The best aspect of the lemon cuticle cream is the smell - a wonderfully rich lemony aroma. Other than that, it's a nice waxy-oily product in a tin that does work nice on cuticles. For the winter time, I used to take it along with me to work -- and when I would get a chapped or reddened part of my hands (i.e. on the knuckles, between the fingers, etc.) I'd swipe some of this stuff from the tin with my finger then massage it into my hands - and it worked great! But be forewarned -- if you use this wonderfully lemony-smelling stuff, people will catch you sniffing your hands and cuticles throughout the day! *hehehehe* :-)
I have very dry and raggedy cuticles and this is the only cuticle cream that really leaves my nails nice looking. It's a little greasy at first but it sinks in quickly. I love the lemony smell. A definate staple in my makeup bag!
I love this stuff too. I could see a remarkable difference in not only my cuticles, but also the surface of my nails. This is really moisturizing. Though it has a lemon scent reminiscent of Pledge, it is a great value for the price and smells better than some other cuticle products. A must for the desk drawer.
I would use Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream just because it smells so good. On top of the delicious scent, it really does seem to soften my cuticles. If you use a cuticle cream at all, make it a very pleasant experience by using this one.
The first day I used this stuff my fingers showed a world of difference, the only problem I had was opening it so I rubbed a little of the cream on the rim and had no trouble after that,,,the smell is good and works great!
This yummy smelling cuticle cream is wonderful for dry spots on fingers and toes. Since it is so concentrated, a dab will do ya!