I can honestly say that I was highly sceptical about the Eve Snow Super Food Nail Mask – a nourisher for cuticles and nail beds. I’ve used it a couple of times now and I’m definitely a convert!
I don’t have incredibly dry cuticles, but softness in that area looks much better than that raggedy looking hardness that you can get. I love doing my nails, and usually slosh on a bit of oil after a manicure but don’t remember every time. The Eve Snow Super Food Nail Mask is exactly right for someone like me with a haphazard approach to cuticle nourishing because, as a five minute mask, it does undo some of the forgotten oil sins.
Strangely enough, it feels more watery than I was expecting – I think I expected a very oily complex, but it isn’t that at all. Ingredients listed are Marula Oil, Equisetum Arvense Extract (Horsetail extract – it’s a plant..no horses were harmed!) and B Complex (B12) so I’m not sure quite what is superfoody about those, but if they do the job, they do the job.
It’s pricy at £18 and worth experiementing to see what your normal moisturiser or hand cream can do if used as a nail mask – that’s something I’ll definitely be trying because I hadn’t thought of masking cuticles before, but it definitely improved the look and softness of mine. You can find Eve Snow Super Food Nail Mask HERE.
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