Review : Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range
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Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range Review

21 July 2019

Do you have brittle nails? Maybe you have dry cuticles? The new Bio Sculpture Ethos Range have you covered. If you want to find out how I keep my nails and cuticles healthy then keep on reading my Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range Review. Not only are these products outstanding in keeping your nails looking healthy, but the presentation is so beautiful and sleek.

Review : Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range
Review : Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range

Bio-Sculpture has been around for what feels like forever! Since I can remember my mommy went to have her nails done for special occasions. I spoil myself every month with a visit to Dash Nails for a beautiful gel overlay. Zante is not only super talented, she is also one of the nicest people I know. About a week before I go and visit Zante I start looking for a beautiful designs (mostly from Pinterest), I call it my “homework”.

Vitamin Dose
Vitamin Dose

Bio-Sculpture Range Review – Vitamin Dose

During your nail treatment the technician might use the Vitamin Dose when removing your existing gel overlay. The dropper makes it easy and hygienic to use. Formulation wise, this is almost like water, but Vitamin infused. “Ginseng Root Extract from the vitamin B-group and other B-vitamins are considered essential to sustain the keratin structure and cell metabolism of the nail”. The Vitamin Dose absorbs very quickly, leaving your nails and cuticles nourished and moisturised. I have one at home and another on my desk at work (still the old packaging).

Almond Oil
Almond Oil

Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range Review – Almond Oil

Soaking off glitters can be a real pain in the behind, and on my nails we always have to soak extra long. But since the oil was launched Zante very cleverly add a tiny bit of oil onto the acetone soaked cotton pad. The glitter then literally falls off my nail, its so amusing to watch. This too is super easy to apply with the dropper and has that nourishing oil formulation and consistency. “Contains Almond, Jojoba, Avocado oils and Vitamin E oil, to re-hydrate nails during removal and keep cuticles supple”. This is another product I have two of, one at home and one at work and if I do not stop myself I’ll even add one to my handbag. This Almond oil is great for dry cuticles especially now during the colder winter months.

Kiwi Scrub
Kiwi Scrub

Bio-Sculpture Ethos Range Review – Kiwi Scrub

This is a “do-at-home” treatment. When this range was launched this too came out with a dropper but the formula clogged the dropper and it was replaced with a brush. This is was a clever solution as the brush works so much better for me. “KIWI SCRUB contains tiny Aluminia particles and Passion Fruit Seed Powder, designed to exfoliate dry and rough nail surfaces. In addition to Vit C and E, it also contains Ginseng Root Extract, Sunflower- and Sweet Almond Oil which will moisturise and hydrate nails. Use on all nail types during nail preparation”. I agree with it making my nails feel hydrated and moisturised, but I get more oil than the scrub which makes me think this is just another cuticle oil. None the less, I still enjoy using this, just maybe in another way and not as it was meant to be used.

Do you spoil yourself with a good manicure every now and again? Please leave a comment below with your favourite nail and hand treatment product.

If Bio-Sculture is not for you and you are still looking for a great cuticle care item, come read my review on the Lush Lemony Flutter.

Please note that all quotes are from the Bio Sculpture website.


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