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Trend Alert: Cuticle Oil Pens

This little contraption is becoming another one of my mess-free favorites! Cuticle oil pens are a great way to moisturize and correct, dry cracked cuticles. They are formulated with all kinds of vitamins, oils and nourishing agents to protect cuticles from becoming rough and dehydrated. The best part is that they absorb quickly too, so they won't leave behind a greasy trail.

This Sephora Cuticle Care Pen ($12) is a fast, easy and luxurious way to pamper your cuticles—and it smells great, too! It is made from essential oils and emollients to soften and protect your pretty paws.

To check out two more cuticle oil pens,

Dr. Haushka Neem Nail Oil Pen ($17.95) is an excellent remedy for damaged cuticles as well as for soft, brittle or bitten nails. It is made with keratin to strengthen nails and it also contains neem leaf to help prevent fungus from growing.

Sally Hansen Maximum Growth Cuticle ($5.49) is a cuticle and nail treatment to help instantly seal in moisture and revitalize your fingertips. Just twist the cap and apply for a no-spill and smooth application!

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Notting-Hill-res Notting-Hill-res 8 years
My friend got me using the Dr.Hauschka Neem Nail Oil Pen recently and I love it. I was really skeptical at first, but it's really helped strengthen my nails.
sashak sashak 8 years
I just got the Sally Hansen one after reading this blog! I like it & I take way better care of my nails now b/c its so easy. I think the brush is a little long for me & I may cut it down, bit otherwise I love it!
MiyabiNa MiyabiNa 8 years
I carry the sally hansen one in the purse 24/7! It's perfect for a quick rejuvination of my cuticles while I'm at work so I don't look like a slob! (esp with all the paper shuffling and hand washing I do~ my hands dry out quickly!)
akrsouth akrsouth 8 years
I have tried the Sephora one and don't like it. The oil did nothing, when back to pure E oil.
Brooklynbee Brooklynbee 8 years
The lemon cuticle cream from Lush has totally saved my ravaged cuticles - although, lately I'm getting really, really sick of the ultra-pushy salespeople at Lush stores.
Chiquita-82 Chiquita-82 8 years
I'm using Burt's Bees cuticle cream and it's great :D
Seraphim Seraphim 8 years
or you can just buy a decent sized bottle of vitamin e oil for like 5 bucks and it'll last you up to 5 years and use a q-tip to apply ;)
coco-1 coco-1 8 years
I use Sephoras cuticle oil pen regularly- what a differeence. The scent is great, easy to use, no mess
ccsugar ccsugar 8 years
I'll definitely have to buy one of these. I have cuticle cream right now, but it's in a pot and very messy to apply.
rubialala rubialala 8 years
SweetE SweetE 8 years
Thanks Bella--I'm heading to Sephora today to check this one out.
bookgirl bookgirl 8 years
I may try the Sally Hansen one...mostly because it's the cheapest. I really need to repair my cuticles.
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