I am excited to share with you some of the latest treatment enriched nail polishes from Margaret Dabbs, which were launched only a few months ago. I have followed the pioneering work of Margaret Dabbs for a number of years now as she is an internationally recognised authority on the treatment of hands and feet.
Margaret was the first to combine the use of Australian Emu Oil in her products as she felt many others which she had tried didn’t give a real result on a treatment level or were unpleasant to use. She has successfully bridged the gap between beauty and treatment products that can be used at home to maintain the health of your hands and feet.
This year Margaret has branched out to create a completely unique, treatment enriched, cutting edge nail polish collection which are presented in an elegantly crafted bottle, that would look at home with any decor and has an expensive high end design, that I am proud to have on display when performing nail treatments.
The special treatment formula has been bespokely created by Margaret to promote nail health, contains Vitamin E to protect and strengthen, whilst botanical extract of Wild Rose, helps to revitalise and protect from infection, leaving a wonderfully floral aroma on the nails. Whilst being free from Formaldehyde, Toluene and DBP to ensure long lasting nail health.
I have chosen three shades from the collection to share with you, all of which are themed around the names of English flowers:
- Zinnia – This reminds of the natural leafy tones of plants and flowers in an English garden, it’s a bold yet sophisticated tone of green foliage that would look perfect with a LBD or a casual chic look.
- White Rose – This is a clever combination of neutral tones, to give a nude greige tone which gives an expensive and luxurious look to the nails. As if the shade has been created just for you to wear as it’s unlike any I have seen before.
- Scorpion Orchid – This is a bold patent black shade that gives an edgy high fashion look to the nails. If you don’t like to follow the crowd and are looking for something that bit different, then this is the colour for you.
Overall I found this an easy to apply formula and the length of the brush makes it easy to apply even to short nails. All of the shades are quite opaque on the first coat, whilst still being wearable if you’re in a hurry, but the full colour depth comes with two coats. Whilst wearing this polish I found that my nails felt stronger and could get a good five days of wear without any noticeable chipping.
If you are looking for a quick yet effective solution to strengthen your nails, combined with elegant colours to look after the health of your nails I would highly reccomend giving these treatment polishes a try.
Each of the bottles are 9ml in size and retail at £14 each, which are available to be purchased direct from Margaret Dabbs clinics or direct from the online website.
Have you tired any of the Margaret Dabbs range before?
Are you looking to try a new type of nail treatment?
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