So you eat right, take vitamins and stay hydrated, so why aren't your nails stronger?
You see, once your nail is visible it is already dead, so sorry to tell you, but no topically applied nail product will make them healthier or grow any faster. If you want to have healthier nails you need to grow them.
Healthy nails start deep under the cuticle, in an area called the matrix where they develop and grow. After years of research, we've determined three technologies that most support healthy nails at the root.
Red LED Light
LED light technology has been used safely and effectively for decades. This beneficial light aids in healthy cell function, heals damaged cells and promotes new healthy growth. It's even been proven to grow hair, repair muscles, reduce inflammation and replenish collagen, amazing we know!
This vital light produces a chemical reaction within cells that boosts energy production and cellular regeneration, giving cells the ability to perform at peak function.
StimuNail uses red LED light at a wavelength of 635nm directed on the cuticle area where new nail cells are made.
The more you use your fingers, the faster your nails will grow. It’s called micro-trauma, sounds bad, but it's actually good. We use our hands for everyday things like typing, tapping, prying, etc. this all increases circulation. This is due to increased stimulation which boosts circulation, nourishing cells with vital nutrients and oxygen so they have what's needed to grow strong, resilient and healthy.
StimuNail uses massaging vibration that invigorates the entire hand and stimulates the fingertips.
Nails grow faster in warmer weather, cold temperatures actually decrease blood flow to the fingertips. Our cells are most productive at a normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees. As fingers are warmed, circulation is boosted, bringing essential nutrients and oxygen to young developing nail cells to support new, healthy cell growth.
StimuNail has gentle heating pads on the fingertips to provide a soothing warmth to the nail and cuticle areas.