Brand new nail technology using a gel nail treatment to repair damaged nails has hit the presses today. Red Carpet Manicure, based out of Hauppauge Long Island, has announced Monday, Feb. 25, its introduction of a new at home professional quality product, a gel nail treatment, that provides a solution to repair and strengthen short, brittle and damaged nails.
Red Carpet Manicure, the world’s first at home LED gel manicure system and global category leader, announced today the introduction of new nail, cuticle and hand treatments designed for superior and immediate care.
This Long Island Beauty Lookbook Examiner was one of the first to try and report on the Red Carpet Manicure DIY gel nail polish system and the product has become a fast favorite, featured here, in other Hair and Nails columns, winning 2012 beauty awards, gracing the manicures of celebrities such as Rihanna and Beyoncé and recently making its catwalk debut during NYFW.
RCM’s five-item gel nail treatment collection repairs and strengthens damaged, short and brittle nails, each specially formulated with the most technologically advanced ingredients providing consumers the tools to heal and protect cuticles while strengthening and conditioning nails.
This unique nail care is a first of its kind from Red Carpet Manicure, an innovator in the beauty business, using a DIY light activated gel nail treatment, which helps nails become stronger and longer. Both the Nail Remedy and Nail Remedy treatments can be used alone or as a base coat prior to applying standard nail color or LED gel nail polish.
- Nail Remedy is infused with luxurious botanicals and rejuvenating vitamins that apply like a base coat. Within seconds of curing in the RCM LED light, nails are instantly stronger, protected to defend against excess moisture, external chipping and cracking, giving a resilient, stronger finish and enhancing complete natural nail growth.
- Also light activated, Nail Recovery rejuvenates brittle, peeling nails, saving damaged nails with a super charged concentration of berries and vitamins encouraging a healthier natural nail growth.
- Cuticle Balm rehydrates dry and cracked nail beds.
- Cuticle Elixir is a super saturating serum that soothes tender, damaged cuticles.
- Youth Crème provides three levels of professional treatment, for nails, cuticles and hands, perfect for use after each manicure and pedicure.
Barry Shields, Managing Partner of Red Carpet Manicure addressed the needs of his consumers with this latest gel nail treatment.
After spending the past year introducing consumers to our at-home LED gel nail polish system, we were asked by consumers to expand our technologies to address nail care. As a brand, we truly listen to our consumers and constantly work to formulate the best nail science to care for our customers’ most valued accessories, their nails and hands.
In addition to the above revitalizing hand and gel nail treatments, RCM is also launching a first-ever professional LED light with a USB port for the ultimate convenience. As part of its growing line of LED gel nail polishes, the European and Designer Collections will be available nationwide March 1, touting this year’s hottest shades such as Diva In Disguise and Always Slate Never Early. Crystal Gems, Nail Glitz Designer Nail Glitters and Professional Nail Appliques round out the gel manicure brand’s array of 2013 new products also launching this March.
The Red Carpet Manicure Nail Treatment Collection will be on shelves nationwide at ULTA Beauty located on Long Island in Garden City and Levittown and ulta.com beginning March 1. RCM Gel Manicure system and gel nail polishes can also be found at Fred Meyer, Meijer, Duane Reade, Wegmans, Harmon Drug, and Drugstore.com.
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