Friday, February 21, 2014

Bliss Kiss Pure Nail Oil - It Came Early!!

Happy Friday!

So happy the oil came today, a full two days earlier than the earliest delivery estimate. I had it delivered to work so I was able to start using it right away. Good thing I'd already taken the before pictures. 

So, side by side comparison (sort of) with only half a day on the oil. I know I'm impressed.

 lefty before
 lefty after half a day
 righty before
righty after half a day

Even that wreck of a ring fingernail on the right is looking much better already.

I didn't intend this to be a full review but I just can't wait to say that my nails are just sucking this stuff up even after I'd been using my own oil for several days. I am now convinced it is the difference in the ingredients and the definitely the difference in the jojoba source.

And the scent is just lovely.

I had intended to get the fragrance free and apparently neglected to pick that one but I'm glad I ended up with the Crisp scent, after all. On me, it has a lemony fragrance with an undertone of something that smells to me like sandalwood. The fragrance is light and not at all overpowering. My friend at work who is really sensitive to fragrance really liked it and my mother, who is also a sensitive type, hasn't even mentioned yet that something about me smells different and I sat next to her in the living room for a good 15 minutes.

I can't believe how much I love this oil already and it's only been half of a day! Have I mentioned that already?

If you'd like to try Bliss Kiss Pure Nail Oil for yourself, head on over to the website or you can also find it here on Amazon.

So, if you all will forgive me, I think I would like to put the dotticure off a few days and keep going with the 3 day naked nails challenge. If my nails are this much improved with only half a day of use, I can't imagine what they'll look like by noon on Monday.

Oops!  Time for another application.  Thanks for reading and stay tuned!


PS... just learned from the Pure Nail Oil Facebook page that the jojoba source isn't really different from what I used. Jojoba oil is not really an oil at all but a wax ester that is liquid at room temperature. Didn't know that but now we all do. 

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