Trim your nails straight across and avoid rounding the corners to prevent ingrown nails.
Choose shoes that provide enough room for your toes, reducing pressure on the nails.
Keep your feet clean and dry to prevent bacterial and fungal infections that can contribute to ingrown nails.
Resist the urge to dig into the corners of your nails, as this can worsen ingrown nails.
Soak your feet in warm water with Epsom salt to help reduce inflammation and promote healing.
Use over-the-counter antibiotic to prevent infections in ingrown nails.
Apply adhesive nail cushions or dental floss under the ingrown nail to lift it and relieve pressure.
If ingrown nails persist or become severe, consult a healthcare professional for appropriate treatment and possible nail removal.