Thousands of Amazon shoppers swear by this $8 cream that helps promote healthy nails

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Taking care of your nails may not be as high priority as taking care of your skin, but your nails need love, too. And if you’re hoping to have healthy-looking nails this summer, you don’t need to get an expensive mani and pedi or the latest press-ons to do it.

Instead, take a cue from the thousands of Amazon shoppers who use this Onyx Hard As Hoof Nail Strengthening Cream to help improve the quality of their nails. It specifically helps strengthen and condition your cuticles, which often can become dry, damaged or even infected if you don’t properly clean or moisturize them, according to Healthline.

Hard As Hoof Nail Strengthening Cream, $7.94 (Orig. $9.99)

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Enriched with several key vitamins, minerals and other nourishing ingredients, the cream provides much-needed moisture for dry and thin nails so they can become longer and harder. Additionally, it conditions cuticles and helps prevent cracks and peels in your nails.

What you’re probably wondering, though, is does it work? Well, many Amazon shoppers seem to think so. One reviewer raved about how the cream helped their nails bounce back after wearing gel nail polish for a long time.

“I decided to take a break from gel/SNS nails, and my nails were in pretty poor shape once I stopped getting them done,” they explained. “I’ve been using this lotion for about a month and a half, and I feel like I’ve seen an improvement. I’m still trying to get the damaged portion to grow out, but this stuff has helped my nails grow super fast.”

Additionally, multiple reviewers noted how the cream helped their nails recover from acrylic manicures.

“A few weeks ago, I removed my acrylic nails,” they wrote. “I’ve been using this product over lacquered nails twice a day for a week, and I can feel how much less flimsy they have become in that short period of time. I’m truly impressed.”

Although many shoppers acknowledged the positive effects of using the cream, a few reviewers mentioned the lotion’s seemingly strong “coconut and vanilla” scent. But even so, this did not appear to be a dealbreaker for other shoppers.

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