Saturday, April 16, 2011

Natural Nail Care

Just sitting back and relaxing using some of my favorite homemade nail care recipes.  So decide to do a quick post and share the recipes with you.  Try out these; do it yourself, homemade natural nail care recipes.  These fun and easy recipes will strengthen and whiten your nails.

Make your own natural nail care products with these simple recipes. 

Nail Strengthening Soak
2 egg yolks, beaten
1/4 cup milk
1 T honey
Mix all ingredients in a small bowl. Soak nails for 10 to 15 minutes. Rinse well. Protein from the eggs and calcium from the milk will make your nails hard as rocks!

Honey is a naturally healing moisturizer, full of natural enzymes and vital nutrients, such as vitamins C, D, and E, to leave skin soft and healthy.

Nail Whitener Soak
4 T lemon juice
3 T warm water
Mix juice and water in a small glass or ceramic bowl. Soak nails 10 minutes or until stains are removed and nails appear white. Rinse well.
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The Jacksons said...

Awesome! I'm going try out the nail strengthener. said...

Thanks for the recipes! Sadly, I get a proper manicure maybe once a year:( Gonna try the nail whitener!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for these great ideas....can't wait to give them a try : )

Stephanie H. said...

Thanks for the easy no bull recipes. I love this for my best friend. I love low cost made at home beneficial things.

HollyBear said...

Ill definitely try this next.
Ive just tried the method of hydrogen peroxide, water, and baking soda.
It worked well, for the most part.
Thanks for the tip

Moni said...


Bonnie Campbell said...

Thanks for the tips. I appreciate you sharing your recipes

Anonymous said...

How long can you keep the nail strengthening soak for and how often can you use it I have very weak

Anonymous said...

Is there anything I can substitute for the honey?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Tips, will try this weekend

Paula Parrish said...

Feel free to omit the honey from this recipe.