Yeah, sorry, my bad. There are suppliers of therapeutic essential oils in my country, but those that have myrrh are heavily diluted, and I doubt they would work for nails.robert e wrote:Maybe you missed my previous comment, where I mention Antigoni Goni soaking her nails in olive oil. Search youtube for "Antigoni Goni nail care". She has many good suggestions from her own experience. Myrrh oil needs a carrier oil, and since many guitarists use olive oil anyway, it seems a logical choice.laukejas wrote:Not quite sure what you meant by that. Myrrh oil is not available in my country, I have to order it overseas anyway.robert e wrote:If you're so convinced of myrrh's effectiveness, why not add a drop or two of myrrh oil to Goni's olive oil soak?
I didn't know myrrh oil was so hard to find. It seems plentiful online, and on Amaz*n; perhaps it won't be too costly to have shipped. Are there no suppliers of therapeutic essential oils in your country?
As for the olive oil, I used for two years back when I started playing, and it did help my nails become more flexible, but it was nothing in comparison to the raw power of Onymyrrhe...
I couldn't see any such advertisement, could you PM me the link, please?Frousse wrote:I am not sure whether I can post the link here, but, through a search on Amazon, I was able to click on one of the advertised links in the lower part of the page and find a site that sells the product onymyrrhe.