Love Your Nails: DIY Nail Care Oil

By Maureen Wurster , published Feb 6, 2017

Natural Nail Care

Do you want to support and condition your natural nails? This simple nail care oil treatment and will help keep your nails healthy and strong! Sea buckthorn oil’s nutritious antioxidant and fatty acid content is wonderful for nail health. Did you know that sea buckthorn seed oil contains naturally occurring vitamin E?

Multi-layered Nail Support 

It's well known that vitamin E is great for nails-but why stop there? Nail health is affected by many things including lack of nutrition and moisture. Lemon and Frankincense Oils have nail strengthening and anti-fungal properties— plus they smell great. We created this recipe to help support many areas of nail health. It is even great to help the cuticles and skin around the nail.

Here are some of the benefits that this recipe can provide for healthy, beautiful nails:

Omegas 3,6,9 & 7 

Naturally Occurring Vitamin E

Anti-fungal Properties

Nail Moisturizing Properties

Antioxidants

 When to use 

Try to give your nails a break for a few days in between manicures—especially if you are addicted to no-chip. Do this treatment once a week or in between manicures. This mixture also can be used to condition your cuticles when your nails are already polished and can help fight cracked cuticles- which make manicures look bad.

DIY Nail Care Oil: SeabuckWonders

Love Your Nails DIY Nail Care Oil

1/2 Serving of  Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil

1/2 Serving of  Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil

1 Tbsp Jojoba Oil

1/2 Teaspoon Frankincense Oil

1/2 Teaspoon Lemon Oil

Instructions:

  • Put oil mixture in a small dish or resealable jar.
  • Wash hands with soap and water then gently dry hands with a fabric towel.
  • Take a cotton swab or clean soft paint brush and coat each nail down to the cuticle and under nail tips.
  • Massage the oil into each nail and cuticle.
  • Let the mixture sit on your nails for 2-5 minutes.
  • If you would like to push back cuticles with an orange stick you can do that now.
  • Wash hands with soap and water then gently dry hands with a fabric towel.

 

 

Written by Maureen Wurster

author maureen

Maureen Wurster has been a voice in the health and wellness world for over four years. She is a graduate of SAIC with a background in fine art and design.

Maureen has spent the last four years producing content and managing social media for natural products brands. She has provided in depth research as well as lifestyle pieces with a focus on nutritional supplements. She is passionate about promoting healthy living and helps others learn about the benefits of plant-based eating.

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