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Review: Revitanail Nail Strengthener

I never had very terrible nails, but they would go through periods where they would peel even if I was wearing nail polish (especially when the polish would start the chip, then my nails would start to peel to) and sometimes split, which is never very nice.  I tried a couple of nail strengtheners and they would work for a while and then stop. I decided to give Revitanail a go since I needed to buy a new base coat anyways. I put it off for a while because it is expensive (about $30 aus) but then again it is about double the size of a regular polish (30ml).


This stuff is really good! It’s great as both a base coat and a treatment. The instruction that come with it are very specific when you should use it (apply it everyday for a couple of days and then take a break and then start again) but to be honest I couldn’t be bothered with that because I wanted to wear coloured nail polish. It probably wouldn’t be a bad idea to follow the instructions if your nails are in really bad condition but I have found that even when I use it as a base coat, it works really well. I do try and give my nails a breather from all nail polish every now and then. Earlier on when I would do this, during the ‘nail polish break’, my nails would get quite weak, but after using this stuff for a couple of months and the Blackmore’s nails, hair & skin health supplements my nails are now fine and so much stronger on their own. It should last you a while even if you use it a few times a week. It’s made by Dr. Lewinn’s and I bought mine from the chemist. The above picture is what the nail treatment should look like. However, if you are the owner of a rat beagle, then this is what yours may look like:


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