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By Brokencyde. I found this band by a friend telling me to listen to this 'guilty pleasure' song called "Bree, Bree" by this band.. They are obnoxious/rude, crass and strange.. Which is probably why I enjoy their songs on rare occasions. Screaming is a plus.

OK! So, I said I would keep everyone updated on that Dead Sea spa care package.. I have been doing such a bad job of that. I mentioned it on July 20 and it is now August 7 (AYE! Time flies!)..

Anyways, I have been using the system faithfully everytime I have a few days off of work thus giving my nails time to breathe between polish action. I sadly haven't noticed the yellowing disappearing except for when I cut off the growth of my nails, which thankfully grow fast.

I am beginning to wonder if it wasn't nail polish that stained my nails but something else.. It is weird because sometimes I SWEAR the yellowness is gone.. Then a few hours or a day later it is back (probably just lighting.. I like to pretend to believe otherwise though!)

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The reason I keep using this stuff though is that the cuticle cream is AH-MA-ZING.. Plus paired with the lotion (which somehow my super sensitive skin accepts, yay!) your hands just feel awesome!! Plus I like the buffing system on the nails, makes them smooth and polish application is just great!

Ok.. Enough blabber eh!

Comments

Lucy said…
I just think that yellow nails comes with the territory. I don't think anyone has found a product to remove yellowing. The only was I got rid of my yellow nails was cutting all my nails short. Then I left the polish off for about three months. Yellow gone! Boring! I'll just keep my nails polished and cover up the yellow. I can understand the insomnia. I can be found at the computer day or night. People get very annoyed with me because they can never call me because I might be asleep. I say good to that, more computer and me time.

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