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Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream

I've lost count of the number of intro paragraphs I started writing for this post. Maybe half a dozen? I can't seem to make any headway because cuticle cream is at its core extremely boring. Who talks about cuticle cream? It's not glamorous. It's something maybe more mature people would appreciate using. Lately however, I'm really liking the Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream since it smells so nice and it resuscitates my dying cuticles! 



I honestly did not care about my cuticles until only recently, when I noticed they looked so flaky and dry. I'm at an age when hand cream isn't enough to keep them from being dehydrated. So here we are. This Burt's Bees wonder smells like lemons and locks in the moisture at the tips of my fingers effectively, and is so therapeutic as I massage it on my nail bed.


I'm dignified enough not to post before pics of my cuticles, so here's one after a few days of using this Burt's Bees wonder:


Ta-dah! Hello there, moist and plump cuticles! I apply the balm/salve (it doesn't look like a cream really) twice a day, usually when I'm bored and/or not doing much. I have two tins - one in my bag and another on my desk so I don't forget to rub it on.

The balm is not too sticky or oily. It dries up after half an hour or so, but it doesn't disturb my routine all that much since I don't get any balm on the pads of my fingers. I just tissue it off when I do.


Overall, the Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream is a great supplement to your existing moisturizing routine. It works at giving cuticles a second chance in life, plus it smells invigorating due to the citrus fragrance. Rub it on the back of your feet and elbows if they feel flaky too!

Do you use anything on your cuticles at the moment? Or am I just a late bloomer?


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