General information on Japanese Dr. Nail Deep Serum for brittle nails
Package details: 6.6 ml
Manufacturer: Kowa Company, Ltd., Japan
Active ingredients: organic silicone (Equisetum arvense extract), organic sulfur (methylsulfonylmethane)
Medical effect: Dr. Nail Deep Serum from Japan is effective for the treatment of brittle and chipping nails
Contraindications and precautions:
If an allergic reaction occurs, stop using the product and consult with your doctor. If you’re taking any other medication or receiving any other treatment, you have to consult with your doctor before use.
Dosage and administration
For adults: apply on dry clean nails. Wait until dry. As this product is water-soluble, reapply after contact with water. Recommended for use before sleep. For long nails covered with nail gel, the serum can be used for the freshly grown area under cuticle and for the back side of the nail ends. When applying the serum to the back side of the nail ends, be careful not to push too hard and not to injure hyponychium.
How effective is Dr. Nail Deep Serum from Japan for brittle nails?
Dr. Nail Deep Serum was designed for solving the following problems:
- brittle nails,
- chipping nails,
- vertical stripes on the nails,
- aged nails,
- nails thinned after gel use.
Dr. Nail Deep Serum penetrates deeply to the structure of nails, delivering active ingredients, such as organic silicone (Equisetum arvense extract) and organic sulfur (methylsulfonylmethane), and strengthening nails from the inside.
Who should use Dr. Nail Deep Serum from Japan?
As Dr. Nail Deep Serum is water-soluble, it's better to use it before sleep, when you're not going to touch water for a long period of time. Also, it's a comfortable way to use the serum for people who don't wish have any kind of visible nail polish. However, it can be used for the day care as well, just reapply it after any contact with water. Moreover, Dr. Nail Deep Serum can be used for people with long nails covered with gel, as it can be applied to the back side of nail ends or to the freshly grown area under cuticle that is not covered with gel.