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Moviestar™ Nail & Cuticle Care Cream

Regular price Rs. 2,200.00
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Give your cuticles, nails and nail beds the ultimate Moviestar™ care. This one of kind beauty care luxury combines intensive nail care with spa like pampering, to provide the most beautiful nails, ever. It helps boost the growth of healthy nails and cuticles, and repairs any damage caused by the sun or chemicals from nail paints. Additionally, it provides nourishment and strength to nails and cuticles, and thoroughly moisturizes the skin around nails to prevent and cure yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling, while its mesmerizing scent invigorates the senses
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Benefits

⚜ Nourishes & hydrates the skin cells.
⚜ Heals & strengthens dry or damaged nails to greatly improve their quality
⚜ Protection from sun damage, dirt, detergent, water, etc.
⚜ Prevents and cures yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling etc.
⚜ Maintains the smooth and glossy look of nails & cuticles
⚜ Provides specialized conditioning, hydration and essential moisturization to the finger nail area to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ Exfoliates living skin
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Reduces the chipping of nails from their tip
⚜ Protects the nails and the skin around them, and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Maintains cuticles' suppleness
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Removes dead skin from the nail plate
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of premature aging, including dryness, dullness, etc.
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Fast penetration
⚜ Heals and prevents cracked and bleeding cuticles
⚜ Promotes faster nail growth
⚜ Moisturizes, softens and nourishes the cuticles

Fragrance

The mesmerizing fragrance of Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream is a unique combination of Lavender and Saffron

How to use

⚜ Wash Nails And Pat Dry
⚜ Take pea sized quantity of this cream and apply on and around the nails, fingers and hand
⚜ Massage for one minute minute so that its fast acting nutrients get absorbed by the nails and cuticles.

When to use

⚜ Apply twice a day, or more depending on the frequency of washing hands, and on the severity of nail and cuticle damage.
⚜ All season usage recommended to maintain, hydrate, and protect your cuticle throughout the year.
⚜ Moisturize your cuticles before and after water exposure
⚜ Bedtime application is necessary to allow the product to rejuvenate throughout the night.
⚜ Apply around the nail, including the fingertips if necessary (dry, chapped skin). Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion and allow it to penetrate.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ brittle and weak nails
⚜ peeling or splitting nails
⚜ hangnails
⚜ dry, hardened, or cracked cuticles
⚜ nails and cuticles that tend to split and get raggedy due to swimming or cold weather

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ wants to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ wants to grow long nails without breakage
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment

⚪ Including this cream in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes at present, as it prevents signs of premature aging of nails

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Jojoba Oil ⚜ Mandarin Hydrosol Infused With Powders Of White Willow Bark And Turmeric ⚜ Vitamin-E ⚜ Xanthun Gum ⚜ Cetearyl Alcohol ⚜ Stearic Acid ⚜ Aloe Vera Juice ⚜ Hyaluronic Acid ⚜ Sensicare ⚜ Essential Oils Of Spearmint And Lavender ⚜ Saffron Infused Oil.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Nails are mainly composed of a hard horny plate known as the nail plate. Like hair, the nail plate consists of hard keratin and lipids. The nail plate is an indicator of overall health. The degree of hydration is thought to be the most important factor influencing the physical properties of the nail. Frequent washing of nails can increase their brittleness. It has been reported that repeated hydration and dehydration of nail plates causes delamination, dryness and brittleness, which is a condition known as lamellar dystrophy. This condition has been attributed to (a) the diminished capacity of the nail plate to hold water as a result of a change in the ability of the protein structure to bind water, and (b) a reduced water content between the corneocytes cells. It goes without saying that lamellar dystrophy can be prevented by increasing the hydration of the nail and improving the barrier function.
Water changes a wide variety of properties of human keratin fibers, such as hair and nails, and therefore plays an important role in their cosmetic performance. Water diffusivity in wool, horn, and the corneocyte phase of stratum corneum considerably increases with increased water content in the tissue. However, water sorption of wool is well documented whereas there are few data on human hair and nails.
The amount of water in a sample may be expressed in terms of either regain or moisture content. Regain is the mass of adsorbed water over the mass of dry sample, whereas moisture content is the same mass over the mass of the sample.
The determination of water sorption isotherm by isothermally applying discrete, cumulative humidity changes involves dynamic and static aspects from which diffusion coefficients and equilibrium water contents are deduced. Time/absorption isotherms provide a complete description of the absorption phenomenon under particular conditions such as initial regain of the sample, temperature and relative humidity. Moisture sorption isotherm of keratins has been for a long time deeply studied and models specifically developed for describing the shape of the moisture sorption and desorption can be found. The Vrentas and Vrentas model emphasizes the role of the glass transition in generating the sigmoidal shape of the adsorption isotherm. In another work, the uptake of water by polar polymers was described by the Flory–Huggins equation.
It is common knowledge that there is a good correlation between the number of water molecules calculated that exist in a monolayer and the number of polar side chains using the classic Brunauer, Emmet and Teller (BET) multilayer sorption equation. This suggests that each polar group initially sorbs one molecule of water followed by multimolecular sorption at higher humidity. The BET equation is used because its simplicity and the International Union of the Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) approval. However, the Guggenheim, Andersen and de Boer (GAB) sorption equation also provides monolayer sorption values and has become more popular because the range of relative vapour pressure interval is much wider than that of the BET equation. The BET and the GAB isotherms are closely related since they are based on the same statistical model. The GAB is an improvement on the BET model and shares with it the two original BET constants: (a) the monolayer capacity Wm, and (b) the energy constant Cg.
Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient for vision, reproduction, cell and tissue differentiation, and immune function. Vitamin D and calcium work together in cases of maintaining homeostasis, creating muscle contraction, transmission of nerve pulses, blood clotting, and membrane structure. A lack of vitamin A, vitamin D, or calcium can cause dryness and brittleness.
Insufficient vitamin B12 can lead to excessive dryness, darkened nails, and rounded or curved nail ends. Insufficient intake of both vitamin A and B results in fragile nails with horizontal and vertical ridges. Both vitamin B12 and folate play a role in red blood cell production and oxygen transportation to nail cells. Inadequacies can result in discoloration of the nails. Diminished dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids may contribute to dry and brittle nails.
Protein is a building material for new nails; therefore, low dietary protein intake may cause anemia and the resultant reduced hemoglobin in the blood filling the capillaries of the nail bed reflects varying amounts of light incident on the nail matrix resulting in lighter shades of pink ultimately resulting in white nail beds when the hemoglobin is very low. When hemoglobin is close to 15 or 16 grams, most of the spectrum of light is absorbed and only the pink color is reflected back and the nails look pink.
Essential fatty acids play a large role in healthy skin as well as nails. Splitting and flaking of nails may be due to a lack of linoleic acid. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture. Iron deficiency in general may cause the nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex. As oxygen is needed for healthy nails, an iron deficiency or anemia can lead to vertical ridges or concavity in the nails.


Nails are like sponges. When water (or any chemical) enters the nail cells, those cells expand, and subsequently contract. This process puts a lot of extra strain on your nails, making them more susceptible to weakening, peeling, and breakage. Further, any nail immersed in water for prolonged periods will become very flexible and soft, which can lead to more breakage, thinning, and weakening over time. Every sort water-related activity (showers, hand washing, dish scrubbing, etc.) can put this type of stress on your nails. Moreover, most nail polishes, paints and removers contain harmful chemicals which are absorbed by the nails and ends harming them. Extended sunlight exposure results in UVA induced harm to the nails.

Nails are composed of nail plates, each of which is made of layers of a protein called keratin. Cuticles are softer the nails and are made of skin tissue. The cuticles are tasked with protecting the hard nails from infection. One of the functions of the cuticles is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use this nail and cuticle care cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.

Moviestar™ Nail & Cuticle Care Cream

Regular price Rs. 2,200.00
Sale price Rs. 2,200.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Skip to product information
1 of 10
Social Welfare

Benefits

⚜ Nourishes & hydrates the skin cells.
⚜ Heals & strengthens dry or damaged nails to greatly improve their quality
⚜ Protection from sun damage, dirt, detergent, water, etc.
⚜ Prevents and cures yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling etc.
⚜ Maintains the smooth and glossy look of nails & cuticles
⚜ Provides specialized conditioning, hydration and essential moisturization to the finger nail area to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ Exfoliates living skin
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Reduces the chipping of nails from their tip
⚜ Protects the nails and the skin around them, and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Maintains cuticles' suppleness
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Removes dead skin from the nail plate
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of premature aging, including dryness, dullness, etc.
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Fast penetration
⚜ Heals and prevents cracked and bleeding cuticles
⚜ Promotes faster nail growth
⚜ Moisturizes, softens and nourishes the cuticles

Fragrance

The mesmerizing fragrance of Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream is a unique combination of Lavender and Saffron

How to use

⚜ Wash Nails And Pat Dry
⚜ Take pea sized quantity of this cream and apply on and around the nails, fingers and hand
⚜ Massage for one minute minute so that its fast acting nutrients get absorbed by the nails and cuticles.

When to use

⚜ Apply twice a day, or more depending on the frequency of washing hands, and on the severity of nail and cuticle damage.
⚜ All season usage recommended to maintain, hydrate, and protect your cuticle throughout the year.
⚜ Moisturize your cuticles before and after water exposure
⚜ Bedtime application is necessary to allow the product to rejuvenate throughout the night.
⚜ Apply around the nail, including the fingertips if necessary (dry, chapped skin). Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion and allow it to penetrate.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ brittle and weak nails
⚜ peeling or splitting nails
⚜ hangnails
⚜ dry, hardened, or cracked cuticles
⚜ nails and cuticles that tend to split and get raggedy due to swimming or cold weather

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ wants to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ wants to grow long nails without breakage
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment

⚪ Including this cream in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes at present, as it prevents signs of premature aging of nails

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Jojoba Oil ⚜ Mandarin Hydrosol Infused With Powders Of White Willow Bark And Turmeric ⚜ Vitamin-E ⚜ Xanthun Gum ⚜ Cetearyl Alcohol ⚜ Stearic Acid ⚜ Aloe Vera Juice ⚜ Hyaluronic Acid ⚜ Sensicare ⚜ Essential Oils Of Spearmint And Lavender ⚜ Saffron Infused Oil.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Nails are mainly composed of a hard horny plate known as the nail plate. Like hair, the nail plate consists of hard keratin and lipids. The nail plate is an indicator of overall health. The degree of hydration is thought to be the most important factor influencing the physical properties of the nail. Frequent washing of nails can increase their brittleness. It has been reported that repeated hydration and dehydration of nail plates causes delamination, dryness and brittleness, which is a condition known as lamellar dystrophy. This condition has been attributed to (a) the diminished capacity of the nail plate to hold water as a result of a change in the ability of the protein structure to bind water, and (b) a reduced water content between the corneocytes cells. It goes without saying that lamellar dystrophy can be prevented by increasing the hydration of the nail and improving the barrier function.
Water changes a wide variety of properties of human keratin fibers, such as hair and nails, and therefore plays an important role in their cosmetic performance. Water diffusivity in wool, horn, and the corneocyte phase of stratum corneum considerably increases with increased water content in the tissue. However, water sorption of wool is well documented whereas there are few data on human hair and nails.
The amount of water in a sample may be expressed in terms of either regain or moisture content. Regain is the mass of adsorbed water over the mass of dry sample, whereas moisture content is the same mass over the mass of the sample.
The determination of water sorption isotherm by isothermally applying discrete, cumulative humidity changes involves dynamic and static aspects from which diffusion coefficients and equilibrium water contents are deduced. Time/absorption isotherms provide a complete description of the absorption phenomenon under particular conditions such as initial regain of the sample, temperature and relative humidity. Moisture sorption isotherm of keratins has been for a long time deeply studied and models specifically developed for describing the shape of the moisture sorption and desorption can be found. The Vrentas and Vrentas model emphasizes the role of the glass transition in generating the sigmoidal shape of the adsorption isotherm. In another work, the uptake of water by polar polymers was described by the Flory–Huggins equation.
It is common knowledge that there is a good correlation between the number of water molecules calculated that exist in a monolayer and the number of polar side chains using the classic Brunauer, Emmet and Teller (BET) multilayer sorption equation. This suggests that each polar group initially sorbs one molecule of water followed by multimolecular sorption at higher humidity. The BET equation is used because its simplicity and the International Union of the Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) approval. However, the Guggenheim, Andersen and de Boer (GAB) sorption equation also provides monolayer sorption values and has become more popular because the range of relative vapour pressure interval is much wider than that of the BET equation. The BET and the GAB isotherms are closely related since they are based on the same statistical model. The GAB is an improvement on the BET model and shares with it the two original BET constants: (a) the monolayer capacity Wm, and (b) the energy constant Cg.
Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient for vision, reproduction, cell and tissue differentiation, and immune function. Vitamin D and calcium work together in cases of maintaining homeostasis, creating muscle contraction, transmission of nerve pulses, blood clotting, and membrane structure. A lack of vitamin A, vitamin D, or calcium can cause dryness and brittleness.
Insufficient vitamin B12 can lead to excessive dryness, darkened nails, and rounded or curved nail ends. Insufficient intake of both vitamin A and B results in fragile nails with horizontal and vertical ridges. Both vitamin B12 and folate play a role in red blood cell production and oxygen transportation to nail cells. Inadequacies can result in discoloration of the nails. Diminished dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids may contribute to dry and brittle nails.
Protein is a building material for new nails; therefore, low dietary protein intake may cause anemia and the resultant reduced hemoglobin in the blood filling the capillaries of the nail bed reflects varying amounts of light incident on the nail matrix resulting in lighter shades of pink ultimately resulting in white nail beds when the hemoglobin is very low. When hemoglobin is close to 15 or 16 grams, most of the spectrum of light is absorbed and only the pink color is reflected back and the nails look pink.
Essential fatty acids play a large role in healthy skin as well as nails. Splitting and flaking of nails may be due to a lack of linoleic acid. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture. Iron deficiency in general may cause the nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex. As oxygen is needed for healthy nails, an iron deficiency or anemia can lead to vertical ridges or concavity in the nails.


Nails are like sponges. When water (or any chemical) enters the nail cells, those cells expand, and subsequently contract. This process puts a lot of extra strain on your nails, making them more susceptible to weakening, peeling, and breakage. Further, any nail immersed in water for prolonged periods will become very flexible and soft, which can lead to more breakage, thinning, and weakening over time. Every sort water-related activity (showers, hand washing, dish scrubbing, etc.) can put this type of stress on your nails. Moreover, most nail polishes, paints and removers contain harmful chemicals which are absorbed by the nails and ends harming them. Extended sunlight exposure results in UVA induced harm to the nails.

Nails are composed of nail plates, each of which is made of layers of a protein called keratin. Cuticles are softer the nails and are made of skin tissue. The cuticles are tasked with protecting the hard nails from infection. One of the functions of the cuticles is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use this nail and cuticle care cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.

Moviestar™ Nail & Cuticle Care Cream

Regular price Rs. 2,200.00
Sale price Rs. 2,200.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

⚜ Nourishes & hydrates the skin cells.
⚜ Heals & strengthens dry or damaged nails to greatly improve their quality
⚜ Protection from sun damage, dirt, detergent, water, etc.
⚜ Prevents and cures yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling etc.
⚜ Maintains the smooth and glossy look of nails & cuticles
⚜ Provides specialized conditioning, hydration and essential moisturization to the finger nail area to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ Exfoliates living skin
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Reduces the chipping of nails from their tip
⚜ Protects the nails and the skin around them, and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Maintains cuticles' suppleness
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Removes dead skin from the nail plate
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of premature aging, including dryness, dullness, etc.
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Fast penetration
⚜ Heals and prevents cracked and bleeding cuticles
⚜ Promotes faster nail growth
⚜ Moisturizes, softens and nourishes the cuticles

Fragrance

The mesmerizing fragrance of Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream is a unique combination of Lavender and Saffron

How to use

⚜ Wash Nails And Pat Dry
⚜ Take pea sized quantity of this cream and apply on and around the nails, fingers and hand
⚜ Massage for one minute minute so that its fast acting nutrients get absorbed by the nails and cuticles.

When to use

⚜ Apply twice a day, or more depending on the frequency of washing hands, and on the severity of nail and cuticle damage.
⚜ All season usage recommended to maintain, hydrate, and protect your cuticle throughout the year.
⚜ Moisturize your cuticles before and after water exposure
⚜ Bedtime application is necessary to allow the product to rejuvenate throughout the night.
⚜ Apply around the nail, including the fingertips if necessary (dry, chapped skin). Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion and allow it to penetrate.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ brittle and weak nails
⚜ peeling or splitting nails
⚜ hangnails
⚜ dry, hardened, or cracked cuticles
⚜ nails and cuticles that tend to split and get raggedy due to swimming or cold weather

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ wants to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ wants to grow long nails without breakage
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment

⚪ Including this cream in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes at present, as it prevents signs of premature aging of nails

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Jojoba Oil ⚜ Mandarin Hydrosol Infused With Powders Of White Willow Bark And Turmeric ⚜ Vitamin-E ⚜ Xanthun Gum ⚜ Cetearyl Alcohol ⚜ Stearic Acid ⚜ Aloe Vera Juice ⚜ Hyaluronic Acid ⚜ Sensicare ⚜ Essential Oils Of Spearmint And Lavender ⚜ Saffron Infused Oil.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Nails are mainly composed of a hard horny plate known as the nail plate. Like hair, the nail plate consists of hard keratin and lipids. The nail plate is an indicator of overall health. The degree of hydration is thought to be the most important factor influencing the physical properties of the nail. Frequent washing of nails can increase their brittleness. It has been reported that repeated hydration and dehydration of nail plates causes delamination, dryness and brittleness, which is a condition known as lamellar dystrophy. This condition has been attributed to (a) the diminished capacity of the nail plate to hold water as a result of a change in the ability of the protein structure to bind water, and (b) a reduced water content between the corneocytes cells. It goes without saying that lamellar dystrophy can be prevented by increasing the hydration of the nail and improving the barrier function.
Water changes a wide variety of properties of human keratin fibers, such as hair and nails, and therefore plays an important role in their cosmetic performance. Water diffusivity in wool, horn, and the corneocyte phase of stratum corneum considerably increases with increased water content in the tissue. However, water sorption of wool is well documented whereas there are few data on human hair and nails.
The amount of water in a sample may be expressed in terms of either regain or moisture content. Regain is the mass of adsorbed water over the mass of dry sample, whereas moisture content is the same mass over the mass of the sample.
The determination of water sorption isotherm by isothermally applying discrete, cumulative humidity changes involves dynamic and static aspects from which diffusion coefficients and equilibrium water contents are deduced. Time/absorption isotherms provide a complete description of the absorption phenomenon under particular conditions such as initial regain of the sample, temperature and relative humidity. Moisture sorption isotherm of keratins has been for a long time deeply studied and models specifically developed for describing the shape of the moisture sorption and desorption can be found. The Vrentas and Vrentas model emphasizes the role of the glass transition in generating the sigmoidal shape of the adsorption isotherm. In another work, the uptake of water by polar polymers was described by the Flory–Huggins equation.
It is common knowledge that there is a good correlation between the number of water molecules calculated that exist in a monolayer and the number of polar side chains using the classic Brunauer, Emmet and Teller (BET) multilayer sorption equation. This suggests that each polar group initially sorbs one molecule of water followed by multimolecular sorption at higher humidity. The BET equation is used because its simplicity and the International Union of the Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) approval. However, the Guggenheim, Andersen and de Boer (GAB) sorption equation also provides monolayer sorption values and has become more popular because the range of relative vapour pressure interval is much wider than that of the BET equation. The BET and the GAB isotherms are closely related since they are based on the same statistical model. The GAB is an improvement on the BET model and shares with it the two original BET constants: (a) the monolayer capacity Wm, and (b) the energy constant Cg.
Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient for vision, reproduction, cell and tissue differentiation, and immune function. Vitamin D and calcium work together in cases of maintaining homeostasis, creating muscle contraction, transmission of nerve pulses, blood clotting, and membrane structure. A lack of vitamin A, vitamin D, or calcium can cause dryness and brittleness.
Insufficient vitamin B12 can lead to excessive dryness, darkened nails, and rounded or curved nail ends. Insufficient intake of both vitamin A and B results in fragile nails with horizontal and vertical ridges. Both vitamin B12 and folate play a role in red blood cell production and oxygen transportation to nail cells. Inadequacies can result in discoloration of the nails. Diminished dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids may contribute to dry and brittle nails.
Protein is a building material for new nails; therefore, low dietary protein intake may cause anemia and the resultant reduced hemoglobin in the blood filling the capillaries of the nail bed reflects varying amounts of light incident on the nail matrix resulting in lighter shades of pink ultimately resulting in white nail beds when the hemoglobin is very low. When hemoglobin is close to 15 or 16 grams, most of the spectrum of light is absorbed and only the pink color is reflected back and the nails look pink.
Essential fatty acids play a large role in healthy skin as well as nails. Splitting and flaking of nails may be due to a lack of linoleic acid. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture. Iron deficiency in general may cause the nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex. As oxygen is needed for healthy nails, an iron deficiency or anemia can lead to vertical ridges or concavity in the nails.


Nails are like sponges. When water (or any chemical) enters the nail cells, those cells expand, and subsequently contract. This process puts a lot of extra strain on your nails, making them more susceptible to weakening, peeling, and breakage. Further, any nail immersed in water for prolonged periods will become very flexible and soft, which can lead to more breakage, thinning, and weakening over time. Every sort water-related activity (showers, hand washing, dish scrubbing, etc.) can put this type of stress on your nails. Moreover, most nail polishes, paints and removers contain harmful chemicals which are absorbed by the nails and ends harming them. Extended sunlight exposure results in UVA induced harm to the nails.

Nails are composed of nail plates, each of which is made of layers of a protein called keratin. Cuticles are softer the nails and are made of skin tissue. The cuticles are tasked with protecting the hard nails from infection. One of the functions of the cuticles is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use this nail and cuticle care cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.

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Moviestar™ Nail & Cuticle Care Cream

Regular price Rs. 2,200.00
Sale price Rs. 2,200.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

⚜ Nourishes & hydrates the skin cells.
⚜ Heals & strengthens dry or damaged nails to greatly improve their quality
⚜ Protection from sun damage, dirt, detergent, water, etc.
⚜ Prevents and cures yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling etc.
⚜ Maintains the smooth and glossy look of nails & cuticles
⚜ Provides specialized conditioning, hydration and essential moisturization to the finger nail area to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ Exfoliates living skin
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Reduces the chipping of nails from their tip
⚜ Protects the nails and the skin around them, and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Maintains cuticles' suppleness
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Removes dead skin from the nail plate
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of premature aging, including dryness, dullness, etc.
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Fast penetration
⚜ Heals and prevents cracked and bleeding cuticles
⚜ Promotes faster nail growth
⚜ Moisturizes, softens and nourishes the cuticles

Fragrance

The mesmerizing fragrance of Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream is a unique combination of Lavender and Saffron

How to use

⚜ Wash Nails And Pat Dry
⚜ Take pea sized quantity of this cream and apply on and around the nails, fingers and hand
⚜ Massage for one minute minute so that its fast acting nutrients get absorbed by the nails and cuticles.

When to use

⚜ Apply twice a day, or more depending on the frequency of washing hands, and on the severity of nail and cuticle damage.
⚜ All season usage recommended to maintain, hydrate, and protect your cuticle throughout the year.
⚜ Moisturize your cuticles before and after water exposure
⚜ Bedtime application is necessary to allow the product to rejuvenate throughout the night.
⚜ Apply around the nail, including the fingertips if necessary (dry, chapped skin). Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion and allow it to penetrate.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ brittle and weak nails
⚜ peeling or splitting nails
⚜ hangnails
⚜ dry, hardened, or cracked cuticles
⚜ nails and cuticles that tend to split and get raggedy due to swimming or cold weather

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ wants to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ wants to grow long nails without breakage
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment

⚪ Including this cream in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes at present, as it prevents signs of premature aging of nails

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Jojoba Oil ⚜ Mandarin Hydrosol Infused With Powders Of White Willow Bark And Turmeric ⚜ Vitamin-E ⚜ Xanthun Gum ⚜ Cetearyl Alcohol ⚜ Stearic Acid ⚜ Aloe Vera Juice ⚜ Hyaluronic Acid ⚜ Sensicare ⚜ Essential Oils Of Spearmint And Lavender ⚜ Saffron Infused Oil.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Nails are mainly composed of a hard horny plate known as the nail plate. Like hair, the nail plate consists of hard keratin and lipids. The nail plate is an indicator of overall health. The degree of hydration is thought to be the most important factor influencing the physical properties of the nail. Frequent washing of nails can increase their brittleness. It has been reported that repeated hydration and dehydration of nail plates causes delamination, dryness and brittleness, which is a condition known as lamellar dystrophy. This condition has been attributed to (a) the diminished capacity of the nail plate to hold water as a result of a change in the ability of the protein structure to bind water, and (b) a reduced water content between the corneocytes cells. It goes without saying that lamellar dystrophy can be prevented by increasing the hydration of the nail and improving the barrier function.
Water changes a wide variety of properties of human keratin fibers, such as hair and nails, and therefore plays an important role in their cosmetic performance. Water diffusivity in wool, horn, and the corneocyte phase of stratum corneum considerably increases with increased water content in the tissue. However, water sorption of wool is well documented whereas there are few data on human hair and nails.
The amount of water in a sample may be expressed in terms of either regain or moisture content. Regain is the mass of adsorbed water over the mass of dry sample, whereas moisture content is the same mass over the mass of the sample.
The determination of water sorption isotherm by isothermally applying discrete, cumulative humidity changes involves dynamic and static aspects from which diffusion coefficients and equilibrium water contents are deduced. Time/absorption isotherms provide a complete description of the absorption phenomenon under particular conditions such as initial regain of the sample, temperature and relative humidity. Moisture sorption isotherm of keratins has been for a long time deeply studied and models specifically developed for describing the shape of the moisture sorption and desorption can be found. The Vrentas and Vrentas model emphasizes the role of the glass transition in generating the sigmoidal shape of the adsorption isotherm. In another work, the uptake of water by polar polymers was described by the Flory–Huggins equation.
It is common knowledge that there is a good correlation between the number of water molecules calculated that exist in a monolayer and the number of polar side chains using the classic Brunauer, Emmet and Teller (BET) multilayer sorption equation. This suggests that each polar group initially sorbs one molecule of water followed by multimolecular sorption at higher humidity. The BET equation is used because its simplicity and the International Union of the Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) approval. However, the Guggenheim, Andersen and de Boer (GAB) sorption equation also provides monolayer sorption values and has become more popular because the range of relative vapour pressure interval is much wider than that of the BET equation. The BET and the GAB isotherms are closely related since they are based on the same statistical model. The GAB is an improvement on the BET model and shares with it the two original BET constants: (a) the monolayer capacity Wm, and (b) the energy constant Cg.
Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient for vision, reproduction, cell and tissue differentiation, and immune function. Vitamin D and calcium work together in cases of maintaining homeostasis, creating muscle contraction, transmission of nerve pulses, blood clotting, and membrane structure. A lack of vitamin A, vitamin D, or calcium can cause dryness and brittleness.
Insufficient vitamin B12 can lead to excessive dryness, darkened nails, and rounded or curved nail ends. Insufficient intake of both vitamin A and B results in fragile nails with horizontal and vertical ridges. Both vitamin B12 and folate play a role in red blood cell production and oxygen transportation to nail cells. Inadequacies can result in discoloration of the nails. Diminished dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids may contribute to dry and brittle nails.
Protein is a building material for new nails; therefore, low dietary protein intake may cause anemia and the resultant reduced hemoglobin in the blood filling the capillaries of the nail bed reflects varying amounts of light incident on the nail matrix resulting in lighter shades of pink ultimately resulting in white nail beds when the hemoglobin is very low. When hemoglobin is close to 15 or 16 grams, most of the spectrum of light is absorbed and only the pink color is reflected back and the nails look pink.
Essential fatty acids play a large role in healthy skin as well as nails. Splitting and flaking of nails may be due to a lack of linoleic acid. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture. Iron deficiency in general may cause the nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex. As oxygen is needed for healthy nails, an iron deficiency or anemia can lead to vertical ridges or concavity in the nails.


Nails are like sponges. When water (or any chemical) enters the nail cells, those cells expand, and subsequently contract. This process puts a lot of extra strain on your nails, making them more susceptible to weakening, peeling, and breakage. Further, any nail immersed in water for prolonged periods will become very flexible and soft, which can lead to more breakage, thinning, and weakening over time. Every sort water-related activity (showers, hand washing, dish scrubbing, etc.) can put this type of stress on your nails. Moreover, most nail polishes, paints and removers contain harmful chemicals which are absorbed by the nails and ends harming them. Extended sunlight exposure results in UVA induced harm to the nails.

Nails are composed of nail plates, each of which is made of layers of a protein called keratin. Cuticles are softer the nails and are made of skin tissue. The cuticles are tasked with protecting the hard nails from infection. One of the functions of the cuticles is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use this nail and cuticle care cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.

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Moviestar™ Nail & Cuticle Care Cream

Regular price Rs. 2,200.00
Sale price Rs. 2,200.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

⚜ Nourishes & hydrates the skin cells.
⚜ Heals & strengthens dry or damaged nails to greatly improve their quality
⚜ Protection from sun damage, dirt, detergent, water, etc.
⚜ Prevents and cures yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling etc.
⚜ Maintains the smooth and glossy look of nails & cuticles
⚜ Provides specialized conditioning, hydration and essential moisturization to the finger nail area to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ Exfoliates living skin
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Reduces the chipping of nails from their tip
⚜ Protects the nails and the skin around them, and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Maintains cuticles' suppleness
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Removes dead skin from the nail plate
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of premature aging, including dryness, dullness, etc.
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Fast penetration
⚜ Heals and prevents cracked and bleeding cuticles
⚜ Promotes faster nail growth
⚜ Moisturizes, softens and nourishes the cuticles

Fragrance

The mesmerizing fragrance of Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream is a unique combination of Lavender and Saffron

How to use

⚜ Wash Nails And Pat Dry
⚜ Take pea sized quantity of this cream and apply on and around the nails, fingers and hand
⚜ Massage for one minute minute so that its fast acting nutrients get absorbed by the nails and cuticles.

When to use

⚜ Apply twice a day, or more depending on the frequency of washing hands, and on the severity of nail and cuticle damage.
⚜ All season usage recommended to maintain, hydrate, and protect your cuticle throughout the year.
⚜ Moisturize your cuticles before and after water exposure
⚜ Bedtime application is necessary to allow the product to rejuvenate throughout the night.
⚜ Apply around the nail, including the fingertips if necessary (dry, chapped skin). Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion and allow it to penetrate.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ brittle and weak nails
⚜ peeling or splitting nails
⚜ hangnails
⚜ dry, hardened, or cracked cuticles
⚜ nails and cuticles that tend to split and get raggedy due to swimming or cold weather

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ wants to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ wants to grow long nails without breakage
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment

⚪ Including this cream in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes at present, as it prevents signs of premature aging of nails

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Jojoba Oil ⚜ Mandarin Hydrosol Infused With Powders Of White Willow Bark And Turmeric ⚜ Vitamin-E ⚜ Xanthun Gum ⚜ Cetearyl Alcohol ⚜ Stearic Acid ⚜ Aloe Vera Juice ⚜ Hyaluronic Acid ⚜ Sensicare ⚜ Essential Oils Of Spearmint And Lavender ⚜ Saffron Infused Oil.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Nails are mainly composed of a hard horny plate known as the nail plate. Like hair, the nail plate consists of hard keratin and lipids. The nail plate is an indicator of overall health. The degree of hydration is thought to be the most important factor influencing the physical properties of the nail. Frequent washing of nails can increase their brittleness. It has been reported that repeated hydration and dehydration of nail plates causes delamination, dryness and brittleness, which is a condition known as lamellar dystrophy. This condition has been attributed to (a) the diminished capacity of the nail plate to hold water as a result of a change in the ability of the protein structure to bind water, and (b) a reduced water content between the corneocytes cells. It goes without saying that lamellar dystrophy can be prevented by increasing the hydration of the nail and improving the barrier function.
Water changes a wide variety of properties of human keratin fibers, such as hair and nails, and therefore plays an important role in their cosmetic performance. Water diffusivity in wool, horn, and the corneocyte phase of stratum corneum considerably increases with increased water content in the tissue. However, water sorption of wool is well documented whereas there are few data on human hair and nails.
The amount of water in a sample may be expressed in terms of either regain or moisture content. Regain is the mass of adsorbed water over the mass of dry sample, whereas moisture content is the same mass over the mass of the sample.
The determination of water sorption isotherm by isothermally applying discrete, cumulative humidity changes involves dynamic and static aspects from which diffusion coefficients and equilibrium water contents are deduced. Time/absorption isotherms provide a complete description of the absorption phenomenon under particular conditions such as initial regain of the sample, temperature and relative humidity. Moisture sorption isotherm of keratins has been for a long time deeply studied and models specifically developed for describing the shape of the moisture sorption and desorption can be found. The Vrentas and Vrentas model emphasizes the role of the glass transition in generating the sigmoidal shape of the adsorption isotherm. In another work, the uptake of water by polar polymers was described by the Flory–Huggins equation.
It is common knowledge that there is a good correlation between the number of water molecules calculated that exist in a monolayer and the number of polar side chains using the classic Brunauer, Emmet and Teller (BET) multilayer sorption equation. This suggests that each polar group initially sorbs one molecule of water followed by multimolecular sorption at higher humidity. The BET equation is used because its simplicity and the International Union of the Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) approval. However, the Guggenheim, Andersen and de Boer (GAB) sorption equation also provides monolayer sorption values and has become more popular because the range of relative vapour pressure interval is much wider than that of the BET equation. The BET and the GAB isotherms are closely related since they are based on the same statistical model. The GAB is an improvement on the BET model and shares with it the two original BET constants: (a) the monolayer capacity Wm, and (b) the energy constant Cg.
Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient for vision, reproduction, cell and tissue differentiation, and immune function. Vitamin D and calcium work together in cases of maintaining homeostasis, creating muscle contraction, transmission of nerve pulses, blood clotting, and membrane structure. A lack of vitamin A, vitamin D, or calcium can cause dryness and brittleness.
Insufficient vitamin B12 can lead to excessive dryness, darkened nails, and rounded or curved nail ends. Insufficient intake of both vitamin A and B results in fragile nails with horizontal and vertical ridges. Both vitamin B12 and folate play a role in red blood cell production and oxygen transportation to nail cells. Inadequacies can result in discoloration of the nails. Diminished dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids may contribute to dry and brittle nails.
Protein is a building material for new nails; therefore, low dietary protein intake may cause anemia and the resultant reduced hemoglobin in the blood filling the capillaries of the nail bed reflects varying amounts of light incident on the nail matrix resulting in lighter shades of pink ultimately resulting in white nail beds when the hemoglobin is very low. When hemoglobin is close to 15 or 16 grams, most of the spectrum of light is absorbed and only the pink color is reflected back and the nails look pink.
Essential fatty acids play a large role in healthy skin as well as nails. Splitting and flaking of nails may be due to a lack of linoleic acid. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture. Iron deficiency in general may cause the nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex. As oxygen is needed for healthy nails, an iron deficiency or anemia can lead to vertical ridges or concavity in the nails.


Nails are like sponges. When water (or any chemical) enters the nail cells, those cells expand, and subsequently contract. This process puts a lot of extra strain on your nails, making them more susceptible to weakening, peeling, and breakage. Further, any nail immersed in water for prolonged periods will become very flexible and soft, which can lead to more breakage, thinning, and weakening over time. Every sort water-related activity (showers, hand washing, dish scrubbing, etc.) can put this type of stress on your nails. Moreover, most nail polishes, paints and removers contain harmful chemicals which are absorbed by the nails and ends harming them. Extended sunlight exposure results in UVA induced harm to the nails.

Nails are composed of nail plates, each of which is made of layers of a protein called keratin. Cuticles are softer the nails and are made of skin tissue. The cuticles are tasked with protecting the hard nails from infection. One of the functions of the cuticles is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use this nail and cuticle care cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.

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1 of 10

Moviestar™ Nail & Cuticle Care Cream

Regular price Rs. 2,200.00
Sale price Rs. 2,200.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

⚜ Nourishes & hydrates the skin cells.
⚜ Heals & strengthens dry or damaged nails to greatly improve their quality
⚜ Protection from sun damage, dirt, detergent, water, etc.
⚜ Prevents and cures yellowing, breaking, splitting & peeling etc.
⚜ Maintains the smooth and glossy look of nails & cuticles
⚜ Provides specialized conditioning, hydration and essential moisturization to the finger nail area to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ Exfoliates living skin
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Reduces the chipping of nails from their tip
⚜ Protects the nails and the skin around them, and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Maintains cuticles' suppleness
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Removes dead skin from the nail plate
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of premature aging, including dryness, dullness, etc.
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Fast penetration
⚜ Heals and prevents cracked and bleeding cuticles
⚜ Promotes faster nail growth
⚜ Moisturizes, softens and nourishes the cuticles

Fragrance

The mesmerizing fragrance of Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream is a unique combination of Lavender and Saffron

How to use

⚜ Wash Nails And Pat Dry
⚜ Take pea sized quantity of this cream and apply on and around the nails, fingers and hand
⚜ Massage for one minute minute so that its fast acting nutrients get absorbed by the nails and cuticles.

When to use

⚜ Apply twice a day, or more depending on the frequency of washing hands, and on the severity of nail and cuticle damage.
⚜ All season usage recommended to maintain, hydrate, and protect your cuticle throughout the year.
⚜ Moisturize your cuticles before and after water exposure
⚜ Bedtime application is necessary to allow the product to rejuvenate throughout the night.
⚜ Apply around the nail, including the fingertips if necessary (dry, chapped skin). Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion and allow it to penetrate.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ brittle and weak nails
⚜ peeling or splitting nails
⚜ hangnails
⚜ dry, hardened, or cracked cuticles
⚜ nails and cuticles that tend to split and get raggedy due to swimming or cold weather

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ wants to repair damage caused by the chemicals present in nail polishes
⚜ wants to grow long nails without breakage
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment

⚪ Including this cream in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes at present, as it prevents signs of premature aging of nails

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Jojoba Oil ⚜ Mandarin Hydrosol Infused With Powders Of White Willow Bark And Turmeric ⚜ Vitamin-E ⚜ Xanthun Gum ⚜ Cetearyl Alcohol ⚜ Stearic Acid ⚜ Aloe Vera Juice ⚜ Hyaluronic Acid ⚜ Sensicare ⚜ Essential Oils Of Spearmint And Lavender ⚜ Saffron Infused Oil.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Nails are mainly composed of a hard horny plate known as the nail plate. Like hair, the nail plate consists of hard keratin and lipids. The nail plate is an indicator of overall health. The degree of hydration is thought to be the most important factor influencing the physical properties of the nail. Frequent washing of nails can increase their brittleness. It has been reported that repeated hydration and dehydration of nail plates causes delamination, dryness and brittleness, which is a condition known as lamellar dystrophy. This condition has been attributed to (a) the diminished capacity of the nail plate to hold water as a result of a change in the ability of the protein structure to bind water, and (b) a reduced water content between the corneocytes cells. It goes without saying that lamellar dystrophy can be prevented by increasing the hydration of the nail and improving the barrier function.
Water changes a wide variety of properties of human keratin fibers, such as hair and nails, and therefore plays an important role in their cosmetic performance. Water diffusivity in wool, horn, and the corneocyte phase of stratum corneum considerably increases with increased water content in the tissue. However, water sorption of wool is well documented whereas there are few data on human hair and nails.
The amount of water in a sample may be expressed in terms of either regain or moisture content. Regain is the mass of adsorbed water over the mass of dry sample, whereas moisture content is the same mass over the mass of the sample.
The determination of water sorption isotherm by isothermally applying discrete, cumulative humidity changes involves dynamic and static aspects from which diffusion coefficients and equilibrium water contents are deduced. Time/absorption isotherms provide a complete description of the absorption phenomenon under particular conditions such as initial regain of the sample, temperature and relative humidity. Moisture sorption isotherm of keratins has been for a long time deeply studied and models specifically developed for describing the shape of the moisture sorption and desorption can be found. The Vrentas and Vrentas model emphasizes the role of the glass transition in generating the sigmoidal shape of the adsorption isotherm. In another work, the uptake of water by polar polymers was described by the Flory–Huggins equation.
It is common knowledge that there is a good correlation between the number of water molecules calculated that exist in a monolayer and the number of polar side chains using the classic Brunauer, Emmet and Teller (BET) multilayer sorption equation. This suggests that each polar group initially sorbs one molecule of water followed by multimolecular sorption at higher humidity. The BET equation is used because its simplicity and the International Union of the Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) approval. However, the Guggenheim, Andersen and de Boer (GAB) sorption equation also provides monolayer sorption values and has become more popular because the range of relative vapour pressure interval is much wider than that of the BET equation. The BET and the GAB isotherms are closely related since they are based on the same statistical model. The GAB is an improvement on the BET model and shares with it the two original BET constants: (a) the monolayer capacity Wm, and (b) the energy constant Cg.
Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient for vision, reproduction, cell and tissue differentiation, and immune function. Vitamin D and calcium work together in cases of maintaining homeostasis, creating muscle contraction, transmission of nerve pulses, blood clotting, and membrane structure. A lack of vitamin A, vitamin D, or calcium can cause dryness and brittleness.
Insufficient vitamin B12 can lead to excessive dryness, darkened nails, and rounded or curved nail ends. Insufficient intake of both vitamin A and B results in fragile nails with horizontal and vertical ridges. Both vitamin B12 and folate play a role in red blood cell production and oxygen transportation to nail cells. Inadequacies can result in discoloration of the nails. Diminished dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids may contribute to dry and brittle nails.
Protein is a building material for new nails; therefore, low dietary protein intake may cause anemia and the resultant reduced hemoglobin in the blood filling the capillaries of the nail bed reflects varying amounts of light incident on the nail matrix resulting in lighter shades of pink ultimately resulting in white nail beds when the hemoglobin is very low. When hemoglobin is close to 15 or 16 grams, most of the spectrum of light is absorbed and only the pink color is reflected back and the nails look pink.
Essential fatty acids play a large role in healthy skin as well as nails. Splitting and flaking of nails may be due to a lack of linoleic acid. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture. Iron deficiency in general may cause the nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex. As oxygen is needed for healthy nails, an iron deficiency or anemia can lead to vertical ridges or concavity in the nails.


Nails are like sponges. When water (or any chemical) enters the nail cells, those cells expand, and subsequently contract. This process puts a lot of extra strain on your nails, making them more susceptible to weakening, peeling, and breakage. Further, any nail immersed in water for prolonged periods will become very flexible and soft, which can lead to more breakage, thinning, and weakening over time. Every sort water-related activity (showers, hand washing, dish scrubbing, etc.) can put this type of stress on your nails. Moreover, most nail polishes, paints and removers contain harmful chemicals which are absorbed by the nails and ends harming them. Extended sunlight exposure results in UVA induced harm to the nails.

Nails are composed of nail plates, each of which is made of layers of a protein called keratin. Cuticles are softer the nails and are made of skin tissue. The cuticles are tasked with protecting the hard nails from infection. One of the functions of the cuticles is to protect the new cells that come up from the base of the nail. Dry, cracked or otherwise damaged cuticles create an opening for bacteria and fungi. That's why when you use this nail and cuticle care cream to prevent dryness, you improve your chances that your nail won't become infected.

NAIL & CUTICLE CARE CREAM

There are numerous times during the shooting of a movie where the shot composition would require the camera to zoom in on the hands, focussing on the nails and fingers. For example, shots of an engagement ring being slipped on the fingers, or a shot of a couple intertwining their fingers in a romantic gesture. All such shots require nails which are as beautiful as the face of the star. Moviestar™ Nail and Cuticle Care Cream has been created to provide nails which are stars in their own right. Whether you are flaunting your solitaire to your friends, or to the paparazzi, your beautiful nails would be the talk of the nation. Are your nails ready for the limelight?

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Splitting and flaking of nails is due to a lack of linoleic acid, while Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to a pale color along with a thin, brittle, ridged texture, nails to become flat or concave, rather than convex with vertical ridges. Something as common as washing hands with liquid soap, or sanitizing them with hand sanitizers can lead to damage nails and cuticles. Our nails swell when they absorb water while we swim, shower, wash dishes, or do any cleaning. And once dry, they will shrink back to normal. This makes the bonds in your nails weaker over time causing more damage, including peeling and breakage.

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Transform dry and brittle nails and cuticles into their healthiest, strongest, and smoothest version with this intense rejuvenation moisturising formula! This concentrated blend of bioactive compounds obtained from botanical extracts, is formulated to provide total conditioning and nourishment required to repair and protect your nails and cuticles. It strengthens thin, weak nails by treating damaged cuticles at the root, while preventing cracking and peeling of cuticles, making them smooth and nourished. Its soft texture facilitates quick absorption without any greasy residue, enabling deep penetration into the skin, to instantly hydrate dry and tired nails.

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This synthetic chemicals free cream repairs the skin’s barrier while it provides the nails with intensive moisture and protects against dryness, chipping and brittleness. It tenderly cares for cuticles, and smoothes small ridges. It keeps nail beds healthy and bacteria free, while it guards the nails and cuticles against environmental factors, such as harsh weather and exposure to chemicals. Think of it like the most luxurious facial for your nails, which will increase circulation to the skin around your nails to keep it healthy and prevent it from cracking and peeling away.

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Jojoba | Lavender | Saffron | Turmeric 
Certified Natural | Organic | Herbal
Sulfates, Synthetic Chemicals & Paraben Free
Carbon Neutral | Cruelty Free | Made In India

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  • Jojoba

    Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) is loaded with
    antioxidants, such as vitamins A and E, and omega-6 fatty acids, which are essential components of the skin's barrier. It helps symptoms of eczema and acts as a hydration method. Given its water control properties, it also improves the overall softness of the skin and prevents cracks or tears

  • Lavender

    Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) contains volatile
    oils (linalool), limonene, perillyl alcohol, linalyl acetate, cis-smine, terpene, coumarin, tannin, caffeic acid, and camphor etc. It greatly helps relieve inflammation of damaged cuticles in the hands, especially for those who often bite their nails or pick at and touch their nail beds.

  • Saffron

    Derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, saffron is a scarlet-colored thread-like pistil. Its phytochemicals include Picrocrocin, safranal, kaempferol, phenol, delphinidin, flavonoid, and crocetin. It is a powerhouse of antioxidants which provide a natural glow and plump to the skin, reducing blemishes, protect against UV radiation

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