Organic Argania Spinosa (Argan) Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil (Simmondsia Chinensis), Sesame Seed Oil (Sesamum Indicum), Shea Oil (Butyrospermum Parkii), (Avocado Oil (Persea Gratissima), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Leaf Extract, Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Vegetable Glycerin, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Biotin (Vitamin B 7), (Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Grapefruit Seed Extract &Sorbic Acid (natural preservative)
Peppermint Mani-Pedi Oil
$13.00 – $33.00
Take your mani-pedi routine to new heights with Nabila K Peppermint Cuticle oil (with argan and jojoba oils). Light penetrating oil extracts have a subtle peppermint fragrance. Peppermint has long been used by ancient civilizations, who used it for a wide range of purposes. Many used peppermint as part of their beauty routine. Now you can too! Cuticle oil is great for maintaining cuticle health as well as nourishing them at the end of a long day in harsh environments.
For manicure or pedicure, rub oil into cuticles to repair & soften hands & feet. You can slip oil-soaked hands and feet into cotton gloves & socks overnight.
- Protects and nourishes
- Fast absorbing formulation
- Clean fresh peppermint scent
- All-natural peppermint and pure essential oils
- Perfect for relieving dried cuticles from handwashing
- 100% Vegan
- Made in the U.S.A.
Beauty Boost: THE Best Manicure-Pedicure You’ll Ever Have
Step by Step: How to give yourself a spa mani-pedi.
What you need:
- Nabila K Mani-Pedi Peppermint Scrub.
- Nail file, buffer, nail brush and clippers.
- Cotton balls and nail polish remover.
- Nail polish (base and top coats too).
- Cuticle sticks.
- Nabila K Mani-Pedi Peppermint Oil
- Two small bowl with warm water (place colorful stones in the bottom).
- Large bowl with warm water (place colorful stones in the bottom).
- Large Turkish towels.
- Nabila K Mani-Pedi Peppermint Lotion.
Step One: Nail Care
Make sure you begin your mani-pedi with clean hands and feet. Then, remove any remnants of polish on your nails using the cotton ball and polish remover. Try to avoid the acetate removers as they are super harsh on your nails.
Step Two: Soak
Place your hands and feet into the warm water and set a timer for at least 10 minutes. Listen to a book on tape or some relaxing music. This is a great time for a diffuser or to light a scented candle. Allow yourself to play with the stones at the bottom of the bowls…it helps circulate the water and is ultra-relaxing.
Step Three: Shape nails
Remove your hands from the bowls of water and dry. Next, clip your nails if they are too long, then file them. Apply the cuticle oil on each finger at the cuticle and rub it in lightly. Remove your feet from their bath, dry, and follow the same procedure.
Step Four: Exfoliate
Using the scrub, exfoliate your feet and then your hands. This is easier to do if you use a small nail brush or loofah. If you have a callus remover tool, such as a ped-egg, use this to remove calluses on feet. Do not use it on hands.
Step Five: Buff and Shine
Make sure both your hands and feet are completely dry, then using the buffing tool, lightly buff your nails. Don’t be tempted to skip this step as it helps make your nails smooth and buffs down any edges your regular nail file may have left behind. Take a clean cotton ball, place a small amount of rubbing alcohol on it (a VERY small amount), and wipe over your nails. This removes any residue and allows the polish to last longer on your nails. Another great tip is to apply a small amount of Vaseline around your nails so if you color outside the lines when applying polish, it is easy to wipe off without messing up your paint job.
Maintenance: Apply cuticle oil each night before bed to keep nails and cuticles nourished and protected.
Warning: For adult and external use only. Discontinue use if irritation occurs & contact physician.