Nail & Cuticle Nourishing Oil
Nourish your nails and cuticles with this wonderful enriching nail & cuticle oil! With not only all the constant hand sanitizing, but also all types of polish, gel and enhancements we are doing, our hands, skin and nails are showing signs of stress.
This awesome nail and cuticle oil pen is strengthening and reparative formulas containing a variety of vegan and cruelty-free natural oils. This hydrates the nail, cuticle and surrounding skin, and as a result, nails are healthy, strong yet flexible, and you will have fewer breaks, hangnails, and chipping of polish.
A quick swipe of cuticle oil instantly imparts moisture and a gorgeous sheen, making your hands and nails look better literally in seconds.
AWESOME Nourishing Oil comes in a 4mL brush pens, super handy to keep capped in your handbag. Simply twist the end to activate, and brush onto cuticles/skin around each nail, and let the oil dry off.
How To Apply
1. Hold the pen with the bristles pointing up and twist the bottom of the pen counter clockwise until you see oil in the bristles.
2. Brush a tiny amount of oil all over your nail, cuticle, sidewalls and under the free edge of your nail.
3. Let the oils until drying off naturally. (or Gently massage to improve absorption.)
Your cuticles are part of your skin. They are the colorless tissue attached to your nail plate. It is formed from the underside of the skin above the natural nail plate. The cuticle has the responsibility of sealing the gap between your natural nail plate and your eponychium (the living skin that sits on top of your cuticle) to prevent foreign material and microorganisms from entering and causing infections.
Cuticles provide a natural barrier to fungus and bacteria. They are tasked with stopping the bad stuff from entering the nail bed and causing infection.
If you break this natural barrier, the cuticles and eponychium can become inflamed. At the very least this'll detract from the perfection of your manicure. At worst, you could end up with the kind of infection that permanently damages your nails.
Anything from dry, cold weather to excessive hand-washing can do a number on the skin on your hands, particularly your cuticles. While using hand cream to hydrate dry skin may be second nature, one important step that people tend to skip is cuticle oil.