Blue Cross Cuticle Remover 6 Oz
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Yes — this works incredibly well. I have been using it for many years (it has been around for a long time). It’s not a traditional cuticle oil or balm — it is a watery liquid. I hold may hands over the sink, and squeeze it on from the bottle. I let it sit for about one minute and add some more. After that, I push my cu… see more Yes — this works incredibly well. I have been using it for many years (it has been around for a long time). It’s not a traditional cuticle oil or balm — it is a watery liquid. I hold may hands over the sink, and squeeze it on from the bottle. I let it sit for about one minute and add some more. After that, I push my cuticles back and trim any access. Don’t soak in this solution or it will dry your fingertips out. For me, it has always had a gas like/chemical smell. You should google the product. Lots of good reviews on infleunster and Sally Beauty. Worth a try in my opinion. The only thing I have found that works. see less Yes — this works incredibly well. I have been using it for many years (it has been around for a long time). It’s not a traditional cuticle oil or balm — it is a watery liquid. I hold may hands over the sink, and squeeze it on from the bottle. I let it sit for about one minute and add some more. After that, I push my cuticles back and trim any access. Don’t soak in this solution or it will dry your fingertips out. For me, it has always had a gas like/chemical smell. You should google the product. Lots of good reviews on infleunster and Sally Beauty. Worth a try in my opinion. The only thing I have found that works.
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· January 23, 2022
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No, not fragance at all...
Karla
· October 13, 2020
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Water, Caustic Potash, Calcium, Carrageenan, Oil, Lanolin.
Enna Hernandez
· February 1, 2021
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Mettre 1 goutte de liquide sur le cuticule de chaque doigt. Gratter les peau morte avec un outil à cuticule et couper les cuticule avec un "coupe-cuticule" si désirée. Laver les mains.
Val
· September 26, 2021
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No, I have not but if it works so well on my cuticles with a small amount may just work on the corns start by small amounts and see...
Enna Hernandez
· March 5, 2021
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I;VE HAD MINE FOR MONTHS AND IT'S STILL GOOD.
Carole
· May 7, 2020
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It works better than the gel you buy over the counter. I put on multiple applications and leave on longer than the instructions (5 minutes). It’s very watery. I’m happy with the result.
Catie17
· September 14, 2021
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I received it without a seal on it and it's fine to use.
Anna
· January 31, 2021
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No, it’s fine
Shawn Kanda
· July 4, 2020
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Simply put small drops around the nail wait for three minutes and wipe off with a cotton ball and wash hands after. Simple to use and it works great. No real need to use clippers it just dissolves the cuticle away.
Enna Hernandez
· February 15, 2021