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Sally Hansens Vitamin Nail Cuticle Oil: A No No

Reviewing: Sally Hansen Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil  |  Rating:
By lili-bunny on
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As I said before, I´m all about experimenting and I can´t resist something new, so when I saw Sally Hansen´s Vitamin oil I thought "why not"?

And I guess my thought was really stupid because there was nothing outstanding about it, in fact I just didn´t like it. Fisrt of all who said cuticles need vitamins? Come on you need them, your baby needs them and even your dog needs vitamins, but cuticles? I don´t think so.

The idea of pampering your nails and cuticles with vitamin E seems pretty cool and fancy, like a day in the SPA right? But there´s really nothing cool or fancy about this oily stuff, in fact it is really messy and duh, oily! Neither your nails or your cuticles can absorb that much oil, and you´ll end up having to wash your hands and washing off all thet oily stuff for which you payed 6 dollars for! So wouldn´t you be better off by not buying it at all? Definitely.

PROS:

* The cuticles do get softer and easier to remove, but you can do that with warm water. It´s free.

CONS:

* it´s way too oily and messy.

* i couln´t tell any improvement at all in my nails or cuticles.

* the lid came off the second time I used it, and I couln´t put it back or do anything really with oil all over my hands.