I have tried many different kinds of cuticle oil’s and have never really noticed a difference between them. That was until I meet Dadi Oil. Dadi Oil has been described by some New Zealand Nail Artists as “Liquid Gold, ” and when Leah Light celebrity nail artist gave me a bottle to try, I began to understand why.
The Dadi oil treatment is designed to promote flexibility and strength. Dadi’ Oil combines the goodness of 21 naturally derived Essential Oils!Yes 21! And is enriched with Avocado Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and Jojoba Oil and with natural Vitamin E to moisture dry, damaged hands. Another bonus Dadi’ Oil is a 95% certified Organic. It was non-greasy and easy to apply! very important.
As a person who gets their nails done every three-weeks, I should be up on the game with nail oils and their importance. I take Solgar Hair, Skin and Nails daily, however, I struggle to take that extra step and apply an oil on a daily basis to my nail bed. That all changed when I discovered Dadi’ Oil and the importance of using Cuticle Oil daily was highlighted.
Tips for using Dadi Oil
My best tip for applying and remembering to apply the oil was given to me by Cherry at Cherry Nails. She suggested that I leave a bottle in the car, (in my case the drink holder) and apply it safely when at traffic lights. Over winter I have been applying it first thing while I want for my car to warm up and I havent forgotten yet.
Other options are to carry Dadi Oil in your handbag or have it by the bed. It will make such a difference if your nails are in need of some love and attention. A keep a mini bottle of Dadi Oil at my desk for lengthy phone calls.
I also suggest you try and wash your hands first before using Dadi Cuticle oil for the best results.
Have you tired Dadi’ Cuticle Oil?
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