robert e wrote:laukejas wrote: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?
Not quite sure what you meant by that. Myrrh oil is not available in my country, I have to order it overseas anyway.
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.
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?
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.
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...
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.
I couldn't see any such advertisement, could you PM me the link, please?