#BeautyReview: Mavala Cuticle Oil

Happy Beauty Tuesday! I’m back with another beauty review this is another product from Mavala, this beauty product is a cuticle oil which I am extremely happy to test out because my skin gets extremely dry during the fall months and my hands and cuticles tend to get very dry and irritated. Keep reading for all the deets.

#beautyreview: mavala cuticle oil

Description: Cuticles tend to harden and split when they do not receive daily care. In addition, damaged cuticles give a neglected appearance to nails and nice hands look dull. Mavala’s Cuticle Oil maintains cuticles suppleness. Softens the skin around the nail enabling it to be rolled gently back. Provides a well-groomed contour to the nails. Does not spoil the manicure.

Directions:Β Apply to the nail contour. Massage cuticles with a firm rotating motion towards the heart and allow it to penetrate. Best when used daily at bedtime, to allow the product to act during the night . Remove traces of cuticle cream on nails before continuing with manicure to allow base coat and nail polish to adhere. Once a week, or when doing your manicure, push back cuticles after applying cuticle removers, with a small manicure stick wrapped in cotton.

Price:Β $16.50

Pros:

  • Easy to use
  • Gentle
  • Effective
  • Long lasting

Cons:

  • None

I keep this cuticle oil on my nightstand and I apply this to my cuticles and massage it in. While I am in bed, I like this oil and I have been impressed with the results. My cuticles look and feel better. I will continue to use this product and I definitely recommend this product to all of you.

Are you currently using a cuticle oil? Let me know in the comments.

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