Mani + Pedi™ CARE | CUTICLE NAIL OIL+
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Nourishing Cuticle Nail Oils+
The ultimate indulgence, without the calories!
Mani + Pedi™ Cuticle Nail Oil+ - nourishes without un-natural ingredients!
Some manicuring and pedicuring oils leave you feeling greasy after they're applied. Our oils are made from natural, plant oils which absorb quickly into the skin. They contain a harmonious blend of sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, and sunflower oil, allowing fingers to glide over the skin and penetrate deeply. Our Mani + Pedi™ Oils contain therapeutic quality essential oils for aromatherapy benefits. *Edible Mani + Pedi™ Oils contain pure essential oils and/or flavor oils. All of our Mani + Pedi™ Oils are scented unless otherwise stated.
This exquisite formula does not leave skin feeling greasy or sticky. The properties found within these oils condition and soften skin while providing minerals, vitamins and proteins. Mani + Pedi™ Oil can also be used as an after shower skin oil or as a personal perfume. Moisturizing, nourishing with quick absorption for cuticles, hands and feet. The ultimate indulgence, without the calories! Daily use of Mani + Pedi™ Oil after a shower, bath or washing hands is recommended. Following are some of the benefits of sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil and sunflower oil.
- Sunflower oil is a light, non-greasy oil that won’t leave skin feeling oily. It is made from the oil from sunflower seeds. It is rich in the essential fatty acid linoleic acid, as well as palmitic and stearic acids, which are all components of healthy skin. Linoleic acid in skin declines with age and can be stripped by harsh soaps and cleansers. Note: People with allergies to the sunflower plant family should avoid sunflower oil.
- Sweet almond oil is pale yellow in color. It is slightly oily, which allows hands to glide easily over skin. Sweet almond oil is absorbed fairly quickly, but not so quickly that you need to keep reapplying it. People with nut allergies should not use almond oil.
- Apricot kernel oil is similar in texture and color to almond oil. It is rich in vitamin E, a quality that gives it a longer shelf life than the typical oil. Like almond oil, apricot kernel oil is absorbed into the skin, so it won’t leave people feeling greasy afterwards. This property also makes it a good oil to use for aromatherapy massage.
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