Why Do My Cuticles Crack and Bleed?

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Your cuticles are cracking and bleeding because they are dry. You should get yourself a good quality moisturizer to help with the cracked cuticles.
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2 Additional Answers
One reason why your cuticles crack and bleed is that they are not getting enough hydration. You need to apply cream on them day and night. Vaseline works well and at night you can wear a pair of white gloves to hold the moisture in. You can find more information here: www.healthexpertadvice.org
Your cuticles are likely cracking and bleeding because your hands are very dry. This can come from the weather, harsh chemicals, or manual labor without gloves. Try using a thick hand lotion before bed.
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