by Daniel Laberge
Human grooming

Introduction to grooming

Grooming is the act of unfolding and taking care of your skin with your nails.

Pressure and superficial grooming examples

Two ways to groom

Percentage of pressure and superficial grooming

Pressure grooming

Superficial grooming

Pressure grooming

Pressure grooming and folds in the skin

The folds are responsible for your ugliness, your aging and your physical aches and pains

Folds on a baby's wrist

Baby's hand with folds

© Shira Gal

These are not lines or wrinkles.
They are folds.

Removing your folds with pressure grooming

Nail putting pressure on skin

Why use your nails?

Pressure/superficial grooming areas

Folded skin can resist the pressure,

but unfolded skin will bleed immediately.

Superficial grooming

Incomplete skin renewal

Grooming the corneal layer

The top part of the corneal layer
should be groomed off

How to groom superficially

Aligned fingers

Grooming basics

Where to groom?

What finger should you use?

Single finger grooming
Four finger grooming

Single finger grooming

Four finger grooming

Finger sensitivity

Finger sensitivity

Your fingers are not equally sensitive

Finger strength

Finger strength

Each finger has its specific force

Precautions and warnings

Reversibility

Baby's hand with folds
Pressure/superficial grooming areas
Grooming the corneal layer