Nail Life Cuticle Remover
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  • I really love a freshly manicured hand but unfortanutely I don't want to spend the money to get manicures as often as I would need them, with my bad cuticles
  • I was pretty skeptical that a product could remove my cuticles but I was willing to try anything and since I have had a good experience with the brand, I wanted to give it a try
  • I like the smell of this but some people may find it too mediciney beacuse of the tea tree oil in it

    • by mszanh
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      I absolutely hate my cuticles! They get so dry and I have so many of them, that even weekly manicures don’t cut it. I really love a freshly manicured hand but unfortanutely I don’t want to spend the money to get manicures as often as I would need them, with my bad cuticles.

      I have used Nail Life before and they have a line of about 5 different nail “treatments” I usually just use their revitalizer which


      is a nail strengthener but when I was recently at the beauty supply store, I saw this cuticle remover and I was really tempted to try it.

      It has jojoba oil and tea tree oil, two of my favorite oils in it, which I don’t ever see used together in products! I was pretty skeptical that a product could “remove” my cuticles but I was willing to try anything and since I have had a good experience ...


      • with the brand, I wanted to give it a try.

        It’s pretty expensive, about $8 for a one ounce bottle but considering how long it lasts, the price isn’t too bad.

        I like the smell of this but some people may find it too “mediciney” beacuse of the tea tree oil in it.

        I think it smells very “clean” and fresh.

        When you apply this, it instantly diminshes the appearance of your cuticles and moisturizes them.

        Unfortanutely

        I don’t really think it removes them, as it claims.

        But it does hydrate them, giving the look of no cuticles.

        I like to apply this at night before bed then massage it in and when done daily I am able to maintian healthy looking cuticles! This beats going to the salon and paying 15 dollars a week for a manicure that only lasts a couple days, tops.

        This is a good alternative to manicures, also quick and easy to use!




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