A fresh-smelling savior for dry and painful cuticles! pling thinks….that Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream is a travel must-have. I’ve recommended this to so many of my friends, or given them as gifts to pamper those hardworking hands. There is always 1 canister of this in my bag – be it traveling or at home.
Are you one of those people who suffer painful, dry and peeling cuticles when you travel? I’m one and I understand the pain. Crafting, detergents, air-conditioning and travel might have all contributed to this eventual state. On the plane, the dry cabin air always get them started. And when I touch down at my destination, they would have started to get those red and sore feeling. Enriched with Vitamin E and 100% natural, a quick rub of this cuticle cream smooths, moisturizes and comforts those naughty cuticles – instantly. And it has no oily after-feel.
The smell? Fresh lemons so invigorating that it dispels the stale air. It has even come into great use when sitting in buses, or when trapped with some unpleasant odor. I have always been careful about anything that is labelled “lemon fragrance” for fear of smelling like some toilet air freshener. This doesn’t at all!
And what’s great too? The price. A canister of Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream costs S$12 for 17g (or S$8 for 8.5g travel-size). Available at Sephora.
Reblogged this on DINOSQUAREROBOT and commented:
I always carry a cuticle oil pen in my purse, but I think this is more compact! Do you use any cuticle treatments to prevent drying or peeling?
I don’t actually. 🙂 I’m really afraid of fuss. This is the only thing that I use to keep those cuticles in check! Hope it works for you too!
I usually use cuticle oil when I do my nails, but I regularly apply hand cream/lotion to keep my cuticles in check and my hands moisturized. I always always have lotion hahaha I love Burt’s Bees products so I’ll have to give this a try. Thanks for the tip 🙂
I wish I have your discipline! =) Thanks for sharing your tip too.
Hi Pling! Great tip! This will be in my purse soon! 🙂 Your blog reminded me of another tip I read somewhere years ago. I have rhinitis, and plane cabin air conditions always used to dry up my nostrils fast and I’d soon be uncomfortable. The really low temperatures some airlines prefer don’t help at all! The tip is to coat the interiors of my nostrils with a bit of petroleum jelly. I know it doesn’t sound so lovely, but it works everytime! 🙂
Ooo… It must be really uncomfortable. I use a nasal spray if the air cabin pressure really gets to me.