Saturday, July 19, 2014

{Review} LUSH Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter

So I recently got a new pot of my favorite cuticle butter from LUSH. I thought it's a good time to share my thoughts here on the blog. I may not have the most beautiful cuticles/nails, but this Lemony Flutter cuticle butter makes them their best possible. I should have named it my obsession instead of review. This cuticle butter seriously is da BEST, people! This is it! It's something I can't live without. 

It looks like butter, and feels like butter! This cuticle cream is very thick, the texture is soft and super easy to work with and the smell....omg so good! It's a million times better than Burt's Bees' Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream in my opinion. (>>> I know a lot of people love it, but it just never work for my stubborn cuticles XD) 

How I use this cuticle butter: I usually apply a little on the cuticles and a little on my hands (yes I double it as a hand cream because it makes my hands so soft and smells so nice) and I just rub this cream into my skin. It takes a while to absorb - I would say around 10-15 minutes depends on how much products you put on your cuticles/skin. But really, you only need the tiniest amount each time. It's very effective at softening and moisturizing dry/rough skin and it's super long lasting.

Since this cuticle butter is so thick and rich, it's best used as a night time treatment. But I use it all the time and many times during a day - I use it in the morning, when I'm browsing the internet, after I take off my nail colors with nail polish remover, after I'm done cooking, when I'm outside, and of course, I use it before I go to bed. Yep, that's how much I love this cuticle butter. 

And here is the exciting list of fresh and nutritious ingredients for you folks who want to know more in that department. 

You may say this is a pricey cuticle butter, but if you do some calculations and comparisons on the price per oz/g, it's actually not that expensive because you get a huge pot ($16.95, 1.5 oz/45 g), almost 3 times more than a Burt's Bees' cuticle cream (around $6, 0.6 oz / 17g). 

Overall, I love everything about this cuticle cream, I couldn't find any cons. It's so amazing and I wish I know and use this beauty a lot earlier in my life. 

Lush Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter retail for $16.95 and can be found in stores and online.  

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