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Red Therapy

Nourishing Cuticle Oil

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
Red Therapy

Nourishing Cuticle Oil

$13.00 

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Description

Dashing Diva's REDTHERAPY Nourishing Cuticle Oil helps breaking or peeling nails get stronger while hydrating dry, unruly cuticles.

Features:

  • Heal your skin with this powerful oil botanical infusion of Apricot, Almond and Jojoba oils
  • These oils are the perfect blend of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-fungal properties to help restore nails and cuticles
  • Provides maximum nourishment for strong, flexible natural nails and deep hydration for cuticle care

Instructions:

  1. Wash hands with soap and water. Push back cuticles.​
  2. Gradually apply oil on cuticle and nail bed.
  3. Massage oil into nails.
  4. When to Use: Apply to cuticle and nail area daily, or as needed. Can also be used for gentle removal of Dashing Diva nail strips and press-ons.
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Reviewed by Ellen
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Love this product!!!

I was in Sally's looking for a cuticle oil pen that I could tuck in my purse and I came across your display at the checkout counter. I love everything about this little diva from the delivery system to the oil itself! A roll on?!?!? What a good idea! It doesnt come pouring out. Just enough as it glides around your cuticles. And the fragrance!! So pleasant! But doesn't linger! And the oil is just right, not too light, not too heavy. I hope you never quit making it but if you decide to, please let me know so I can buy a lifetime supply!

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