The Next Best Thing In Nail Care

The next best thing in nail care

Just as the warm weather brings the need for a new haircut, an added burst of colour in your wardrobe and the conditioning and protection of your skin, your nails will need a bit of extra care too. And when it comes to kicking your work week off right, a gorgeous manicure (and a large coffee) can cure any case of Mondays…

After the cold harsh winter, you may find that your nails are weak and crack easily. While many nail products such as Shellac may dry them out even further, Bio Sculpture has created an innovative range of gels, which actually help to hydrate and nourish them.

Founded and created in South Africa by Elmien Scholtz, Bio Sculpture Gel is both strong and long lasting, whilst still being flexible. It protects and conditions the nail underneath and also provides a glossy chip-free finish for up to three weeks, meaning that it’s perfect for at the office or a summer getaway.

Bio Sculpture Gel

Here at YCB, we NEVER need an excuse to get a mani/pedi…but we had to cancel two meetings last week only to run over to Brandnation, located near London Bridge, to try this salon treatment, infused with vitamins and essential oils to promote healthy nail growth. Now available in 30 countries worldwide, Bio Sculpture Gel is set to be the next best thing in nail care and beauty.

As well as being great for your nails, the gel makes them look incredible too, with a new range of bright and bold tints for the spring/summer season. Inspired by the colourful celebrations of Brazil and Cuba, the new Carnival Collection, which includes shades such as Favela Sunrise, Samba Your Socks Off, Ipanema Sunset and Havana Nights, is perfect for that summer festival or to match your new holiday outfit. Because the gel is durable too, it’ll last the whole of your summer break and still look flawless when you come back to work afterwards.

We love the bright watermelon shade of Favela Sunrise, giving you that instant tropical carnival feel, whether at home or away. However, with 150 colours in total, you’re bound to find one that suits you, either bold and beautiful or soft and chic.

For more info and to try Bio Sculpture for yourself, please visit