Burt’s Bees - Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme
Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme
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Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream is 95 per cent natural and provides intensive care for dry cuticles, brittle nails and chapped, cracked fingertips. Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream contains sweet almond oil, cocoa butter and lemon oil to moisturise the cuticles and leave them soft and healthy. Vitamin E and rosemary leaf oil help condition the skin assist with its repair while beeswax helps to seal in moisture, protecting the cuticles and nails from drying out. It has a wonderfully refreshing lemon scent. The steel container is recyclable.
To use, massage into and around nails at least twice a day.
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Rating: Apr 21, 2015 11:39am
Nice product, smells gorgeous
I was given a small tin of this that lasted me ages even though I was using it almost every evening. I really enjoyed massaging this solid wax into my cuticles and really loved the lemon scent.
For work I am forever putting my hands in hot soapy water so my nails and cuticles are a bit of a mess this would add some much needed moisture
Rating: Apr 15, 2015 11:58am
My nails are not the greatest unfortunately, and my cuticles are extremely dry and cracked. When I tried Burt's Bees Lemon Butter cuticle creme it didn't seem to give the results quickly. (a couple of nights in a row)
If paired with an at home manicure and then used definitely delivered great results. The fragrance is just lively and zesty.
Highly recommend but for best results make sure you give yourself a manicure before hand and then use as after care consecutively after along with a great hand cream.
Rating: Apr 7, 2015 12:31pm
This is so moisturising. I apply this once or twice daily, as well as after removing nail polish or buffing my nails to add the moisture back in.
It smells like a lemon tart, sooo good.
I have had this for more than a year, and I haven't hit pan yet. It lasts FOREVER.
I'd definitely recommend and would repurchase!
Rating: Apr 2, 2015 9:41pm
Best cuticle cream I have EVER used. The scent to it is just delightful and I love how after continuous use it has repaired my ripped cuticles and prevented them from getting infected. Just Perfect.
Make sure to rub into the cuticle until absorbed other wise it can leave a little residue behind and trust me, if you plan on eating afterwards, does not taste the best. Smells the best, but does not taste the best :)
repairing damaged cuticles and to revitalise them.
Rating: Mar 16, 2015 6:28pm
This Product is a good product and i use it every time i paint my nails and every night before i go to bed i put it on good product
Rating: Mar 12, 2015 2:47pm
I received this in a Priceline beauty bag and I'm annoyed that I never bought it before then! This little tin of goodness is a nail saver that also smells amazing (just like lemon butter!).
It is a hard product that melts as you rub your fingertip on it and absorbs very easily into your cuticles and the surrounding skin. It keeps my nails healthy and looking smooth as well as keeping my cuticles soft. It only takes a minute to massage this onto all of my fingers but that minute makes a big difference. At little bit goes a long way and I can see this tin easily lasting me the rest of the year.
If you want healthy nails you need to try this product!
Rating: Mar 7, 2015 9:14pm
Cute Convenient Packaging, Great Product!
I received a tin of Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme in a Priceline skin care Goody bag a while ago and I absolutely love it. I have since bought a couple more tins.
I would however call it a cuticle balm as opposed to a creme as it comes as a waxy solid in a cute little retro style tin.
It's very easy to apply and leaves my cuticles soft and well conditioned.
It has a refreshing and zesty lemon smell which I love.
I now keep a tin at work, one at home and one in my handbag, so no matter where I am, when I have a spare minute I can treat my cuticles.
Rating: Feb 22, 2015 9:47pm
Ill admit I never thought I needed a cuticle butter or even thought it had any benefits til I tried this! Sinks into your skin with its almost edibly good lemon scent and instantly cuticles vanish and the skin around them is rich and hydrated! I now use this product every night!
Rating: Feb 15, 2015 8:03pm
Last ages, not messy
I bought the smaller size for half the price which came with one of their lip balms. I figured it was a good way to try out to see whether I liked it. I find it amazing because it's in solid form so you are less likely to apply too much product which is usually the case for me when using a cuticle oil.
Very nourishing and compact having not to worry about possible spillage in my handbag. I've had this for one and a half years and still haven't hit pan and I've got 8.5g size!
Another thing is I've never really taken a liking to the smell of lemon but since using this product I really love the scent!
I love working this product into my cuticles and never seem to waste it.
Work it into your cuticles because heating up the product with your fingers make for a more effective application
Someone who wants an easy product for nourishing their cuticles. Compact and in solid form
Rating: Feb 12, 2015 2:55am
Pop it in your handbag & it will remind you to use it!
It's got a smell good enough to eat- like lemon slice. It's consistency is the perfect balance b/w not too oily and beautifully moisturing. The residue doesn't stick around longer than needed or get on your keypad/mobile/etc. It soothes dry cuticles and dehydrated nails and nail beds.
Don't leave it in the car as it will melt into a liquid mess :)
Use sparingly, a little on your index finger will do all your nails on the other hand, then swap over and use the other index finger to do the other hand. A little will go a long way and frequent use should sort out those scrappy cuticles.
The cute lil tin seems purpose made to be able to be popped in your bag. This allows me to moisturise on the go, and prompts me to actually remember to tend to my dry nails and cuticles.