How to treat the green spot on the nails?

The green nail syndrome refers to the situation where the nails lose their normal color and turn green due to infection. The cuticle and other areas of skin around the nail may be inflamed, but the nail itself is rarely painful. In this article, your nail supply specialist Maryton will tell you how to get rid of the green nails.

Topical antibiotic

Green toenails can usually be treated by applying a topical antibiotic to the affected area. Make sure your nails are cut short to allow the active agents to easily reach the infection.

Tea tree oil

A great benefit of tea tree oil is that it kills both bacteria and fungi, so it can counter both possible causes of green nails. You can also soak your nails in alcohol several times a day to kill bacteria.

Diluted bleach solution

Preparing a diluted bleach solution, in a ratio of about 1 to 4, can also prevent bacteria from growing further. Another effective counter for topical applications is acetic acid, widely available in the form of vinegar.

Green nail syndrome is not a serious condition and treatments are usually effective. Try to avoid hurting the affected area, keep your fingernails dry and trim any nails that come off.

OK! I am sure you already know how to treat the green spot on the nails. Last but not in the least, I advise you to invest in a complete manicure and pedicure kit to care for your toenails!

Read also: The causes of green toenails

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