1. Nail Polish Remover - First off you should use acetone free nail polish removers to help protect your nails. Using acetone nail polish removers strips your nails of their natural oils and can cause peeling on delicate nails.
2. DNA AND GENETICS -You might as well ask why you have brown hair or why you've got a dusting of freckles on your arms. The strength of your nails is by and large a product of good old DNA. Look at your siblings, parents, cousins, children: Do they have weak nails, too? If so, close the book. We've solved the mystery of your weak nails, and the only solution is to keep them strong by adding a layer of strengthening base coat and polish.
3. Use A Hand And Nail Cream - Using a cream made specifically for hands and nails is a good way to protect and strengthen them. Use it daily morning and night, make sure to apply it at night so it can soak in.
4. Use A Nail Strengthener - You can find a good nail strengthening product to help your nails. Look in the nail polish section to find a good one. Apply it once a week and you will notice your nails harden and they will also look healthier.
5. Your Diet - Eating the right foods helps you from the inside out. Biotin also known as vitamin B7 can help strengthen your nails and is found in the following foods, egg yolks, milk, beans, nuts, tomatoes, poultry, fish, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, yeast, and liver. You should aimfor 2.5 milligrams of vitamin B7 a day.Not only is biotin good for your nails, but also your skin, hair and it helps your body to produce glucose.
6. NUTRITION - A high-calcium diet can have an almost immediate effect on the health of your nails. If you don't do it for your bones, do it for your fingernails. Consider the added bone density a nice little bonus! Along with a diet rich in calcium, make sure that you're getting a balance of other vitamins, especially vitamin E.