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Because we share a lot of our favorites with you every single day, we recognize it might be hard to keep up. So we’ve decided to put together a handy weekly list of what we love and what you love—consider this a CliffsNotes, one-stop-shop of what’s really trending and worth adding to your cart at this very moment.
This week, we’re talking about the products that will make your nails look and feel so much healthier. Do you have a product that we missed? We’d love to know. Send us a
Say goodbye to weak nails when you use this strengthener—it contains calcium and protein. You can use it alone or as a base coat.
Healthy cuticles equals healthy nails, so this set will help you get there. It contains a cuticle remover to gently exfoliate dead or dry cuticles, a cuticle oil to moisturize, an ultra-nourishing cuticle repair cream, and a professional-grade stainless steel cuticle pusher and shaper.
This treatment is infused with keratin, which is a hardening protein that can prevent peeling and chipping. You might see improvement in just three days.
Unlock soft and moisturized nails and hands with this cream. It’s rich in antioxidants and contains organic shea butter.
A lot of nail polishes can be so harsh and drying, but not this one from Tenoverten. The nontoxic formula is free of acetone, parabens, and sharp odors. It contains nourishing ingredients like rosehip, horsetail leaf extract, and vitamin E.
This vegan and plant-powered formula works to strengthen and harden nails and promote growth. Ingredients include silica, horsetail, and garlic extract. To use, apply one coat to bare nails every other day for a week, then remove the product and start the process all over again until your nails look healthier and longer.
Formulated specially for nail health, Hum Nutrition’s Killer Nails supplement contains a high-potency vegan biotin. It’s non-GMO, is triple-tested for purity, and contains no artificial colors or sweeteners.
The rollerball applicator makes it so easy to apply this oil to your cuticles. It’s infused with botanical oils, vitamin E, and a rose scent to repair dry and cracked cuticles.
The key ingredient in this base coat is kale extract, which nourishes and strengthens the nails. The product also promotes nail growth, hydrates, and prevents breakage and splitting.
You don’t have to worry about your nails being dried or damaged with this polish remover. It’s acetone-free, but it’s still powerful enough to even the most stubborn nail colors.
If you want to do a natural nail look but need a little bit of help, apply this nail lacquer. It enhances the color of your natural nails, so pinks are pinker, whites are whiter, and your nails are shinier.
Use this conditioning treatment to strengthen and thicken the cuticle fibers. It also prevents cracking, splitting, and peeling while promoting nail growth. If you have severely damaged nails, it’s recommended to apply the product four times daily.
With a botanical formula, this base coat hydrates, repairs, and protects the nails. Ingredients include biotin, vitamin A, vitamin B5, and safflower oil.
If you’re deficient in biotin, taking capsules of it can benefit your hair, skin, and nails. This vegan formula is made with cold-pressed extra-virgin organic coconut oil.
Hard as Hoof’s Nail Strengthening Cream works to prevent splits, chips, and cracks, even on soft and brittle nails. One reviewer wrote, “I took my acrylic nails off, and my natural nails were extremely damaged—thin as paper and splitting. I thought about putting the acrylic back on. I used nail strengtheners that cost $40, and still they looked bad. Tried this product and within seven days my nails were looking and feeling great, and my cuticles were healthy and soft.”
In addition to biotin, this hair, skin, and nails supplement contains antioxidant-rich vitamins C and E and hyaluronic acid.
This three-step nail-recovery kit can repair acrylic and gel damage. It comes equipped with a ridge filler, strengthener, and cuticle oil.
Here’s a two-in-one product for stronger and healthier-looking nails—it’s both a base coat and a nail strengthener. As a bonus, it also prevents yellowing and discoloration caused by nail polish application.
With over 70,000 ratings and 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon, this cuticle oil comes highly recommended. One reviewer wrote, “Before I started using this my cuticles and the skin around my nails were lizard-like. White, dry, and peeling. I would get horrible hangnails as a result, which would bleed because they would split so far down. With this product all of that has stopped, and my skin is hydrated, soft, and no longer white and painful.” Next, This “Intimidating” Shade Is Pretty Much the Chicest Way to Elevate Your Nails