Your Nails Need This Product

03/17/2014 at 06:00 AM ET

It’s a vicious cycle: You get gel manicures or paint your tips because it looks good. But constantly having polish on them can cause white patches, peeling, brittleness, destroyed cuticles and breakage … so you’re forced to cover them up with another mani, only causing more damage. That’s where this kit comes in. It repairs your nails in as few as three days and you can even use it as a base coat with other polishes to stop the cycle.

Don’t forget to use the code STYLE15 at checkout for an extra 15% off the Julep 911 kit.

And if you’re starting to think about getting your toes in sandals-ready shape, we’d also suggest adding this totally wacky, but seriously amazing foot peel to your cart as well.

Now all that’s left to do is decide which color to paint on your soon-to-be-ultra-healthy, non-peeling, strong nails.

–Zoë Ruderman

FILED UNDER: Bargains , Beauty , Exclusive , Joyus , Nails , Shopping

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False, lack of moisture, oil and improper removal methods damage nails and cuticles. Not polish or gel. Using a jojoba based cuticle and nail oil paired with properly sealing the nail with polish and base coat, and no clipping your cuticles will dramatically repair damaged nails. Do not peel or pick at polish or gels. Coat them in olive oil, and soak them in acetone or gel polish remover for 10 minutes to remove.

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