Today I wanted to talk about my favorite products that I reach for to care for my hands and nails in the colder months. The Fall and Winter season can be harsh on your skin and cuticles. I always have to use more products to keep my cuticles from splitting and my skin from getting too dry. I’m sure many of you experience this same issue, so I wanted to share some of my go to products to keep my manicure looking fabulous!
I have tried so many cuticle oils in my career and this one is at the top of my list for you! This oil is salon quality, and you can find it many places online for those of you who don’t work in the beauty industry. It never fails to leave my cuticles super moisturized and looking great all day. Many other oils I’ve tried only hydrate my skin for a short time after I put it on. This solar oil keep my skin looking healthy and hydrated all day!
I have raved about this product so many times in the beginning of my blogging days, and I still stand by it today! This pen from Julep contains a moisturizing cuticle oil that you can take with you on the go. It is the worst to be out and discover your cuticles are cracked and dry. This guy has been my life saver in those moments. I can always take it with me in my purse and pop it on my nails whenever I need to. It isn’t a greasy formula, so the oil soaks into your skin really well.
CND never fails me when it comes to manicure products. This almond oil lotion works great when I am giving manicures and pedicures on my clients. I really like the formula because it is thin enough to perform a massage, but it soaks in really well and doesn’t leave you feeling greasy. It also has a great almond scent that isn’t too overbearing.
That’s it for my must have nail products in the Fall and Winter! I hope you found this post helpful and hopefully found a couple new products to try out. Have you already tried some of these? Let me know your opinions in the comments below. I hope your day is awesome; love and light! :)
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