My hands get dry during this time of year, and my cuticles are no exception. Oftentimes I’m just far too lazy to use cuticle cream, but when I remember, I reach for the Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme that my friend bought me a couple of years ago in a kit with other goodies.
It smells divine, it’s small and easy to take with you, and it’s made with natural ingredients. And to put the cherry on top, it isn’t tested on animals.
This lemon cuticle cream is the first one I’ve tried, but I love it so much that I don’t have any desire to check out another.
Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme Pictures
- √ Soothes skin
√ Provides intensive care of dry cuticles, brittle nails & chapped/cracked fingertips
- Name: Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme
- Amount: 8.5 g (0.30 oz.)
- Sizes Available: 8.5 g (in kit) & 17 g (0.60 oz.) separately
- What I Paid: Nothing! (My good friend bought this for me in a kit as a ‘just because’ gift) 17 g tin costs $7.99 CAD ($5.99 USD)
- Where to Buy: Burt’s Bees Canadian website, Burt’s Bees US website, CVS, Ulta Beauty, Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall, Sears Canada website, Sears US website & some grocery stores
Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme Review
The tin is a nice, small size that’s perfect for tossing in your purse. However, sometimes the lid gets a bit stuck. You basically have to use the ridge on the circumference to open the tin.
Not a fan of having to put my finger directly onto the product and swirl my finger around in it – it’s not the most hygienic.
Lemon scented products are tough. A lot of times they wind up smelling like bathroom disinfectant because they’re too artificial, too pungent, or too tart.
The Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme smells exactly like a fresh lemon meringue pie. There’s another sweetness to lessen the tartness, but it’s definitely not super-sugary, either.
What’s special about the Burt’s Bees lemon butter cuticle cream is that instead of having lots of chemical fillers like other brands do, this product has 95% natural ingredients.
(If you’re trying to lead a healthier lifestyle, you should really pay attention to what’s in your beauty products.)
How to Use
Swirl your finger around the product. It’s a solid balmy texture, so you don’t have to scoop into it. Just swirl gently to pick up the product. Then gently massage it into your cuticles at night.
I don’t recommend putting it on in the daytime because it can be a little greasy, and besides, if you use it at night, it has more time to absorb into your skin.
A little goes a long way. I’ve been using the same small tin for over a year, and there’s still so much left!
Whenever I remember to use the Burt’s Bees lemon cuticle cream, I wake up with really soft and smooth cuticles. If I weren’t so lazy and actually used this on a regular basis, I’d banish dry cuticles.
Final Verdict: 9.5/10
Burt’s Bees cuticle cream smells delicious and works well at moisturizing. It’s affordable and easy to find. Highly recommend this.
Do you take the time to use cuticle cremes or cuticle oil? Which do you swear by?