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Tuesday, February 15, 2011
2/15/2011 04:19:00 PM | Posted by Megan (A Polish Problem) | Edit Post
A few weeks ago, I received a sample of Kaylala Cutie Pie Cuticle Cream. As I'm always searching for a product to help my problematic cuticles, I was so excited to try it. Up until the last week (when everything was tossed in the air), I used it religiously on my cuticles and nails. We were going through a bit of cold weather down here and that always wreaks havoc on my cuticles. So, I was slathering this stuff on like nobody's bidnez and I kinda fell in love with it. :)
Cream on my nails
And now I realize I should have taken a picture of the ingredients list, but I forgot, so here's the list...
Refined Emu Oil, Organic Aloe Vera, Unrefined Beeswax, Organic Macadamia Nut Oil, Organic Apricot Kernel Oil, Vitamin E (non GMO), Organic Lemon Tea Tree Oil, Organic Turmeric, Lemon Oil.
All in all, like I mentioned above, I love this. I think it's great stuff. :) It's extremely soothing, so it's great to slather on after you've been playing in acetone or after you come in from the cold. Also, it's lemon scented, but it by no means smells like Pledge. It smells like lemon curd to me. I loved smelling my hands while I was wearing this. Is that weird? LOL.
Also, I adore the packaging. It's cute and seems a bit homespun, but by no means cheap. I feel it goes in line perfectly with their natural/organic/do-as-much-as-we-possibly-can-from-our-own-farm philosophy.
If you'd like to try Kaylala Cutie-Pie Cuticle Cream, it's available on their website (along with many other natural/organic products*). Price is $7.95.
*Also, be sure to check out the information on their family Emu farm. While by no means nail-related... I found it completely fascinating.
This was sent to me for review