Manicare Cuticle Care Review: Cuticle Remover and Cuticle Therapy

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The colder months are never very kind to my nails, and we’re heading straight into hand nail and ouchy torn cuticle season. This year I’ve decided my fingers (and toes) deserved a little bit of TLC so when I received the press release for the Manicare Cuticle Therapy and Cuticle Remover I thought it would be a great thing to test drive.

I’ve been diligently using the Manicare Cuticle Therapy (which is basically a cuticle oil) twice a day for the past few weeks. It’s fast absorbing, and once massaged into the nail area my cuticles has the immediate effect of giving me ‘nail blogger cuticles‘. I like that.

The Cuticle Remover I’ve been using mostly for my pedicures- ┬ámy toe cuticles are really hard to push back and this helps soften them (there’s really no elegant way of phrasing that is there?). From what I’ve read, the active ingredient in this product is sodium hydroxide which breaks down dead skin- I assume that different cuticle remover products will have different concentrations of NaOH and therefore different efficacies. The Manicare Cuticle Remover is on the milder side and softens cuticles rather than dissolving or ‘removing’.

 

Keep reading after the jump!

 

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How to use:

Cuticle Therapy

Generously apply on and around the cuticle area including under the nail. Massage over the nail bed and cuticle. Can be used daily

Cuticle Remover

Generously apply on and around the cuticle area. Wait 1-2 minutes before gently easing back cuticles with a cuticle stick. Rinse with warm water.

 

Ingredients:

Cuticle remover

Aqua, Glycerin, Styrene/PVP Colymer, Carbomer, Chlorphenesin, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Hydroxide, Methylparaben, Butylparaben, Ethylparaben, Isobutylparaben, Propylparaben, CI 19140, CI 14700, CI 42053

Cuticle therapy

Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Germ) Oil, Parfum, Aloe Barbadensis Extract, Coco Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Paraffinum Liquidum

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Posted by on May 27th, 2013 in Nail Polish, Reviews, Skincare | 1 comment

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