Lush Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter is a cream that's meant to moisturize rough, dry cuticles. I've tried a variety of things to clean up my cuticles, and Lemony Flutter is by far the best.
Here's what the Lush site has to say about it:
Lemony Flutter does for your cuticles what lemonade does for your thirst on hot summer days: it provides instant relief. Lemon infusion, shea butter, avocados and mangos make it tempting enough to eat but it's really meant for your cuticles, and anywhere else that's in need of some heavy duty softening and moisturizing - like elbows, heels and knees.
Here's what I have to say:
I'm the mother of a five-year-old boy, so I'm constantly cleaning up messes and having to wash my hands. All that handwashing gets rid of germs and dirt, but is hard on my hands. I've tried various scrubs and oils and products meant to improve the condition of my cuticles, and nothing has worked as well as Lemony Flutter. At $12.50 for 1.5 ounces, the price may seem a bit steep, especially compared to things you might find at Wal-Mart or Target or wherever you're shopping. But that 1.5 ounces lasts a long time, and it's worth every penny. It's a firm cream that goes on with a slightly oily feel, but then sinks into your skin leaving your cuticles softened. The smell is somewhat lemony with a note to it that I can't identify - it doesn't smell quite as nice as, say, the Burt's Bees lemon butter cuticle cream, but it works a lot better. If I remember to use it every day, my cuticles stay nice and soft. I like it so much, I've decanted a little bit into a small jar to carry with me at all times.
If your cuticles are giving you fits and are rough and ragged, try Lemony Flutter. It will shape them up in no time!