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August 22, 20120 found this helpful

I unfortunately have acrylic nails put on to stop me from an incredibly bad habit of picking my cuticles. The thickness of the acrylic prevents from doing so, yet yes, acrylic nails do result in damage to your natural nails. It's not rocket science. Your nails need oxygen (yes, even that hard keratin that creates the foundation of the fingernail needs that sweet co2 to breath!)

Sadly, I have to choose between mangled looking chewed up fingers, or grooved nail beds. Maybe when my teenagers are grown ill finally be able to kick this nasty habit (not holding my breath on that one given you know our parents never stop worrying about us;)

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