Review: Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter





If like me you have the horrible habit of biting your cuticles this product may become your knight in shining armour like it has for me, I may be in love...


I came across this cream in my closest Lush store about 6 months ago and I took a chance thinking I had nothing to lose in buying the Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter. My cuticles are always dry and then that leads to me picking them and sometimes I even make them bleed so when the Lush worker told me about this product and how moisturising it is, I envisioned beautiful cuticles I once had and got my hopes up and quite rightly. 

This cuticle butter has a thick texture of a cleansing balm and smells predominately of beeswax and lemon. I apply this as often as I can to make sure that my cuticles are always moisturised and it has really transformed my cuticles. They still get bad from time to time when I haven't been religious in applying the butter but then that is my fault entirely. This cuticle butter is not only for the cuticles, as most moisturisers, this can be used anywhere on your body just bare in mind that it is a butter and therefore is fairly greasy. I have used this as an intense hand cream in the winter and also if I haven't got any other moisturiser while out and about, I have just taken a little bit of the butter and applied to any dry patches that have appeared.

This little pot is already 6 months down the line and I haven't even used half of it as a little goes a very long way, especially if you are just using it for your cuticles. Well worth the money in my opinion!

Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter can be purchased here for £6.50

After this has finished, do you have any recommendations for cuticle rescuers?

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