THE RESULTS ARE IN & NAIL REHAB IS A GAME CHANGER!
Nail Rehab (formerly known as Strengthening Nail Soak) definitely lives up to both of it's names and much more!
So what is Nail Rehab?
Nail Rehab is a powdered Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) soak that completely transformers your manicure and pedicure experience!
From our founder, Dr. Erin Harrison:
"Apple cider vinegar (ACV) soaks have made a huge difference in my nail strength and overall nail health, but I hated the way my hands smelled after a soak. So I put my Pharmacy degree to use, added some complementary ingredients and Nail Rehab was born!"
Nail Rehab 16 oz
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Maltodextrin, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder, Pink Himalayan Salt, Beer Powder, Lavender Powder, Lemon Peel Powder
FACTS ABOUT OUR KEY INGREDIENTS
NaHCO3 aka baking soda softens the skin, exfoliates dead skin cells and removes stains from your nails.
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
ACV helps strengthen your nails, treat and prevent nail fungus and soften dead skin/cuticles.
PINK HIMALAYAN SALT
Pink himalayan salt contains several minerals and trace elements and it's an excellent exfoliant.
Beer is rich in silica, which helps to strengthen your nails. Silica is also key component in the formation of collagen which helps maintain the integrity of your nails.
Lavender has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory effects. It also soothes the skin and provides aromatherapy effects that help mask the smell of ACV.
Lemon peel has anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant effects. It's also rich in Vitamins A,C and E and helps to mask the smell of ACV.
How to Use
Mix 1 scoop with 1 cup of warm water and mix until dissolved. Soak your nails for 10 minutes then proceed with your nail prep routine making sure your cuticles are pushed back and all dead skin and debris is removed from the nail plate. Allow your nails to dry completely and dehydrate them with acetone before applying anything to your nails.
* For severely damaged nails we recommend using weekly with Nail Repair strengthener and a polish of your choice!
Check out a great tutorial here.