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The cuticles on one (yes, just one) of my fingers has been retracted for I don't know how long. It's not bothered me much until recently, when my hands have been getting quite dry during this winter. And I look online and it turns out that cuticles not being down on your nail can be the sign of an infection or other bad stuff. I doubt it's anything serious because it's been this way for a while and it's not painful or anything but now I feel like I should look into getting it better before it turns into anything serious.
But looking for any kind of nail care online is also a total shit show because it inevitably draws up all the beauty advertisements and holistic remedies that don't actually do shit for you or can even harm you. So I figure I'd ask the intelligent part of the internet (you guys): What should I do to get my cuticle growing properly again?