Ah, this is a neat little thing from Bourjois. The Bourjois Magic Nail Care is like their one second remover in format – a pre-soaked sponge that you just dip your fingers in and out of, but instead of being remover, it’s a nail conditioner. There’s no real benefit over applying nail and cuticle oil from a brush but it’s just a different way to do it.Bourjois Magic Nail Care
The formula of Bourjois Magic Nail Care is jojoba oil based, so a winner on conditioning, but it’s promising stronger nails and supple cuticles which I think is what we all want! I’m super lazy when it comes to doing the nail oil thing (I usually use Solar Oil) but I can see myself dipping my tips while I’m watching TV or something and hardly even noticing I’m doing it. The scent is a generic floral – nothing remarkable there, but nothing not to like, either.
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