We know, nail kit creation isn’t on top of your list of things to do, but chances are you have most of these things lying around your house, so putting one together shouldn’t be too hard. Find a small vessel in which the nail kit contents can be carried, and store it in your purse, car or office desk. If you don’t know where to start, we’ve compiled a very short list below. You’ll thank us later.
Treat your hands and feet like you do your face. When you wash your hands and feet, moisturize them. Hydration is key for hand, feet and nail health so any topical treatments and moisturizers that work best for you and your extremities is key.
Everyone needs a buffer in certain life situations, and the same goes for you nails. A buffing tool is a great way to prep your nails for a manicure, as well as filling away any rough or even edges. Keeping your nails trimmed and smooth makes certain that you won’t catch your nail on something and cause an infection.
this handy little tool will do more for just your nails and it’s why it should be in your ket. Tweezers are great for pulling out hair, splinters or ticks—if you’re more of the adventurous type—that could cause bacteria build up, infection or even disease. Pro tip: always opt for stainless steel tweezers because they are more hygienic and grip better.
This should go without saying. Nail 17 is a powerful, patented combination of essential oils that kills all 17 bacteria known to cause unhealthy nails. Not only is this easy to store in your nail kit, it’s so easy to use. Just swipe it on your nails and you’re done. No brainer.