Natural Hand and Nail Soak

Natural Hand and Nail Soak

Weather, stress, and daily household tasks can take a toll on your hands and nails. It won’t take much for your hands and nails to start looking dry, dull, and aged, which is a look that is never in fashion. Instead, beat the problem naturally when you make your own natural hand and nail soak. You can make a hand and nail soak using a few simple ingredients you most likely have in your home already. Within minutes, your hands and nails will look fresh and revitalized. Take a peek at how easy it is to whip up a batch of your own.

 DIY Natural Nail Soak

Natural Hand and Nail Soak

Supplies needed:
2 cups of warm water
2 drops of Dawn dish soap
1 teaspoon of olive oil
1 teaspoon of lemon juice

For all of the above ingredients, feel free to use a generic or organic version of the product. Always remember a little goes a long way, leaving you plenty of supplies to create this hand and nail soak in the future if needed.

1. Begin by combining all of the ingredients into a bowl. You want the water to be as warm as tolerable. It is essential to the softening of your nail beds and hands that it be this temperature.
2. Mix the ingredients with a whisk or fork. This will help it lather up nicely and make sure the contents are distributed evenly.
3. Place your hands in the bowl and relax. Allow your hands and fingers to soak for about 15 minutes or until the water turns cool.
4. Remove your hands and rinse. Pat dry.

This natural hand and nail soak will leave your skin soft, moisturize, and refreshed. It is the perfect start to a DIY manicure, so gather your ingredients and give it a try. Your hands and nails will love it.


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  1. says

    I need this, like, yesterday. My nails are in bad shape because of medication and fibromyalgia. I’ve been looking for a good way to start a manicure routine. #SITSSharefest

  2. says

    Going to share this with my teen dd that is just starting to get into doing her nails. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Sweet Sharing Mon. Link Party.


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