In an effort to offer beauty advice to a reader who suffers from weak, soft, brittle and peeling nails due to frequent gel nail polish wear; which happens to also plague this gel nail polish user as well, this week’s favorite beauty product was uncovered.
As someone who is a fan of natural nails, this professional has used the nail hardening system from Nailtiques in the past for long, strong nails. However, after receiving an at home manicure kit of DIY gel nail polish, the long wear time and less maintenance quickly overshadowed the frequent touchups of regular nail lacquer, until the nails showed signs of peeling, breaking, cracking and limpness.
A reader wrote in with the same issues and Nailtiques After Artificial 3 Piece Treatment was recommended to correct her damaged nails caused by frequent gel nail polish use, quickly becoming Friday’s favorite beauty product of the week.
The nail correction system can be found at Ulta Beauty, located on Long Island in Garden City and Levittown for $20 or $18.99 at Amazon.com. Friday’s favorite beauty product of the week is a therapeutic treatment utilizing special nail protein to fix the damage caused from frequent gel nail polish use.
Nailtiques After Artificial Treatment Kit is a therapeutic treatment for nails recovering from acrylics, gels, wraps, etc. The kit includes two specially developed formulas of nail protein and a jar of Cuticle & Skin Gel. This kit includes: Formula A .25 oz, Formula B .25 oz and Cuticle & Skin Gel .25 oz. Nailtiques nail protein was created to treat different nail conditions. The salon-tested formulations offer special combinations of ingredients, including hydrolyzed keratin and protein in combination with gelatin and calcium to build a healthy nail foundation. The protein formulas bond the nail layers together building a strong nail foundation resistant to peeling, chipping and splitting. Nailtiques Cuticle & Skin Gel is a thick, concentrated glycerin and aloe enriched formula that conditions and penetrates deeply into the skin. ~ Product Description
While gel nail polish has many positive attributes, as with anything that uses artificial light and/or heat, always use in moderation so as to not cause further damage to the nail. Subscribe to this column to receive free beauty advice and instant updates every Friday on the week’s favorite beauty products or email the author at DeirdreAHaggerty@gmail.com to have your beauty questions answered.
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