New Nails Nail Strengthener

.5 fl. oz bottle

Retail Price: $10.95


Member Price: $5.95 (Save 46%)

.5 fl. oz bottle

Why You’ll Love It

Strengthen brittle, broken, and weak nails with No Miss Cosmetics New Nails Hardener. This all-natural formula prevents nails from chipping, splitting, and peeling, and promotes healthier, longer nails.
SKU: 359810003306

About This Brand

No Miss Cosmetics has taken a new, innovative, young, and fresh way to market and manufacture cosmetics for the new generation, using natural resources to develop non-chemical, non-cancerous products without harming the environment.
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Ingredients

Dill Seeds, carageena whole plant, coffee arabica seeds, ginseng root, rose canina fruit extract, hyemale plant extract, horsetail, and cucumber fruit extract.


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