Cuticle Creams for a Perfect Mani
Bye, bye cuticles! Hello, perfect nails! 💅🏽
Getting your nails done in the salon every week can quickly add up. That's why Influensters like to have the right tools to create a perfect manicure from the comfort of their home. While having long-lasting polishes is key for a extending the life of your fingernails, so is taking care of your cuticles. From lotions to oils, these are the best cuticle products to repair and maintain your cuticles in top shape.
Are you a fan of cuticle creams? If so, which product is in your beauty arsenal?
What I do not like is trying to get the evil container, that his wonderful cream resides in, open. I have to slowly dig my nails under it and pry it open, one side at a time. A real pain. It is work to get it open. And if you think running to the spouse or someone else to open it-forget it. Smaller hands with nails actually do better. My husband couldn't get it open at all! It is a real drawback and if the product wasn't so amazingly effective it would not be worth it. But the cream is fantastic and has made a huge impact on my nail area. Less dryness, no peeling, smooth to the touch. Love that! ...read more
The texture is soft and creamy and leaves nails looking shiny, moisturized, and super healthy. The lemon scent is very mild as well, and not overpowering at all.
After having a shower and before bed, I normally moisturize my feet, and then work in some of this product around my cuticles on my toes before putting on socks.
I’ve noticed a marked improvement not only in my cuticles, but in how hydrated my fingers and toes look around the nail bed. Such a small effort goes a long way with this one! Will definitely be buying again. ...read more
I used to use another Sally Hansen cuticle remover that came in a squeeze tube but decided to try this one this time, and I am not disappointed. I don't find that it damages my cuticles (of course don't use too much at once and don't leave on for an excessive amount of time if you have problem nails). I put a thin strip of it around my entire cuticle, let it sit for 1-2 minutes then push it back.
For the size of the bottle and amount used each time, I see it lasting a long while! ...read more