Mava-Flex Serum, For dry and too hard nails.

Mava-Flex Serum

For dry and too hard nails.

Nails    Nail Care
Mava-Flex Serum

Nails that are very dry, too hard and brittle are often due to external drying factors (harsh chemicals, frequent contact with water, overexposure to sun,…), but also to internal factors (age, diet, heredity,…).

MAVA-FLEX is a well-balanced concentrate based on urea, saccharides and hyaluronic acid, calcium, lemon essential oil and vitamin B5. It targets maintain a good moisture balance, to restore and maintain its flexibility to the nail plate. It also helps reinforce structure of nails, which are brittle or altered by drying products or external factors. Also ideal for toenails, that are generally quite hard.

To be used twice a week on bare nails, ideally before going to bed to allow this serum to act during the night. Brush onto the entire nail surface, after having removed any trace of nail polish, grease or oil. Massage in with your thumb, leave to penetrate. If you continue with your manicure, make sure you remove first the excess of product with a paper tissue.

Nails that are very dry, too hard and brittle are often due to external drying factors (harsh chemicals, frequent contact with water, overexposure to sun,…), but also to internal factors (age, diet, heredity,…).

MAVA-FLEX is a well-balanced concentrate based on urea, saccharides and hyaluronic acid, calcium, lemon essential oil and vitamin B5. It targets maintain a good moisture balance, to restore and maintain its flexibility to the nail plate. It also helps reinforce structure of nails, which are brittle or altered by drying products or external factors. Also ideal for toenails, that are generally quite hard.

To be used twice a week on bare nails, ideally before going to bed to allow this serum to act during the night. Brush onto the entire nail surface, after having removed any trace of nail polish, grease or oil. Massage in with your thumb, leave to penetrate. If you continue with your manicure, make sure you remove first the excess of product with a paper tissue.