I keep hearing great things about the trind hand repair, I’m constantly searching for a good way to keep my hands not gross and peely.
I love seche vite, but it has toluene in it so I stopped using it :(
Can you but the Seche Vite Rebuild in stores or only online? i have been trying to find something that will make my nails stronger and not peel. or can you recommend something you can buy in stores that will work?
I bought my Seche Vite Rebuild at Sally’s Beauty Supply. With the discount card it was, I think, $6-something.
The cuticle stuff may be getting a place on my to-buy list. The thing is, I feel like I have to use up what I have now!
I’ve always wanted a seche vite topcoat! :)
I love the Seche Vite top coat, too, and I always wondered why my nail polish seems to shrink back at the tips – now I know!! Haha. I wait until the polish is dry to apply the Seche Vite, so next time, I’ll brush it on when my polish is wet. Thanks for the post. :)
Hi! I’m really interestend in the 2 products you mentioned first… BUT, I have duty problems with orders from USA, sooo I was wondering: anyone knows a good european website that sells those products?
Thanks a lot
I’ve been using Essie Good to Go and have found that it works just as well as Seche (better, imo) and doesn’t shrink polish.
wow i didn’t even think that you could buy big refill bottles of seche vite. definitely doing that next time mine runs out!
So I used seche rebuild all winter and loved it at the beginning but by the end (february) it stopped working. It does eventually dry the nails out I guess. Now I’m looking for something that lasts longer. I am trying the Trind products. cuticle and nail balsoms, and nail repair. You’re right the cutile balsom is great!
Do you use the Rebuild and the Nail Growth together? Can you use them as bases under nail polish? I have extremely brittle nails, but I love love love to keep lots of color on my nail!
So i just bought the seche vite Rebuild today after reading this post but now i’m scared to use it due to the WARNING: “This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause *CANCER*” o_O
i will probably go back & return it tomorrow…
I bought the Seche Vite Rebuild. How long does it typically take to work? I’m not expecting it to work immediately but when should I expect results–one week, two weeks, a month? Anyone who’s tried the product and can give me an idea would be appreciated. : )
I have been trying to find a solution for my nails and I hope some of these products will work so I don’t waste money, because I work at starbucks so my hands are in water all day long and my nails are so weak and brittle AND my worst habit is biting my nails until i can’t bite anymore! so is it even worth trying if my hands are still going to be continuously in water at work?? & of course I know I have to stop biting lol but I have tried that