Friday, 11 October 2013

Jessica Nourish Cuticle Formula - Review


It's been a while since I've used a decent cuticle formula and now I've started a full time placement I'm unable to wear nail polish all the time so it's really important that I keep my nails in tip top condition. Every couple of days I like to give my nails a good pampering session as using alcohol gel regularly at work means I quite often develop dry and brittle nails that need some attention and this cuticle formula is great to sort that out.




Designed using a blend of antioxidant vitamins and healing agents it provides moisture and all  day hydration which nourishes and soothes the nail and cuticle. It's really nice to apply and not overly greasy as some cuticle formula's can be, it also smells amazing, kind of like baby powder. I use it sparingly as a little goes a long way. I massage it into the cuticles and into the nail bed, this then stimulates circulation within the nail and promotes nail growth. It leaves the cuticle feeling lovely and soft and the nails feeling in a good condition. My nails feel in a much better condition since I've been using the cuticle formula and I would recommend it if you need to give your nails some TLC.



You can purchase the Jessica nourish cuticle formula from TS Beauty Shop and prices start from £13.65.

Has anyone used this cuticle formula before?
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*Please note this is a PR sample that I was kindly sent to review but the thoughts and opinions are that of my own.

12 comments:

  1. This is a good idea I never use anything on my cuticles but I do have really weak nails.

    Sophie
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    www.pocockins.co.uk

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    1. It's lovely Sophie, it does feel really nourishing X

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  2. ive never used any cuticle products. maybe i should especially since i change my nail polish often

    yukluistyle

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    1. I've found it's made a massive difference in the condition of my cuticles X

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  3. Oooh I think I may need to get something like this, especially with the change in weather my nails often become dry and brittle during winter, thanks so much for sharing :)

    Laura x

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    1. Thanks Laura and you're welcome :-) x

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  4. I might have to try this! I have used oils, but I don't like how they end up covering most of my hands by the time you dab on each finger! Will give this a go, well add it to my ever growing 'need to try this as I read it on a blog' list.

    Have a great weekend, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Haha yes I know what you mean! This is really simple to use and feels so conditioning, it's lovely. X

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  5. Cute blog, I'm now following :)

    Kimberley x

    www.kimberleysbeautyblog.com

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    1. Awww thanks Kimberley and welcome :-) x

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