauty Corner for allowing me to send a guest post for your readers to read.


  1. Great guest post! I currently take a prenatal as well as Biotin for my hair and nail's health!

    1. Thanks a lot!

      Let me know, if you get any results with Biotin.


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