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Review: Grow Stong Healthy Nails with Probelle Touch N’ Grow Nail Hardener

I received a  PRESS SAMPLE of Probelle’s Touch N’ Grow Nail Hardener.
Want to grow strong healthy nails? In addition to the 16 tips from the attached HuffPost article, try a nail hardener like Probelle’s Touch N’ Grow Plus nail hardener and strengthener.
Probelle is the innovative, restorative base nail polish that uses a two-step system to cure, grow and repair nails to a healthier state. The Touch N’ Grow original formula cures and strengthens nails while the Touch N’ Grow Plus maintains healthy nails. The Touch N’ Grow Plus is formulated with both garlic and lime. The Special extracts from garlic help to prevent nails from discoloration caused by fungus as well as bacteria growth caused by prolonged nail polish wear. Lime contains Vitamin C which helps to promote nail growth.
Probelle Founder and CEO Leon Kohn had a big reason to launch his product. Leon’s mother was prescribed medication for rheumatoid arthritis that stunted her nail growth and made her nails peel and crack. Kohn came up with a formula that successfully helped rebuild and restore his mother’s nails and named it Probelle.
The Review: Worked for me!
I don’t know if my nails are soft because I wash my hands a lot (I’m a little OCD, I guess). As a result, they break easily (sometimes I wake up and they are ripped in half because it catches in the sheets) or they peel like onions (not quite understanding how that happens) but anyways, I jumped at the opportunity to try this polish for that reason.
I can tell you that after one application of the touch and grown plus nail hardener I saw a significant improvement in the strength of my nails. I am not a fan of long nails, but I allowed them to grow for the purposes of this review. Despite my frequent hand washing, the polish did not peel off either. Nail polish usually begins to separate from my nails seconds after forking over payment to the nail technician (I’m not even kidding guys).

If you are interested in trying Probelle Nail Hardener is available at Amazon.com and sells for $13.

XoXo, Natasha

Disclosure: I received a sample of this product for review. The opinions expressed here are honest and my own 



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  2. Thanks for sharing this post. I purchased this product as my cousin recommended it to me as it helps maintain the nail clear as well as it is a great top coat that dries very fast. When I first saw the name I thought it would smell like garlic but when I tried it I was delighted to know that it smells just like any other nail product. Thanks again! I also enjoyed reading your other posts!