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Oriflame offers Beautiful Nails in 6 simple steps

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Sep '05
Belgium based high-quality natural skincare seller company Oriflame launched Beautiful nails in six easy steps.

Your hands well deserve some tender loving care. With our bare hands, as we all know, we humans can show consideration, gather knowledge, express feelings and build a culture.

Hands on show
It's easy to forget your hands during your daily beauty care routine, and instead put all the focus on your face. Remember that your hands are on show just as much as your face!

Your nails grow an average of 0.1 mm every day, often a bit faster during summer time. Hands are almost constantly exposed to the elements with wrinkles, cracks and irritations as a consequence. Make sure to apply hand cream to your hands and nails on a regular basis.

Six simple steps
Below are six simple steps towards even more beautiful hands. The products recommended are part of the new line Oriflame Colour which currently is being launched step-by-step all over the world.

1. Remove old nail polish with Conditioning Nail Polish Remover .

2. Apply Cuticle Remover Gel and leave it on for 3-5 minutes. Gently push back the cuticles.

3. Massage Nail & Cuticle Vitamin Cream into the base of the nails. As a special treatment for especially brittle nails you can also use Nail & Cuticle Fortifier , letting the product stay on during night.

4. If you need to fill in ridges on your nails in order to create a smooth surface, then Quick Fix Base Coat is the best alternative.


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