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Let my cuticles grow to much before pushing them back,now excess cuticle skin, hurt's,and very dry
It is best to moisturise or soften cuticles before pushing them back and if they have grown long then pushing them back a little at a time is best.
I think it is best to leave the excess for a while unless it is a nuisance, leaving mother nature to heal the damage a little before going further. Be careful of possible infection in what are effectively self-inflicted wounds.
I advise the use of a soothing antiseptic ointment, preferably one with a mild local anaesthetic. In a few days when the soreness has disappeared you will be able to trim the excess as it becomes accessible - a little at a time.
Posted on Apr 27, 2017
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