Homemade Pampering Tips #1

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Not a real nail polish but a soft eraser molded in my daughter’s fingernails. Photo credit: mystationarylife.com

Don’t have time to pamper you nails? Or don’t have enough budget to go to the nail salon? Either way, this helpful tips I stumble from ivillage.com will surely bring the life into your shabby-looking nails.

Mix brown sugar with lemon (or calamansi), honey, and olive oil (will try other edible oil as replacement) and scrub into hands and nails for a minute. The mixture would make the cuticles soft and easy to remove. If you have a wooden coffee stirrer, you can use it to push back cuticles. Your hands will look clean, soft and manicured after this.

 




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