Hässliche Zehennägel, wie man sie repariert

Do you have dirty, broken, or blue toenails?

Learn how to repair and refine your unsightly toenails here!

1. Identify the Damage 🔎

"Broken nails are not just ugly, they can also lead to infections," explains Podologist Prof. Dr. Schmidt. Examine your toenails and identify the damage.

Broken nails, if left untreated, can become a breeding ground for bacteria and fungi that cause various foot infections. These conditions, such as onychomycosis or paronychia, can lead to discomfort, pain, and even permanent damage to your nails if not treated promptly.

2. Cleanse Thoroughly 🛁

"Clean toenails are a prerequisite for effective repair," Prof. Dr. Schmidt explains. So wash your feet thoroughly, making sure to clean under the nails and around the cuticles using a soft-bristled brush or a toothbrush. Dry them carefully to prevent moisture buildup which can cause further damage.

3. Repair with Nail Glue 🧯

"Nail glue is an effective solution for repairing broken or chipped toenails," Prof. Dr. Schmidt reports. This adhesive can help strengthen the bond between broken parts and prevent further damage. Before applying, make sure your nails are free from water and any other substances that may interfere with the glue’s effectiveness.

4. Pamper and Paint 💅️

Prof. Dr. Schmidt advises regular nail care and painting to keep your toenails healthy and attractive. Trim your nails regularly, keeping them at a manageable length. Use cuticle oil to maintain the health of your cuticles and prevent infections. Apply a base coat before painting with your favorite nail polish to protect the delicate surface of your nails.

5. Comparison: Hessian vs. Harmonious Toenails 📊

See how your "ugly" toenails transform into beautifully harmonized ones! A little effort and dedication can make a significant difference in the appearance and health of your toes.


  1. How often should toenails be pampered?
    Answer: Regularly every two weeks.
  2. Can broken toenails be repaired without using nail glue?
    Answer: No, as nail glue is the most effective solution for repairing such damages.
  3. Are Hessian (unhealthy) toenails healthy?
    Answer: No, neglected or damaged toenails can lead to various foot infections and complications.