More winter warriors in an unlikely companion – gelish nourish cuticle oil (I don’t use Gelish nail polish because I don’t like the sound of a polish that stays on nails for 21 days, but that’s a story for another day).
Anyway, now that winter is truly here, my skin is dry, dry, dry. And my cuticles are more of a mess than they are normally. I’ve tried all sorts of moisturisers but nothing seems to help, and none of my oils are in an easy dispensable bottle so a cuticle oil is this lazy girl’s solution to dry cuticles.
And what better than a super strength one from Gelish (not one I purchased but was given in a gift bag at a beauty event). It is designed to feed and nourish cuticles whose nails have been subjected to 21 days of a polish staying glued to it. This oil is simply fantastic. It is a blend of grapeseed, kukui nut, and sesame oils with vitamin E, and has worked wonders with my fraying and dry cuticles.
It’s not easy to find online, and I’ve spotted 15ml bottles retailing from £4.99 to £7.99. Hunt around for one because it is actually worth it in these cold winter months.
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, however I did receive a sample to try. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.