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Is this system better than Trind? Can't decide which to try first. Thanks!
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i have tried to order the spa ritual nutri thick nail builder with calcium with two other sites and both have sent me the nutri thick growth support
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Do I use Barielle along with the Trind Nail Repair?
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I just received my grind natural nail repair. The my nails are basic strong but always break way down low. Is this because they are strong but brittle
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After viewing the ingredients I see it contains formaldahyde. Did anyone have problems with this ingredient making nails brittle?
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Is this system better than Trind? Can't decide which to try first. Thanks!
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Do I use Barielle along with the Trind Nail Repair?
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I just received my grind natural nail repair. The my nails are basic strong but always break way down low. Is this because they are strong but brittle
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What is the difference in Trind natural nail repair and Trind nail balsam? Which should I use? See below.
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Is the Trind Natural Nail Repair a matte or gloss finish?

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Trind Hand and Nail Care Trind Natural Nail Repair

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What is the difference in Trind natural nail repair and Trind nail balsam? Which should I use? See below.

my nails peel and chip. a manacure only lasts a couple of days before my nails start peeling and chipping.
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
7 answers
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answer 1
I would suggest using both. You must remove any previous nail repair prior to reapplying. I use the nail balsam to condition my nails after removing the nail repair. It immediately soaks into the nails and cuticles and leaves nails dry to the touch and not oily or greasy.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
by
BeccaD
 - Florida
answer 2
I would suggest that you get BOTH. I have tried everything for weak, splitting, peeling nails and Trind is the first product that has ever worked for me. I mean I have even been to two different dermatologists for my poor nails and nothing I have ever tried in 25 years has worked. I am now on my 4th bottle of Trind and I have long, natrual nice nails. So far I have used only the Balsalm and Natural Nail repair. Today I also ordered the cuticle balsalm because I am loving the other two products so much. I have just started to use the products on my toe nails because they are just like my fingernails - soft, weak, peeling, etc. I hope these work as well for you as they have for me.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
by
Cyndirella
 - Kimball, NE
answer 3
The difference is that Trind Nail Balsam is more like a cream/lotion that absorbs into the nail and keeps them supple and doesn't leave a finish to the nails. Trind Natural Nail Repair hardens the nails and leaves a high gloss finish. For peeling and chipping of the nails I'd use the Trind Nail Balsam.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
by
Diana1520
answer 4
I use both, and would recommend both. I put the balsm on, wait a few minutes, and then apply the repair. The balsm alone will not create the strength the nail repair does.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
by
JoyP
 - NH
answer 5
You probably have gotten many answers by now, but I'll say my nails did exactly the same thing: peeling, splitting, soft! I use both the Balsam (first) and rub it into the nails and cuticles. It rubs in quickly and doesn't leave an oily residue. Then apply the Nail Repair on top. My nails grow at a glacial pace, so I have used it everyday for over a month and have watched (albeit very slowly) my nails become gorgeous!! Good luck!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
Horselover
 - Rancho Santa Fe, CA
answer 6
Use them both. Apply the nail balsam to clean nails, and massage it in after a minute or to. Then apply the Nail Repair over it. The balsam is not oily. It imbues your nails with moisyture for healthy growth. The whole product line has worked beautifully for me.
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answered 4 years, 5 months ago
by
Roni
 - Boston area
answer 7
Use nail balsam before you use Trind Nail Repair. Actually...use the Cuticle Balsam before you use the Nail Repart. Follow the instructions for both. I used to have nails that split and broke. Trind Nail
Repair eliminated that. I use this as a clear nail polish...my nails have never been stronger.
I don't use color on my nails, so I don't know if that would change how long your manicure lasts...but Trind will definitely make your nails stronger. I seldom use the Nail Balsam...but I wouldn't be without the Nail Repair and the Cuticle Balsam.
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answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by
exTexasruby
 - Portland, OR
Question

Is the Trind Natural Nail Repair a matte or gloss finish?

asked 4 years, 7 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Georgia
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
7 answers
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answer 1
It dries to a matte finish.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
by
BeccaD
 - Florida
answer 2
Trind is a high gloss finish.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
by
Diana1520
answer 3
Trind is glossy when dry, as if you have used a clear nail polish.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
by
JoyP
 - NH
answer 4
It goes on shiny but dulls after a day or so. If you apply everyday, per the label, you'll keep the nice shine. You'll also notice that over time your nails will grow out more opaque and even with one thin coat of the nail repair, it'll almost looks like you have a very light, off white nail polish on. I think it's a great look without the damage that polish does.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
Horselover
 - Rancho Santa Fe, CA
answer 5
It is a subtle gloss finish. I use it with no other polish over it, as I prefer a natural look.
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answered 4 years, 5 months ago
by
Roni
 - Boston area
answer 6
It is a gloss finish. It looks like clear nail polish...and that is how I use it....only it makes your nails strong.
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answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by
exTexasruby
 - Portland, OR
answer 7
I can only speak to this original Trind natural nail repair. It is more on the gloss side. It has a nice sheen but not a super high, glossy shine.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by
Shaz
Question

After viewing the ingredients I see it contains formaldahyde. Did anyone have problems with this ingredient making nails brittle?

My nails are so damaged after years of wearing acrylics. I've tried just about everything on the market and I'm looking for a product that will actually do what it claims too. I'd very much appreciate people's advice on what works, and what doesn't. Thank you.
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
by
Kimbee
 - Chandler, AZ
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
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answer 1
I also wore acrylic nails for years. I removed them approximately 6 months ago and the nails underneath were very thin and as they grew out would split at the top. I used several different products to strengthen them but nothing seemed to work. I read the reviews on Trind Nail Repair and gave it a try. I have been using it for about a week and a half and the improvement is remarkable! I also use the Trind Nail Balsam to condition my nails before applying the Nail Repair.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
by
BeccaD
 - Florida
answer 2
The ingredient list for this product states that it has no more than 5% formaldahyde. And, although I would prefer to NOT use this chemical on my body....I have no plans to discontinue. I haven't found anything that works better than this to strengthen my nails. I painted a problem toenail (I banged my big toe on a chair leg and nearly split the nail in half). I used this almost daily to keep a very heavy coat of Nail Repair on the toenail. This kept the nail from splitting further and made the new growth very strong. I also use this on the nails of my hands. My Mani/Pedi person says she has never seen my nails stronger. I'll use this product as long as it is made! And no I did not find that this made my nails brittle.
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answered 3 years ago
by
exTexasruby
 - Portland, OR
answer 3
I also noted it contains formaldahyde but after using it for 3 months, my nails are NOT brittle. But I also use the Balsam first which may counteract the formaldahyde in the Nail Repair. My nails have never looked so fabulous!!!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
by
julieanne325
 - Mountain Home, ID
answer 4
When you use the balsalm prior to the nail repair you protect your nails. I did research on the formaldehyde and learned that the amount in the product is hot hazardous. I have been using the system for a few years off and on and my nails have never looked better or felt stronger. Look at the testimonials on youtube and then purchase the system on the SkinStore!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
by
Teeyah2
 - Chicago, IL
answer 5
I tried acrylics and had an allergic reaction. Then I tried the "no chip" shellac - yep, allergic. I have been using Trind natural nail repair for about 3 months and my nails are gorgeous. They are strong, healthy and don't chip or break. Don't apply this all the way to your cuticles. I have the Trind Balsam, which is what I use near my cuticles - they also are great. Good luck, I hope it works as well for you as it has for me.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
by
Chitown50
 - Chicago, IL
Question

My large toenail is split down the middle & it always grows back that way - has been like that for years. Will Trind Nail Repair fix that for me?

asked 4 years, 8 months ago
by
AZLizzy
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
2 answers
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answer 1
I have had this same issue with my right thumbnail, which I split about five years ago, and it always splits again when it grows out to the tip. As I write this, I'm looking at a healthy thumbnail that has grown out without splitting, and I hope to keep it that way. You really need to use the Cuticle Balsam and Nail Balsam along with the nail repair - those imbue the nails with the moisture to grow out healthily. Good luck.
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answered 4 years, 5 months ago
by
Roni
 - Boston area
answer 2
Absolutely,. I had a split in my thumbnail for about a year. I couldn't get it to heal no matter how careful I was . I'd file it to nearly nothing and still it would grow with a split. I did some research and read about products that "might" work. I didn't actually think Trind Nail Repair would do anything...but what do I have to loose but 19.00?
I was amazed. My thumbnail was strong and I could file the split away within about 4-6 weeks. You have to be diligent about keeping the split nail covered with the Nail Repair solution...but it really does work.
I used in on my husbands toenail (he fell in the garden and did some very ugly things to his big toenail)). He was amazed as well. Now I just use it on all my nails like a clear nail polish.
You will need to find your own technique for filing the end and top the nail. I think keeping the end of the nail more straight than rounded also helps. This stuff works...so try it.
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answered 4 years, 7 months ago
by
exTexasruby
 - Portland, OR
Question

Do your products contact QUATERNIUM, POLYQUATERNIUM, or FORMALDEHYDE?

asked 3 years, 7 months ago
by
ricky
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
2 answers
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answer 1
Skin Store posts the ingredients next to each product online. Different manufacturers may use different chemical names for the same ingredient...so you might want to do an internet search for chemicals/ingredients you do not want to use or are allergic to.
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answered 3 years ago
by
exTexasruby
 - Portland, OR
answer 2
This product does contain formaldehyde.....is harsh and drying. I sent mine back.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
by
adnil4
 - IA
Question

I just received my grind natural nail repair. The my nails are basic strong but always break way down low. Is this because they are strong but brittle

And can this help the splitting. Even though my nails are strong why do they slit also. Last but not least can you use regular nail polish while using natural nail repair.
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asked 2 years, 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Tuxedo park
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
2 answers
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answer 1
You're stepping in the right direction. I would definitely add the Nail Balsam to your regime. It moisturizes your nails before putting the Nail Repair on. I brush the Balsam on first and let it soak in for about a half hour. Then I rub it in more throughly, especially along the edges where it's built up. I rinse my nails with water and dry them thoroughly before applying the Nail Repair.
answered 9 months ago
by
julieanne325
 - Mountain Home, ID
answer 2
Have you tried using the Trind Nail Balsam. I use this under the nail repair ant then use regular nail polish over it. Moisture is the main ingredient that nails scream for. Try the Trind Nail Balsam.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
by
jaye
Question

Can you use trind if you are working to get rid of nail fungus? i am using vicks which is working can I do both?

I am using Vicks vaporub which seems to be killing the little bit of fungus i have. Wanted to know if it is possible to put a coat of trind on during the day then remove to put the vicks on and sleep in gloves at night or will the vicks penetrate through the trind?

Or, I have read people using trind with nail fungus what is your suggestion as to go about this using your products??
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
by
Runnermom
on Trind Natural Nail Repair
1 answer
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answer 1
I picked up a nail fungus last summer at a nail salon and didn't even have my nails done there. Duh! Since I use Trind I went ahead and used it because I have to have something on my nails in order for them to not break. Not sure if Vicks would penetrate through so if what you are doing by removing the Trind at night works then I would continue to do that. I used Dr. G's product to kill the fungus. Good luck becuase it is a long term committment to get rid of nail fungus.
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answered 3 years ago
by
jaye
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