Al Asyl combines synergistic essential oils in a Nail and Cuticle Serum, which strengthens the cuticle bed, encourages growth of healthy nails and guards against fungal infections with the added bonus of a fresh, uplifting aroma.
The Serum is packaged using a new recyclable violet glass technology. The violet glass works like a natural filter, shielding the oil from harmful light that accelerates the process of molecular decay.
The product is suitable for fingernails and toenails. Apply the oil twice a day to the nail and cuticle area. Massage gently paying close attention to the nail bed. Us this natural remedy regularly for optimal results.
Suitable for nails resting after use of nail extensions.
Keep away from eyes.
Organic Argan Oil (Argania Spinosa): from Morocco, with its high concentration of tocopherols (Vitamin E), fatty acids, sterol molecules and anti-oxidants that cannot be found in other plant-derived oils, is the base for the Serum.
Prickly Pear Seed Oil (Opuntia Ficus Indica): from Morocco is a very rare and unique oil that has the highest Vitamin E content of all carrier oils, enhances the therapeutic properties of Organic Argan Oil and moisturises as it penetrates deep into the nail bed, encouraging healthy nail growth.
Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia): from the high altitude region of the French Alps is an antiseptic and a circulatory stimulant protecting the nail from infection and supporting the new growth.
Lemon (Citrus Limonum): from Italy is known to be effective for brittle nails, softens and acts as a mild bleach against discolouration.
Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens): from Egypt attracts moisture (or 'is an emollient') and acts as a preventative against fungal infections.
Influenced by her British and Pakistani roots award-winning artist Maaida Noor has an interest in the rich heritage of Islamic Arts, and the cultural values of the Islamic world.
In recognition of her art and its cross-over appeal in both British and Muslim culture, Maaida was recently announced winner of the '2017 British Muslim Awards in the Arts and Cultural Awareness' category. Before this, her art had been displayed in Battersea Power Station, the Three Faiths Forum, various auction houses, and corporate and private collections including members of the Jordanian Royal Family.
This particular design was inspired by the Turkish Iznik tiles, the pastel colours and patterns reflect the organic ingredients within the product.