I bought this based on the great reviews here and have been applying it about twice a day since and i must admit it doesn't appear to be making much of a visible difference to my cuticles, plus the smell is a bit funky. I don't think i'll be repurchasing, I'll either just stick to my qtica or try the poshe aha cream next.
I'm sad to say this didn't quite work for me. Cuticle removers weren't getting the job done (Blue Cross and CND Cuticle Remover) so I was excited to try this out after reading the reviews. What I was looking for in this product was the "no-cuticle" effect that my nail idols have (Scrangie, Lacquerized., etc.). Based on the product's name and everyone's reviews, I thought this would be a strong contender. However, after weeks of using Cuticle Eraser twice a day (once in the morning after I shower, and once at night before going to bed), I still had visible cuticles. The only time this worked for me was when I trimmed the cuticles on one of my fingers (Yes, just one. I promise!) and the Cuticle Eraser slowed down the cuticle growth on that one finger. Even though this barely worked for me, I will repurchase once my tube runs out because this does a damn good job at moisturizing my cuticles, and even more so when combined with Solar Oil.
Wow! I'm actually kicking myself for not buying this sooner. Its a brilliant product that I probably will continue to use for a very long time. My cuticles really weren't very pretty until I started to use this. It has quite an odd smell to it but its a good odd. The tube it comes in is as brilliant as the product its self as you dont end up wasting any product when squeezing it out of the tube. I decided to buy the bigger one and even that isnt as big as I thought it would be, so I'm glad I made that decision.
this stuff is pretty good. I feel like I have tried quite a few things for my disgusting cuticles...to no avail. This stuff, if used regularly (which is my problem), works well. It has a nice, light scent (the apricot oil, I believe), and if you can put aside some time to put this one, and just hand around not using your hands much, your cuticles will look better in the morning (or whenever you get up, for you 3rd shift folks).
It's maybe a little spendy for what you get, .5 oz. But, you don't need a lot when using it, and it has a small nozzle at the top for good quantity control. I believe I bought this at ULTA for around $10-12.
Based on the other reviews, this stuff might do the job but HOW DO YOU GET OVER THE SMELL! Sorry to be blunt, but to me, it smells like pee. Yuck! I will stick with Poshe which actually smells pleasant and fruity instead of having toilet hands.
Did I mention it's chuck full of about half a dozen different paraben ingredients. It's completely loaded with them!
Just like my face, my cuticles really do need AHA!
I've tried Burt's Bee's Lemon Butter Cream and CND's Solar Oil-- both products which I am quite satisfied with-- but what's missing really is the exfoliating factor of Cuticle Eraser. It really takes care of the white, gunky whatever stuff surrounding the cuticles; it's something a cuticle moisturizer can not just simply address. I also like the packaging, the tip of the tube is pointy and narrow, giving you real control where you want to put the cream and how much. Love, love, love this.
This is one of my nailcare HGs. It's a cream with AHAs that gently exfoliates and moisturizes the cuticle area. The directions say to apply it nightly, but I use it up to three times a day without any problems. For extra moisture, I apply CND Solar Oil over this during the day and a rich cuticle cream at night (right now I'm using LUSH Lemony Flutter) to keep my nails looking their very best.
I bought this to replace the tube of Poshe Cuticle Care I was finished using.
Let me first state outright that I love the fact that there are cuticle creams with AHA's, because without them I would be crying over my cuticles. I suffer from dry hands most of the time, and winter is unbearable if I don't happen to be carrying hand cream with me. I have even been know to stop at a drugstore just to get a small lotion or something just so my poor hands don't have to chap and bleed after hand washings.
So cuticle care is important to me, and this product does its job keeping them looking good tremendously well. I like it even better than Poshe's cuticle care cream. HG for me, and I like that it comes it a larger tube as well. I can't go without this for a day.
I am on my second tube of this stuff. I love it. A user on here says that they use it daily - it's safe to do, but it does seem a bit excessive.
Since using this stuff I no longer get hang nails, and my cuticles are all nice and neat. I DO NOT push my cuticles back. I just use this stuff, and it literally takes them and *erases* them. Love it.
Wow! I was a loyal user of Poshe cuticle care for some time. I finally tried Cuticle Eraser. On my first use, I had better success pushing back my cuticles than I ever had with Poshe. I don't mind the light scent. I like that it is available in a 49 gram (1.75 ounce) tube.This lasts me several months and I apply Cuticle Eraser several times per day. I have also used it on my 9 year old son's raw cuticles with hangnails. Daily use on him caused a major improvement and did not hurt or irritate his tender spots. I keepitnext to my computer to apply frequently while surfing. Enjoy!