So, the Rejuvacote Nail Growth System doesn’t meet the TFW standards on aesthetics and we suspect that nail growth ‘system’ is somewhat pushing the boundaries of construction for what is, essentially, a nail varnish. However, it works. It really, really, works and hence it has cut muster to be included on the site.
Rejuvacote works like any other nail growth varnish, namely that you apply a coat of varnish each day then remove at the end of the week (or when it starts to chip) and then begin all over again. However, unlike other nail growth products this one actually does what it says on the bottle. The added benefit of Rejuvacote is that it seems that when you have repaired your nails/finished with the intensive, daily regime you can just use it as a base coat and still get the benefit whilst wearing coloured polish.
For male readers who are interested in this type of product but don’t want to look like they are wearing varnish, sticking to one coat is really quite matte (two or more coats is when you look like you have varnish on).
The only word of warning is to be careful not to get any on your skin as it can have a hardening effect (although that said, we have painted outside the nail on a fair few occasions to no ill effects provided you remove it once you have finished the manicure). In any event, we use with Kiehl’s Ultimate Strength Hand Salve, which not only has great ‘old-school’ style packaging but is a highly effective salve without the artificial scent common to most hand creams.
Prices for Rejuvacote vary but at the time of writing it was selling on Amazon for £9.45.