Elon Lanolin Rich Nail Conditioner 3-Pack (7.5 gm Jar)
Elon Lanolin-Rich Nail Conditioner is a dermatologist recommended and helps with a variety of nail problems such as cracking, splitting, peeling, thin, brittle, and difficult to grow nails.
The gentle and conditioning formula is infused with oxyquinoline to strengthen and thicken cuticle fibers.
Emollient lanolin assists in the natural and smooth regrowth of nails.
Lanolin is an effective emollient to promote healthy nail growth and provides skin protection for the cuticles.
Beeswax seals in the moisture on the skin and nails to promote healthy nails and cuticles.
Oxyquinoline acts as a preventative against the development of a possible fungal infection due to splitting, cracking, and peeling nails.
How to Apply
Severe Problem Nails: Remove nail polish. Apply 4 times daily. (More if desired). Massage into the entire nail, cuticle, and matrix area (the skin area behind the cuticle where new nails form). Nails will begin to grow faster in 2-3 weeks. Continue using for at least six months for optimal results.
Mild Problem Nails: Apply 2-4 times daily. (More if desired). Follow the directions above. Once nails are at the desired strength and health, follow the maintenance below.
Maintaining Healthy Nails: Apply once daily. If using nail polish, be sure to rub the nail conditioner into the cuticles and matrix area. This will help the cuticle and aid new nail growth.
Lanolin, Petrolatum, Beeswax, Sodium Borate, Oxyquinoline, Aromatics
I have used this cream on my doctor’s recommendation for several years on very dry nails. They are shiny and flexible now. Great product.
I had used the conditioner in a tube for years. Decided to switch to the jar as I wasn’t getting all the conditioner out of the tube. Love it!!!
I love using the nail cream from the jar.
Great product for trouble nails, and also excellent for maintaining the condition of your nails. Had peeling and breaking nails until my dermatologist recommended your product.
Istarted using this product on the advice of my dermatologist about two months ago. My nails seem more moisturized however they are still breaking, splitting and peeling badly. I'm told it will take six months for my nails to heal.