It soften dry damaged cuticles, smells great, very fresh lemon scent, but I am not a fan of the tin as the product gets under my nails, and it is very greasy and takes quite long to soak in.
I would repurchase as I can get over the grease factor, but I find the results don't last as long as I would like. Sometimes I find myself reapplying a few timesa day.
And at the price it comes at, and the tiny tin, this isn't very economical.
I decided to give this a try since it seemed to have so many glowing reviews. It smells amazing like lemon italian ices. The texture is a little gritty and waxy. I didn't find this to absorb quickly(my bigest issue with this product). Overall this was hydrating but not as much as my sephora opi cuticle oil (certainly much cheaper though). I also didn't care for packaging tubs or tins of products always seem a little unsanitary to me.
- Smells amazing (like lemon italian ices)
-Price at ~ $6 very reasonable
- Packaging is purse friendly (small round tin)
- lot of product in little tin
- Slow absorbing (compared to other creams and oils)
I work part time in an office (I am a college student) and I file tons of paperwork. as a result I have really beat up cuticles, they peel and they get dry. I love this because it has made them noticeably more healthy looking. The downside is the greasy-ness, which I expected but it is still not fun to put little smudgy finger prints on everything after you use this product lol. also, sometimes I have a hard time getting the lid off.
Nice lemony smell, a sort of gritty texture, in a solid balm that feels halfway waxy like a lip balm then a lot like Vaseline once it warms up.
Did it do anything special for my nails or cuticles? No not at all. It does moisturize but so does my hand cream, and my hand cream is quicker for me to reach for and apply.
Pulling the lid off the tin is enough to chip my nails at times. Not so easy. Tight fit. Which means it won't accidently come undone in a purse perhaps, but I don't keep it there.
The smell is heavenly. Lemon cake for sure. So nice wafting up as I butter up my nails. But as time went by, I realized this wasn't doing anything my regular hand cream did, so why bother?
I later found that the Avon nail stuff Nail Experts Length and Strength complex actually did help my fragile peely nails. (flaky as pastry!) This stuff never helped with my nail problems.
But sure smelled good. I haven't thrown it out yet, because it's nice to keep the tin handy by the tv remote control in case I feel like dabbing a little on. But I won't buy it again. And I won't use it if I've got polish on, due to the lid problem.
I use this everytime I give myself a manicure to push my cuticles back. It smells just like lemons and it has such a creamy and buttery texture you know it's great for your cuticles. It's not greasy and it feels so hydrating, like a body butter. It's amazing!
I've used this daily for years. I can definitely tell a difference if I skip a couple of days. I will continue purchasing this over and over.
I love the smell of this but I really didn't think it worked that great. I used it daily for almost a week and my cuticles really seemed about the same. I went back to using EVOO and it works much better. Too bad though because I really loved the scent.
A nice product ,like the lemony scent. Moisturized my cuticles but hated to fight the package to open it. plus it's pretty pricey for a cuticle cream I prefer ones that come in pen applicator. I need something more creamy.
I got this in a set super cheap (it was about $1 for each product) and wanted to try it but didn't want to shell out the dough. I like it for my cuticles and hands and sometimes as a lip balm, although it can sometimes be too greasy. Overall I like it and might repurchase if I can't find something better.
I love this product. It smells delicious and really works. I get dry cuticles and this cream works wonders.