Nail Butter is a luxury, all natural nail care treatment that was developed over 30 years ago to help battle the dry hands and nails of a dental hygienist. Nail Butter contains a blend of Lanolin, Beeswax, Oil of Mustard, Aloe Vera Extract, Grape Seed Oil, and Gardenia Oil.
Not only does Nail Butter have a lovely lemongrass scent, the product itself melts into your skin right away. It’s also available in gardenia scent.
Housed in an elegant glass jar, you’ll find a little nail butter goes a long way and can also be used on your hands, elbows, heels, and any area of your skin that needs some major TLC.
By and far, the best thing I have done for my nails was to start using cuticle creams. I went from a life of constantly battling raggedy hangnails to feeling confident about my hands, which is a huge plus when it comes to blogging about nail products and photographing nail color swatches.
It does take diligence and commitment to apply cuticle cream, but the results are infinitely worth while. It’s not just my cuticles that are improved, but my nails are also looking their best. Needless to say, I’ve become a connoisseur of cuticle creams. So, how does Nail Butter ($24) stack up next two other favorites: Burt’s Bees Lemon Cuticle Cream ($6) and Lush Lemony Flutter ($16.95)?
Burt’s Bees Lemon Cuticle Butter is the treatment that got me on the path to improved cuticles in the first place. It is a great product and I’ll always have a tin in my purse at all times. Lush Lemony Flutter came into my life more recently, and it took my cuticle game to a whole other level of moisture. It’s really great! Then came Nail Butter, which is the pinnacle of cuticle treatments. It’s fantastic!
While there is nothing negative I can say about my other two cuticle must haves, I have to say Nail Butter offers a rich cuticle and nail treatment that will leave your hands looking their best.
My Final Thoughts: Nail Butter is infinitely soothing and smoothing and has become my constant go-to cuticle cream. While it’s definitely a bit more pricey than the cuticle butters from Burt’s Bees and Lush, it’s definitely a great value and worth checking out. Your nails and cuticles will thank you.
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