One minute at the sink is all it takes to have beautiful soft hands thanks to One Minute Manicure.
History of One Minute Manicure
In 1998, founder of One Minute Manicure, Rosie Herman set off on adventure in her kitchen that turned into a multi-million dollar business. After leaving her career as a manicurist and salon owner to stay home with her twin babies, Rosie soon found her hands in rough shape. Unable to find something that would work for her hands, she went shopping to make her own. What resulted was the recipe that is still used today, 10 years later. What started out as "Mommy's Magic" turned into "One Minute Manicure". Making her products right in her own kitchen, Rosie easily sold her first 10 jars for $25 each and quickly found herself with a waiting list. With unforgettable press appearances such as Oprah and people, the rest is history.
Because her product was a huge success, more than 50 other like products came on the market the year after One Minute Manicure launched, but none are of the standards of One Minute Manicure which is found in salons around the world. Each product is made using the original basic recipe right in Texas.
One Minute Manicure: Magic
Stir the container to mix the oils with the salt and scoop some out. Apply to your hands (or elsewhere on your body) and rub in a circular motion to gently but thoroughly exfoliate your skin. Pay attention to your nails and cuticles. These are the first areas of your hand which show wear and tear.
You will not only be exfoliating; you'll be moisturizing with an abundance of 9 different oils from walnut to apricot kernel, which you'll notice working the minute you start scrubbing. Once you've exfoliated for a minute or so, rinse off excess product and simply pat your hands dry. Massage in the remaining oil into your hands for an extra moisturizing finish.
What is perfect about this is the fact that you can leave it right at your sink to remind you to use it daily. A little amount will do your entire hands. Coming in three different sizes, hand treatments only cost $0.16-$0.33 each when broken down into treatments per container. Once offered in only one scent, you know have a large selection including Chocolate Silk and Ginger Citrus to name a couple. If you use this on a regular basis, you'll see your hands drastically improve.