Which Products are Good for Your Nails?

Everyone wants to have a set of nails that are not only long and strong, but also ones which don’t require extra care. In certain situations, like getting ready for a party on a tight schedule, you don’t have time to head to the nail salon.It’s important that you’ve been strengthening your nails up until this point so that you don’t have to worry about making them presentable in a pinch. The Bella Rinova Salon in Houston, Texas offers luxury hair and spa services, and today we’d like to present some nail products and routines that can be used from within the comfort of your own home!

If you are not able to get manicures done on a regular basis, it’s important to moisturize your hangnails often. Grown Alchemist’s Hand Creamand Deborah Lippman’s Rich Girl Hand Cream are luxury hand creams that go on light with its non-greasy formula, and they hydrate and provide a healthy dose of antioxidants to your nails. Tenoverten’s Rose Oilhelps to soften cuticles and condition the skin around your nail. Other products like Tweezerman’s Mini Nail Rescue Set, Dr. Jart+’s Dermask Hand Hydrating Mask, and Hum Nutrition's Runway Ready Skin, Hair, and Nail Repair Kit provide tools that are commonly used in manicures, which can save you money in the long run if you use them consistently at home.

Most people dream of having long and healthy nails. It’s important to be fully attentive and conscious when choosing products to use for your nail care. You can also use a variety of serums and repairing treatments that contain unique protein formulas and tackle nail weakness, thinning, softness, or peeling. These formulas work by sticking and sealing individual layers of the nail together again and hampering the process of growth. Serums include Sally Hansen’s Nailgrowth Miracle Treatment, Cuccio Naturalé’s Milk and Honey Cuticle Revitalizing Oil, Kate Blank’s Cosmetics Vitamin E Oil, Onsen’s Cuticle Conditioner Serum, and IBD’s Reconstrux Nail Growth. Repairing treatments include Airroye’s Nail Recovery Kit, Nail-Aid’s Sapphire Strength Mega Growth, OPI’s Nail Envy Nail Strengthener, Sally Hansen’s Hard on Nails, and Seche Ridge’s Filler Base Coat.

Your nails are an important part of your appearance, and they deserve every ounce of care and love you can give them. While frequent manicures can help with nail care, they do not always guarantee long-term sustainability of your nails, and the cost of numerous manicures adds up quickly. Save money and take an active role in your nail care by investing in these products listed above and starting your own nail-care routine. You won’t regret it!