JẴSÖN Pure, Natural & Organic Tea Tree Oil Nail Saver has been produced to protect and heal your nails. It improves brittleness, cracking, hang nails and infection, although the particular infections are not known.
According to resources on the retail sites JẴSÖN Natural Products have been in existence for 55 years, providing users with a pure and natural body, skin, hair and oral products that is friendly for you and the environment.
The tea tree oil is provided to customers in a nail polish see through bottle with a small image of a panda bear on the front of the bottle and holds 0.5 oz of the miracle fluid.
According to the ingredient label the Tea Tree Oil Nail Saver is made up of natural ingredients that consist of the following:
- Sesamum Indicum (sesame),
- Seed oil*,
- Melaleuca Altemifolia (tea tree) leaf oil*,
- Carthamus Tinctorius (safflower) seed oil*
- Helianthus Annuus (sunflower) seed oil*,
- Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) oil*,
- Oenothera Biennis (evening primrose) oil,
- Tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E),
- Refinyl Palmitate (vitamin A),
*Certified to be organic
All that you need to do is brush and massage the oil under the nail and around the cuticle tips. Then wipe the excess oil off with nail polish remover.
Warnings regarding the product
Care should be taken if you are thin-skinned, and if redness or any swellings occur the product should be discontinued.
The JẴSÖN nail care treatment oil can be bought at various online retailers for 8 to 9USD.
No noted guarantee could be found regarding the product, and will have to be taken up with the retailer you buy the product.
Brittle Nail Rejuvenation with Tea Tree Nail Saver – JĀSÖN Conclusion
There are many satisfied customers who have used the product; however the satisfaction is mostly for healing your nails from being brittle or cracked nails. There had been no noted feedback that it has been used to heal any type of fungal infections that occur in your finger or toe nails.
Although the Tea Tree Oil Nail Saver works great for repairing brittle and cracked nails, there had been no information set out from the manufacturer or customers that it had been used to treat fungus infections.