Manicure Mondays : Maybelline Dr.Rescue CC Base

Hello 🙂

Here we are any with another Manicure Monday post, another review style post today. Again, this is another product that has been in use for a while now but not blogged about- I think because it’s such a great basic!

So today we have: Maybelline Dr.Rescue CC Nail Base


The Dr Rescue nail range from Maybelline was released last Autumn time here in the UK. The range included 3 polishes and 3 treatments. This CC Base claims to ‘colour correct and instantly conceal and whiten all in one step. Providing the perfect base for longer-lasting nail colour.’ Especially when using lighter shades a white undercoat makes a great difference.

Once nails were prepped and filed I applied a layer of this CC polish. It appears light pink in colour which transfers very light on the nail. I would say that it whiten’s the nails and evens out the natural nail colour. Much like the light pink / light peach shade you would find in a french manicure set.


Having used this base polish for a few months now I really do like it. It makes my polish last really well and it great under lighter shades. Even if if was used on its own it gives a more polished look to your nails.

I may have to investigate some of the other polishes in the Dr Rescue range. Hopefully they shall keep this range up and running!

If you can find this in Superdrug / Boots it’s well worth picked up, for £2.99 it won’t break the bank!

Please let me know your thoughts and/or blog posts on this polish below. Plus if you have tried anything else from the Dr Rescue range!

Thank You So Much For Reading 🙂


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