Monday, April 7, 2014

Sally Hansen Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil

Hello nail lovers,

how are you?

Who hate a broken nail? I do, I really do, broken, chipped off, jaggy ends, etc, they really bugged me. If it happens on a long nails, I can just cut it off or use a nail file to tidy them up, but when it happens to a short nails, ouch, the cut may be went too deep and into the flesh under the nails. I dislike the feeling of a too-shorted nails. The skin underneath feels so sensitive.

This is one of the product made by Sally Hansen to help strengthen the nails and nourish the cuticles, it is called Sally Hansen Vitamin E Nail and Cuticle Oil.


Details from

Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil

Helps strengthen & nourish nail & cuticles
  • Get soft, healthy looking cuticles & smoother nails
  • Absorbs quickly into nails and cuticles to deeply hydrate
An intensely moisturizing Vitamin E oil that softens cuticles and cares for dry, brittle nails. Natural Essential Oil Complex with Vitamin E, Wheat Germ, Apricot Kernel, Aloe & Panthenol moisturizes & conditions cuticles while increasing nail flexibility. Salon tested. Dermatologist tested. 


Here it is a clear oil that contain a lot of nourishment for the nail and cuticle surrounding the nail. Please do read the instruction on how to use the product at the back of the packaging.


Use it nightly, massage in, leave it overnight and rinse it before using a nail color. Or if you are not using any nail color, just leave it as long as possible. One thing that caught my attention is the 4000 I.U of Vit E to help the nails getting stronger.


Of course, this is not a magic cure, use it regularly and as a routine activity to build the strength, for normal nail condition, it can be used as a booster, while for those with weak nails may use it as a treatment. The weaker the nails the longer it need to recover. The whole bottle last for months when used for all 20 nails (finger and toes).


This is how it looks like on the nails, oily and glistening. They oils doesn't last long on the nails and cuticles once I touch the bed for that 'overnight' treatment, since I moved around much. So I tend to leave it around 10-15 minutes while gently rubbed in after application for better penetration, before bed time.

The oils helps the nails to be stronger and the cuticles to stay moist, which is a good thing for those suffering from extreme dryness where the cuticles easily cut or peeled off (ouch).

Hmm, the product still contain paraben, so in terms of safety, I think it is best to used it as needed, maybe when the nails are already in healthy state, no need to use the product as a long term treatment.

Thank you Sally Hansen Indonesia.

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