Healthy Nails In Less Than Three Weeks? Micro Cell 2000 Nail Repair Could Be The Solution You’re Looking For


I’ve always had problematic nails. For as long as I can remember my talons have split, broken, flaked and chipped on almost a daily basis; the situation was only exacerbated when I dabbled in gel nails for a time, leaving my hands in a sorry old state. Ever since then I’ve been desperate to find a portfolio of products that can help repair damage, strengthen the surface and create a healthy looking nail that I can be proud of. Like with skincare and makeup, without a great base your polish is only going to look a bit dodgy when applied over the surface; it’s important to look after our nails in the best way we can, so those expensive polishes look the best they can. Micro Cell 2000 Nail Repair is a treatment range that has been developed specifically for soft and brittle nails; the technologically substantiated ‘secret recipe’ within the formula is widely regarded as the #1 in the treatment of soft and brittle nails worldwide. That’s a pretty big claim – which is why over 10,000 units of Micro Cell are being sold in its native Germany every week. I’ve been putting it to the test over the last few weeks to see if it could positively effect the condition of my nails, without being a complete faff to integrate into an already expansive routine. Here’s how I got on… (Spoiler: my nails are fab.)

The Micro Cell nail repair system is infused with seaweed and calcium to help strengthen and protect against tearing and splintering of the nail tips. It not only accelerates growth and activates the rebuilding of protein molecules in the nail, but it helps connect and strengthen the individual layers of nails for a superb result – both instantly and over time. The relatively thin and fluid formula glides over the nail to leave a glossy finish that instantly hardens; the result is a nail that not only looks healthier, but feels a heck of a lot stronger: Micro Cell stops any bend in my nail and gives the surface a really durable finish that has stopped any splitting, breaking or damage from furiously tapping at my keyboard. Simplicity is the key to any new routine, and the Micro Cell polish works in the easiest of ways – just apply a coat two days in a row, on the third remove it with the specialist polish remover and apply a fresh coat. When you’ve completed this process for two to three weeks you should see a significant improvement. (In my case, I saw a pretty good result after only a few days.)

What I really like about this regime is the fact that the nail varnish remover is part of it too; it’s not all about what you put on your nail, but what you use to take off the polish too. So many removers are incredibly harsh on the nail, stripping it of goodness and moisture which leaves it brittle and prone to breakage, but Micro Cell have created their very own Nail Repair Remover which gently dissolves any kind of polish. It’s acetone free (the ingredient that removes a lot of the natural oils in nails,) and although it still contains acetate and alcohol it doesn’t leave my hands feeling like they desperately need a moisture boost. Although it does take a little longer to remove bold colours, the effort is worth it when it comes to the long-term condition of your nails. The only downside? The scent is pretty strong and a lot harder to handle than many of my other removers.

The key reason for Micro Cell’s success isn’t an incredibly unique formula or revolutionary ingredients, but their focus on taking care of the nail on a daily basis. A strengthening base coat allows the nail to grow in a healthy way without breaking, while the gentle polish remover prevents any excess moisture loss that’s essential for the prevention of splitting. They offer a selection of coloured polishes to keep nails as healthy as possible, while accessories including their cuticle oil and glass nail file ensure a professional quality maintenance programme. (Glass nail files are great at preventing splitting, filling in even the tiniest of gaps and helping to avoid moisture loss.) This is something you could keep up indefinitely, or dip into every few months when you feel your nails need a little boost. Although my nails were in pretty good nick because of a concerted effort over the summer months, I can still see and feel the difference Micro Cell has provided – it’s an affordable solution that genuinely makes a positive change. I’ll be reaching for this probably until the very last drop.

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  1. Sophie
    November 17, 2015 / 4:01 pm

    I'm definitely going to have to try this stuff out! My nails are awful xx

  2. Pam Scalfi
    November 17, 2015 / 4:46 pm

    sounds like a nail saviour! So affordable too!Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

  3. Abigail Alice
    November 17, 2015 / 8:39 pm

    These products sound lovely. I get acrylic nails every so often and they really destroy your nail which is such a shame!

    • Hayley Carr
      November 20, 2015 / 10:34 am

      Acrylics are so bad for your nails – but something like this will help you re-build and re-pair between applications.

    • Hayley Carr
      November 20, 2015 / 10:35 am

      You and me both! Make sure you always use a hand cream and cuticle oil too – that really helps.

  4. Sarah Walker
    November 27, 2015 / 7:55 pm

    My nails are always grow so long but they never feel healthy which is annoying but I hate short nails haha! This sounds like a saviour. xx

  5. Michelle Scarafiotti
    November 29, 2015 / 4:43 pm

    This sounds awesome I sure could use this so could my daughter, unfortunately our budget says no. 🙁 looking forward to the reviews from everyone ♡

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