Vanity Hack: DIY Cuticle Oil

I love pampering myself and one of the best ways to do it on a dime is with at-home remedies that you can feel good about.  Especially when created by you. 

💆‍♀️Applying cuticle oil can increase the circulation around your nails, stimulating nail growth. It can also help to protect your nail and cuticle against trauma. The oil can also help improve the health and appearance of your nail. If you paint your nails, cuticle oil can also protect your polish for a lasting shine. The easiest recipe I was able to find (there are so many more out there! Do a quick search and voila!)

🍃Cuticle oil, also known as nail oil, is a simple compound usually derived from vegetable oils, though some also contain citric acid and a number of different vitamins. Just a few drops of cuticle oil can make a world of difference for your nails, with a number of different distinct benefits. Your cuticles are at the very top of your nail bed, but cuticle oil works in part by increasing circulation to the entire nail area, which encourages faster and fuller nail growth. Cuticle oil also strengthens your nails, making them more resistant to chipping and the impact of nasty weather (winter is here!) and day-to-day wear and tear. You can put it on after manicures, too, and it’ll help keep your painted nails protected and glowing for weeks.

💅Plus, nail oil moisturizes and softens your cuticles, so it’s really a full-service product. And it couldn’t be easier to use — all it requires is a few drops of cuticle oil and a few minutes of your time. Just drop the cuticle oil on your nails and fingertips and massage it in, then watch as your nails grow stronger and healthier. For all the complicated self-care products and processes out there, cuticle oil is both one of the simplest and most effective treatments available. Even if you get regular manicures, you need to keep up with your finger care in between sessions at the salon, but luckily, it’s incredibly easy with the right cuticle oil.

CUTICLE CREAM SUBSTITUTE: Any oil such as almond oil, macadamia oil, olive oil, lavender oil can be substituted for a cuticle cream. Fill a manicure bowl with warm oil, allow your fingers to rest in the bowl for a few minutes then continue on like a normal manicure.



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