Health & Beauty

Why It’s Important To Have An Intensive Winter Nail Care Routine (Win!)

January 28, 2024

Even the best manicure can be ruined by dry, cracked cuticles resulting from improper nail care. Attentive nail care in-between salon visits is important all year round, and especially during the winter months. Cold weather can dry the skin, cuticles and nails resulting in cracking, splitting, peeling, thin and brittle nails. In addition, the fact that we spend so much time transitioning between the chilly outdoors and centrally heated buildings depletes our nails of moisture. BIO SCULPTURE’s ETHOS nail care products along with Navy Pro Tools are part of an accessible luxury nail care ritual that replenishes and protects your nails and sets you up for perfectly conditioned spring and summer manicures.

Ethos Kiwi Scrub: Start your winter nail care ritual with Ethos Kiwi Scrub ($23) from BIO SCULPTURE to soften the skin. Ethos Kiwi Scrub is an exclusive scrub with kiwi aroma, which may assist with the removal of dead nail cells. Kiwi Scrub contains tiny alumina particles and passion fruit seed powder, designed to exfoliate dry and rough nail surfaces. In addition to vitamins C and E, it also contains ginseng root extract, sunflower and sweet almond oil, which will moisturize and hydrate nails. This formula is suited for all nail types and is especially important to use in winter to revitalize nails and cuticles after polish removal or gel removal.

Ethos Rosehip Cuticle Oil: Every nail-care routine must include a soothing and hydrating cuticle oil.  Once the cuticle area has been thoroughly exfoliated with Ethos Kiwi Scrub, apply an even coat of a nourishing oil to the area and rub in until smooth. BIO SCULPTURE’s luxury formula in Ethos Rosehip Cuticle Oil ($28) has won five-star reviews from consumers and nail artists globally. A unique composition of oils including rosehip and camellia oil smooths rough and dry patches, locking moisture into nails and cuticles to keep them nourished and hydrated. Ideal for very dry and dehydrated skin and has extraordinary moisturizing and rehydrating properties.

BIO SCULPTURE Hand Cream: To ensure that the skin around your nail bed stays supple and moisturized, make daily use of a good hydrating lotion. BIO SCULPTURE Hand Cream ($38) contains a blend of shea butter and vitamin E to effectively hydrate hands and skin. Featuring a protective UV filter, with a light and youthful fragrance. BIO SCULPTURE Hand Cream is ideal for year-round use to moisturize and protect the skin.                                            

Navy Pro Tools: The right tools are essential  to properly groom cuticles and there is one brand that is becoming standard in any luxury salon and is also available for consumers to purchase for home use. Celebrity nail artists the world over reach for their favorites, including the curved tipped  Doris and straight tipped Ethel cuticle pushers, and a pair of Katey super fine cuticle trimmers from Navy Pro Tools (available exclusively in North America from BIO SCULPTURE Canada) to get the cleanest look. The production process for Navy Pro Tools includes nine quality control steps and then hand testing of each tool for ultimate precision.

Win! A BIO SCULPTURE Winter Nail Care Prize Pack!

Congrats Tricia C. of Hamilton, ON, who will receive a BIO SCULPTURE Winter Nail Care Prize Pack, including all the BIO SCULPTURE products mentioned above (Ethos Kiwi Scrib, Ethos Rosehip Cuticle Oil and BIO SCULPTURE Hand Cream, as well as a Harriet Advanced Cuticle Pusher)! Please note: if you are the winner, you will receive a DM (direct message) in Instagram directly from @vitadailymedia. Please be wary of fake accounts, which often use similar handles with an extra or missing letter, number or symbol. We will never ask for a payment or for your credit card number, and we will never ask you to click through a link. If you are unsure whether you have been contacted, via Instagram, by us or a fake account, email us before responding.


  1. Catrina Lyttle

    January 29th, 2024 at 10:42 am

    Pale pink
    @aliceltranty on ig

  2. So La

    January 29th, 2024 at 10:59 am

    Different shades of pink! @farting_frog

  3. Adrienne McCarthy

    January 29th, 2024 at 3:41 pm

    A soft blush pink. @adriennstagram

  4. Rita Duff

    January 30th, 2024 at 4:09 am

    soft pink @duffmr

  5. Jessica Tan

    January 30th, 2024 at 7:01 am

    French! @jessy.neil

  6. Leah Hagerty

    January 30th, 2024 at 7:03 am

    Neutral nails are classic!


  7. Ann-Marie Vaughan

    January 30th, 2024 at 10:48 am

    Clear IG: @ann_marievaughan

  8. Carole D

    January 30th, 2024 at 11:40 am

    A blush peach/ pink


  9. Monique L.S.

    January 31st, 2024 at 6:44 am

    I like coral colours. IG @minty_mo2020

  10. sylvia

    February 3rd, 2024 at 1:22 pm

    i like winter white @sylviaschmidtTO

  11. Hoda

    February 4th, 2024 at 8:53 pm

    FB: Hoda Montazeri Motlagh

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