In anticipation of the coming autumn-winter cold and the beginning of the heating season, I want to tell you about a wonderful tool that helps me to keep my hands and nails in perfect condition. This Avoplex oil for nails and cuticles of the American brand OPI.
All my life I have suffered from the fact that I have very dry skin on my hands. Especially these problems are exacerbated in the winter. Permanent burrs, roughness, problems with the cuticle, which grows and grows with a geometric progression, as I prune it. And from a cut to a European (unedged) manicure, it’s impossible to go over well.
Once, during a regular visit to the salon, I decided to buy OPI oil. Honestly, I was going to do this a long time ago, but it was a pity for the money. I tried cheaper options – sticks, pencils and other tools in the price category up to 150 rubles. But there was absolutely no effect on them.
OPI is a famous brand that produces professional varnishes and nail care products, most Russian salons work on it. Therefore, I thought that it was enough to throw money away to the wind, and it was time to buy really something worthwhile.
What I liked this oil
I started using butter six months ago. I can say that his impressions are very good. During this time, exactly half of the vial was consumed (at a volume of 75 ml). But I use it not every day, but from time to time. It turns out about 3 times a week. And ideally, this should be done daily.
Oil well moisturizes and nourishes the skin and nails. Odor unsharp, one might say neutral. Also, it is a great assistant in the process of nail restoration after extension. And it really slows down the growth of the cuticle.
Included with the bubble is a pipette, which should be applied with oil, dripping 1 drop on each nail and rubbing it into the nail plate and the area of the cuticle with soft movements. You can use it at the final stage of manicure.
Lipid complex of avocado, sesame oil, sunflower oil, vitamin E, seed oil of a tropical tree Kukui.
I advise this tool to anyone who wants to have well-groomed hands, especially those who, like me, suffer from the problem of dry skin in the winter.