Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Nails Inc Dry & Damaged Nails Kit

Having my acrylic tips removed and releasing my natural nails on the world meant I would need to create an arsenal of goods to aid them on their way to full recovery. I was recommended the Nails Inc 'Very Dry and Damaged Nails Treatment Pack' to use at home. The kit contained two Nails Inc Hero products, A&E Base Coat and Albert Bridge Top Coat although I think I need something stronger than their base coat for my weak nails. At the weekend I gave my nails a break from any colour and have been topping up the base coat to see if that gives them an extra helping hand.

My favourite product so far is the Vitamin E cuticle oil pen. It's a nice way to apply the product and something I'm enjoying using.

This kit was £25 for £45 worth of products but I think next time I'd look around for a mix of products that serve the purpose than relying on them all for one brand.

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  1. nice products, & I'm going to sound so tragic saying this, but I really like the packaging too!

  2. If you want to try another nail brand try Leighton Denny! I find his nail products much better than Nails Inc, his nail polish lasts for days un-chipped! He also does nail repair kits and you can often find the sets in TKMaxx! Xxxxx

  3. I have had acrylic nails for the last two years so I understand what it's like to have them removed. Another good product to use while you're growing the ridges out is Sally Hansen Miracle Nail Thickener (it's about £10 from Boots and is in a purple bottle with gold top). Seriously, my nails were so thin and brittle but this saved them - along with the Nails Inc Very Dry and Damaged Nails Treatment Pack which I also use.

    Also, masses of hand cream and Sally Hansen's Cuticle Massage Cream to encourage the new nail growth to be as strong as possible.


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