Margaret Dabbs Nourishing Nail and Cuticle Serum

24 Jul

Margaret Dabbs is known as THE celebrity podiatry expert in the UK. Although I won’t be making it across the pond to get a highly coveted appointment with her, at least I can use her pamper products back home in Los Angeles.

The Nourishing Nail and Cuticle Serum is a highly effective partially natural product.  A few months ago I tried a gel manicure and all it took was one time to see that even though the polish stays on for weeks, it undoubtedly made my nails thinner and damaged.  Maybe not as much as the old Acrylics they boast an improvement over but again, damaged.  So I steered clear of polish for a few weeks and started to apply this serum. Made from natural Emu and Tea tree oils, it is super nourishing but doesn’t feel greasy and fights off infection.  Almost immediately after I started using it, I noticed my nails had a healthier smooth feel on the surface and my cuticles were not peeling.  It gave my nails a buffed appearance. It also comes in a very convenient small plastic pump that you can carry in your purse.  Super helpful as traditional oils are usually in a glass dropper bottle that is both messy and not handbag friendly.

Starting at: 


15 ml

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One Response to “Margaret Dabbs Nourishing Nail and Cuticle Serum”


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