Friday, October 30, 2009


I have a new (to me) product that I would like to share with you all today. The product is called NAILSavers and it does just what the name suggests, it saves your false nails from yellowing, color fading, drying, and lifting caused by UV exposure in tanning beds. What an awesome invention, right? I have used false nails and tanning beds before, and for any of you that use them too, this is a great product for you.

Here is a little bit about NAILSavers:

NAILSavers™ is proud to announce their 10th anniversary serving the indoor tanning industry. The company’s longstanding relationship with salon owners dates back to the late nineties when they unveiled their flagship product NAILSavers™.
NAILSavers™ are a remarkably handy, reusable nail cover system that completely protects all types of nails from the ravages of UV Light, especially while tanning indoors. The NAILSavers™ reusable system is constructed of soft, durable (latex-free) PVC with powerful UV inhibitors.
Over the past 10 years NAILSavers™ products have become a trusted brand that can be found in tanning salons from coast to coast.
NAILSavers™ is the brainchild of company founders Chris Scheurn and Eileen Allen. The company’s flagship product NAILSavers™ was created out of necessity. “Chris and I are avid tanners and over the years discovered that our passion for tanning took a toll on our nails. We created a simple but effective solution to maintain our nails without interfering with our tanning.” Says Eileen Allen. After the success of their core product, the company has also created TOESavers, FACESavers and HAIRSavers, designed exclusively for indoor tanner.
For more information on NAILSavers products visit them online at

I was kindly sent a product sample for review. Each package of the NAILSavers comes with 11, which I found to be pretty handy in case you lose one. I liked that they were bright pink for a couple of reasons, one I like bright pink and second, if dropped it would easily be spotted.

Basically they are little plastic protective caps for your fingertips. I tried them all on and they fit very nicely on my tips. None were too tight or too loose. However, they do have other options for making them fit, either by turning them sideways and putting them on if they are too loose.

NAILSavers shown worn with them put on sideways.

Or if they are too tight, taking a pair of scissors and cutting a small slit on the side. After I put them on I gave my hand a good shake, just to see how well they stayed on, and they all did with the exception of my pinky one, however, I don't foresee anyone needing to shake their hand that vigorously while tanning.

They are priced pretty reasonably at $15.00 per pack. You might find these for sale at your local tanning place or nail place, but you can order them direct from NAILSavers.

Not only do they offer these for your nails, but they also have some designed for your toes too! I also see available FACESavers, which is much better than just using a towel to cover your face during tanning. You can check out all their other products on their website


Lucy said...

Intresting product. One that I don't need but great idea!

Anonymous said...

Very cool and creative product. I was stopping by to let you know that we just launched our new appointment scheduling website for beauty professionals called Pencil'em. It's easy to use and you can use it with or without your appointment book. There is even a mobile version to use on your cell phone. To go for a 30 day free trial. Let us know what you think. Thanks.

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