Does Flexinail Really Work?

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Does Flexinail work?Flexinail says that it’s a way to keep your nails growing healthy and strong, preventing dry brittle nails and maintaining a nice appearance. Since it’s using organic botanical ingredients instead of chemicals it would be a great natural product for your nails, just as long as it works. So let’s find out if it does.

Fingernails can take a beating, and if you are prone to having chipped, broken, or otherwise unhealthy looking nails you’ve probably gotten pretty frustrated with the state of things. Toenails get a workout too, always being crammed in socks, shoes, sandals and other footwear, leaving them susceptible to fungus and breakages. It’s easy enough to neglect our nails until the problem becomes readily apparent to onlookers, and by that point you just want a quick fix.

The Claim
The makers of Flexinail claim that it will handle almost all of your nail problems including chips, breaks, peeling, or dry and brittle nails. They say it does so not by using a bunch of chemicals, but rather by using organic botanicals to provide your nails with the nutrients they need for optimal growth. They say that it only takes a few seconds per day to apply.

The Hype
Having your nails in tip-top condition is key, and if you suffer from any of the conditions that this is supposed to help with, you’ll definitely be drawn to it. This is especially true if you have tried other nail products in the past with mixed results. If this really can turn nails around and get them back to their naturally healthy state, it would be worth the hype involved.

The Cost
You can get a total of four bottles of Flexinail for $80, and this should last you six months. They also offer a version for toes which goes for $24. The interesting part about their products is that they offer a 100 day guarantee, which is more than three times the amount of time you get to evaluate competing products. This is in light of the fact that it’s fingernails we’re talking about here, and they only grow a millimeter at a time so it may take a while for you to be able to make up your mind if it’s working or not. This gives you ample time to make a decision.

The Commitment
You’ll need to brush this on the same way you would a fingernail polish, and you’ll want to stick to it daily to see the best results. They say that depending on the state your nails are in, your results will vary in regards to time, so if they’re in pretty bad shape you’ve got the longest time to wait, and if they’re already in pretty good health they’ll just start getting better and better.

When deciding whether or not to go with Flexinail you have to weigh it up against your other options. Only then does it make sense to go with it, since it is a natural product and covers a wide variety of nail problems. They are taking a different and more sensible approach to healthy nail care, and are in line with what your nails would grow like under optimal conditions. You wouldn’t want to simply harden your nails for the sake of making them stronger. They need to be able to yield to pressure and bounce right back to their original shape.

Since they are using as many organic ingredients as they can, and focusing on botanicals that are known for nail health, the likelihood of an adverse reaction to it is lessened. Our fingertips end up touching all sorts of things, so it’s nice to know that you won’t be transferring this chemicals into food, or onto your pet, or into your mouth or eyes.

Final Flexinail Review

Flexinail is getting our Solid Try rating, the product is well-made and gets plenty of third-party positive feedback. The price is slightly high for what it is, but since it should replace all of your other nail health products it’s easily justified. They say you should use it daily, but after a few months you can probably start switching to maintenance mode, using it every other day or every three days so that it doesn’t have to be such a big expense, and you can keep your nails in awesome condition.

Our Recommendation
Since most of the products for nails contain strong chemical ingredients, we recommend finding products that are all-natural and use naturally sourced products so you’re treating your nails as well as you can. It’s nice to have a nail health product in your nail toolkit, since most of the other products like nail polish and nail polish remover tend to be pretty harsh on our nails, and getting acrylic nails can be really brutal.

What do you think? Does Flexinail work or not?

31 Customer Reviews on “Does Flexinail Really Work?

  1. I have to admit we are bad at answering the phone. We wanted people that could answer all the technical questions and that just isn’t practical for us to have someone on the phones all the time. We do reply VERY quickly to the email address we leave on the phone message or you can email me directly :

  2. After 20 years of hiding my nail I can finally show them off. Flexinail took a while to work, I’d say about 2 months of daily use before I noticed any real change but now the cracking and peeling has stopped and I only use a little every day. I’ve been using for 6 months now and plan to continue using it.

  3. Hi, I hardly ever write reviews, but had to add one here. I have had horrible nails for a long time, to the point that I was using super glue to hold it all together under nail polish. I tried nail hardeners, with formaldehyde (bad idea) which nearly ruined one of my nails and every over the counter nail product imaginable. I took Biotin and Collagen supplements too. Nothing worked until I started using Flexi-Nail. I leave a tube next to the couch so that I can use it while watching TV, I keep a tube in my purse, etc. Now to be fair I am also still taking one Biotin capsule a week. For a while I was taking one a day, but between the one capsule of Biotin a week and using Flexi-Nail a couple of times a day, I now have decent nails. I have been occasionally rubbing lanolin on them also and a friend told me olive oil would work too. So there you have it. Not sure if it was the Biotin or Flexi-Nail, but something is finally working.

  4. Hi Evelyn. I’ve been using Flexinail for a while now and have seen great improvement. You use it first thing in the morning, before wetting your hands. You want the flexinail to be the first thing to soak into your nails…not water. I use it sporatically throughout the day when I know my nails have been out of water for at least an hour or so. You just need to brush some over the nail and the underside…you don’t need to soak the nail with it. The longer you can wait to rub it in your hands, like hand lotion…the better it soaks in. My nails crashed and burned several years ago due to age and thryoid problems and it has helped. The hardest part of the flexinail routine is waiting the 3 months or so (depending on how bad your nail are) to see results..but you will see results.
    Blessings, Evelyn

  5. Hello i’m Evelyn and I just brought this product also yesterday ,but I wanna know how did you use the product .how many times a day ? And how long the product need to be on the nails ?
    Hope you help me for that .
    Thanks and waiting for your reply

  6. I am a classical guitarist and must have strong, flexible nails. I have been using acrylic for years, but want to get away from it as it ruins your natural nails. i just started using this product yesterday, hope it works as well as they claim.

  7. you never answer your phone which makes me believe if I had a problem or wanted to return your product ( that I have not purchased yet) noone would be there to answer my questions.

  8. Flexinail does everything it claims and more. I began using it early April 2013 on flaky, splitting, really short nails that would not grow. It is now June 21, 2013 and I have a beautiful, long, strong, flexible nails, with white tips. I can’t believe the difference. I will never stop using this product. I now only have to apply a thin layer once a day. I would recommend if you use polish and remover to use formaldehyde free and acetone free products though. Give it a try, you wont be disappointed.

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