Did you know your nails are made up of keratin layers that bind together? When over exposed to water and acetone, nails crack and split.

The key to less breakage and brittleness? Hydration! Strong, dry nails are more likely to crack. However strong, hydrated nails are flexible and won't break, they'll bend.

Let's upgrade your nail strengthener, with products that don't just add a layer over brittle nail but treat deep within!

Here's three easy steps to create stronger more flexible nails:

Step 1: Remove & Strengthen

Strengthening Lacquer Remover

Use a nail polish remover without acetone like Londontown's  Strengthening Lacquer Remover

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Infused with hydrating ingredients, your nails won't feel dry and brittle after removing old nail lacquer.

Step 2: Prime and Prep

Strengthen nails with a base coat that offers triple the action! Londontown's  Fortifying Ridge Filler creates a smooth, matte finish while acting like the must-have blurring primer! Our Fortifying Ridge Filler will help to create a longer lasting manicure while providing a flawless base!

Step 3: Hydrate and Replenish

Upgrade from your cuticle oil to an award winning  Restorative Nail Cream that contains key hydrating ingredients that are targeted for flexible nail growth! On a daily, apply it at night so your nails can flex while you get some sleep!

LONDONTOWN delivers nail care and color products that go beyond the surface to provide care to the entire nail. Their exclusive blend of vitamins and botanical oils restore, hydrate, and strengthen nails from within for a perfect manicure with every application. Vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free, their holistic approach to nail care combines nail science with restorative nutrients.

Leave us a comment below if you have any tips or tricks to keep your nails strong and flexible!


  • Ravia Brae

    I just bought nail cream. Smell wonderful! Coconut is my favorite scent. I struggle bad with nail breakage. Please don’t discontinue the product I find products that works and companies discontinue them I like the idea that has garlic in it also. Thank You

  • Jackie Schallert

    I haven’t really done much with my nails in the past; I think I’ll do more now!

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