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essie Apricot Cuticle Oil
4.43 / 5 based on 2,151 Reviews
Natural oils provide nourishing moisture for smoother, softer, more supple cuticles. instantly refreshes and revitalizes. pretty handy!
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- "It is super moisturizing, and smells great, but my problem with the essie line is that i don't think there polishes and nail care items are worth the price." in 9 reviews
- "smells amazing, works great, A little goes A long way, worth the purchase, I used A free sample in A small package forever." in 6 reviews
- "I really love this product, and I simply can't live without it now.I massage it into my nails and cuticles once every day (sometimes I have time to do it twice), it takes about 10 minuttes." in 5 reviews
- "It does leave your cuticles looking nice and moisturized for the next few hours but if i haven't applied it in a day, my cuticles look the same as they were before I applied it." in 5 reviews
I love essie products as well my only complaint with us he is the small brush and you can’t get it all covered and one brush stroke but this is about the cuticle oil so does cuticle oil smells good and it does wonders I have real bad hangnails because I can’t leave my fingers along with driving and like to pick into and the stuff fixes whatever I’ve messed up throughout the day so I put a code on every night and go to sleep a day and wake up the next morning and they’re perfect
If you want your manicure to last you must finish with a good top coat. This one is really excellent. All polish gets thicker after several uses, so just buy polish thinner and add a few drops to your polishes when it seems too thick, and shake. DO NOT use polish remover to thin your polish, it ruins the polish because of the different additives. You can buy polish thinner usually wherever you buy polish and it's really inexpensive. Then you can use all of the polish in the bottle and it will always have the same texture as when you first opened it! essie Apricot Cuticle Oil
I would be lost without ESSIE APRICOT CUTICLE OIL! Before I started using this product a year ago I had the worst looking cuticles and I was so embarrassed for anyone to see my fingers ever after a manicure. I've had professional manicures for years and have never had the results I have had since using ESSIE Apricot Cuticle Oil. ESSIE doesn't leave my fingers feeling greasy and it soaks into my cuticles right away. Plus, the Apricot smell is wonderful. I put ESSIE Apricot Cuticle Oil on every night before I go to bed and when I wake up in the morning I have beautiful fingers. Thank you, ESSIE!
Ahhh Essie.. you never let me down.. you do with your prices..but never your product. Ok I know I sound like the cheapest Beauty person in the world. But if your gonna sell at cvs or walmart.. go cheaper than 10bucks for a bottle. Thats all I ask. Ok back to Apricot. Great cuticle oil. Smells good and works good. I use it all the time. I even take it to salon with me. I had a bad habit of chewing my cuticles and I dont do it anymore thanks to Essie Cuticle Oil, Apricot. I give a hand clap!! Thank you essie.
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By far one of the best cuticle oils I’ve used. It does wonders for my dry, cracked cuticles. It doesn’t leave any type of oily residue, and smells pretty nice. For the price it’s a total win! I’ll definitely keep using this.
Affordable, gentle on the nail, actually works. Pros: cheap and effective. Cons: I have trouble finding it at drugstores. Applies evenly, it isn't thick or sticky. I would definitely buy it again, overall, highly recommend!
This cuticle oil is ok, it gets the job done but there is nothing special about it. It does leave my skin a little greasy so I normally have to lotion my hands a bit after I use it so I don’t get oil spot everywhere. The application is easy and it’s not very expensive. However, I think there are other affordable cuticle oils on the market that would work and feel a little bit better.
Essie is one of the few brands that I use for my nails. I just started using cuticle oil about a year ago and I purchased this when Essie products were on sale at Ulta. I haven’t really had any issues with my cuticles lately and I really give all of the credit to this product. I used to constantly have bad cuticles but I haven’t even thought about them in so long until this snap. lol
This is my favorite cuticle oil, I personally have very dry cuticles and this helps me a lot, and it also helps my nails grow a lot, and I love that about it because I have long nail but they break a lot but since I started using this I started to see the difference
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Thinking of buying this cuticle oil. In your opinion, how does it compare to what they use when you get a manicure/pedicure in a salon? Better or equal quality? Hoping to find something similar to what they use.
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