Saturday 31 January 2015

Badger Cuticle Care

badger cuticle care review

You need to do something if your cuticles are stabbing you when you run your fingers over them. Having cuticles that can almost rip your tights worse than your nails can says that you are no long safe in public. Keep away the children, 'cause Jenn's cuticles will cut them up. Since that was the case and I might want to coo at a baby eventually, I had to break out my little tin of Badger Cuticle Care balm.

I'm slowly becoming less of a nail noob when it comes to nail care and one of the first things I bought to elevate my status was this cuticle balm. Purchased a while ago, this  must have been around or under $10 at Whole Foods. I don't think I would have paid more for anything to do with my cuticles.

badger cuticle care review

The balm melts nicely when warmed up and I rub it into my cuticles and nail bed area whenever my cuticles get worse than a gangster's shiv. This isn't too much the case now but I was definitely reaching for this a couple months ago and now still use it occasionally as upkeep. The lemongrass smelling balm will leave your fingertips a little greasy but the heavy duty ingredients of Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Caster Oil and Beeswax gives the instant results that are worth it. Mostly I just wipe my fingers a little on my pants and move on with my day. I never said I was glamorous (or sanitary).

badger cuticle care review

Though at one point, I never even knew a cuticle was a separate body part and that it could be cared for, I'm glad to have this tool in my toolkit for keep my fingers safe to hold hands with. Bring on the babies!

How do you take care of your cuticles?

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