The end of my Rimmel Nail Nurse, Nail Rescue treatment

Yay my Rimmel nail nurse treatment finished a couple of days ago so I’ve been able to start wearing some of my nail polishes that I won in the #EssentialBeauty comptition!

I’m really happy with the results I’ve had with this product. My nails are, naturally, really weak so it’s about time that I tried something to improve the quality and strength of them.

This was a two week treatment and I’ve definitely noticed a difference in the strength of my nails during the treatment and, still, since it’s finished. I still have lots of faults in my nails, and they’re still peeling in some places but these are very old problems and they’re not going to go away over night. I am hoping, though, that because my nails are stronger now I’ll be able to grow some of the peeling areas and some of the faults out.

Also, during the no polish time, I’ve managed to buff and soak my nails a couple of times which has managed to remove some of the staining on them – Not all of it but a good deal of it.

 

Here they are at the beginning of the treatment.

 

 

And here my nails are now, they look soo much better than they did before and they’re bending soo much less. Yay! A product I’m definitely going to use again and would definitely recommend, especially at the bargain price of £4.49.

6 Comments

  1. admin September 1, 2013 / 2:04 pm

    Hope it works out for you Chloe 🙂

    How are your nails doing now, Kate?

    I just can't afford nail envy when I know there's something that does a pretty good job for a fraction of the price 🙂

  2. Anonymous June 7, 2014 / 4:34 pm

    hi soooo should you only use this for two days ie., remove on the third day and then replace again on 7th day??? or is it safe t leave on all the time.

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