Manicure Necessities: Take the best care of your cuticles

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Today is time for the third part of Manicure Necessities series: the cuticles favorites.

For a manicure to look at its best you must take care of the cuticles as well.
I think that the best way to do that is making sure your hands are hydrated and to try and not cut your cuticles.

The last part it’s not something I can do myself (you can see why not on my “About me page” [link]). However, I do try to cut as rarely as possible.
That is why in this photo you see only the Sally Hansen Cuticle Remover and a bamboo stick. I don’t cut them regularly.

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Sometimes more than a month passes by and I only use the Sally Hansen Cuticle Remover. It does a great job and I don’t regret buying.
It isn’t what you’d call budget friendly but if you want to avoid cutting your cuticles it’s a must.

As far as the bamboo stick is concerned I use its sharp end to push the cuticle and the oblique one to remove the dead skin after I let the cuticle remover gel do its thing for about 1 minute.

Do you cut your cuticles or you simply push them back? If you cut them how often do you that? Did you try the Sally Hansen Cuticle Remover? Did you like it?

This post is part of a series of several posts with what I consider to be Manicure Necessities. You can find links to the rest of the posts there were published here.

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3 thoughts on “Manicure Necessities: Take the best care of your cuticles

  1. My nail lady always gives me such a hard time about my cuticles when I come – I keep meaning to at least start using a cuticle oil but that hasn’t happened thus far… Thanks for sharing, maybe it will kick my butt into gear 😉

    Britt |

    1. A cuticle oil is nice and easy to use. Try the essence one. It has a very handy applicator that makes it mess-free.

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