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Homemade Cuticle Softeners

Keeping your cuticles well groomed can help you feel good about yourself and your appearance. This is a guide about homemade cuticle softeners.
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December 22, 2016

I have found that Vaseline works better than anything on my cuticles. My cuticles get all dried out in the heat of our house and I keep the house very warm. I put it on my cuticles at night and rub in very well. It does a good job for me, my hands are always in water all day as well. ;)

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April 17, 2012

What is good to use to soften and remove cuticles?
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April 19, 20120 found this helpful

Wash the dishes without gloves, then attend to your cuticles using an orange stick and a sharp pair of clippers to cut the bits to be removed. Never tear or bite off cuticle, that will leave an ugly mess.

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There are expensive creams and other products out there that you can blow a lot of money on, but simply attending to your cuticles after washing you or the dishes is the best and least expensive way to keep cuticles in line.

Follow up with a bit of an inexpensive hand lotion, and you'll have lovely nails and hands.

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April 21, 20120 found this helpful

Massage Vaseline into your hands and nail. I do it while watching TV. The cuticle softens after a little while.

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