3. Bathe in Epsom Salt
These baths are a great way no only to relax and unwind, but they also relieve your skin of any irritation, and even soften your nails for you, efficiently disinfecting them.
Or, if you don’t want to take a whole bath (or you don’t own a bathtub), than simply soak both your feet in a foot tub in which you will have combined some Epsom salt with warm water.
4. Antibiotic Ointments
Start by cleaning your feet thoroughly before applying an antibiotic ointment several times in one day. Then simply cover it using a gauze. This is to prevent any germs or infections from further complicating things.
You should do this until you’ve noticed the infection has disappeared. The treatment time can vary from individual to individual.
5. Floss and Cotton Ball
Use some floss or a pair of tweezers to life tour nail just a bit. Place a previously sterilized cotton ball on the open area, but make sure it doesn’t cause you any discomfort of pain.
There you have it. These 5 easy home remedies are sure to ease the frustration with having to deal with ingrown nails.