ONYCHOLYSIS (NAIL SEPARATION) - a contraindication for Manicure And Pedicure?


This is a disorder where the nail separates from the nail bed (usually only part of and not the whole nail). It results from a build-up of debris found in the moist warm space between the digits, which attracts bacteria and fungal organisms, and in severe cases turns the nail plate a dark green or black colour.

The infected nail plate grows faster than those that are uninfected. In feet, onycholysis occurs through wearing a tight-pinching shoe, poor general circulation and lack of attention to foot care.



Signs and symptoms for ONYCHOLYSIS (NAIL SEPARATION)

  • Nail plate separates from the nail bed
  • Irregular border between the pink portion of the nail and the white outside edge of the nail when the nail has lifted from the nail bed
  • Larger portion of the nail is opaque, can be whitened or discoloured to yellow or green
ONYCHOLYSIS (NAIL SEPARATION) contraindications In beauty therapy

When we have a client with the following condition: ONYCHOLYSIS (NAIL SEPARATION)

Nail Treatments
Non-infectious nails can be manicured or pedicured as long there is no fungal or bacterial infection. However, severe separation should not be treated. If possible, keep the nail short to avoid the free edge “catching” on things and resulting in further separation.

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