Almond Nail & Cuticle Oil
This oil is AMAZING
Luckily I read someone else's review about how difficult it was to get this started. There should be a label on there to tell you to twist the bottom because it is not obvious at all. The twisting doesn't make a clicking sound and feels slightly forced, so it doesn't seem like it is the right thing to do, but about 10 twists later the oil will slowly start to appear on the brush.
This oil has been very helpful on my hands, but I saw the greatest improvement on my toes. My toenails are very dry and brittle, and the winter weather stuck in shoes hasn't helped them at all. Two applications later they were ready for a pedicure and looked amazing.
It has helped cut down on the hangnails I get on my hands dramatically.
February 25, 2014
Dry cracked cuticles? Problem solved!
great for dry cuticles, brittle nails, hang nails, dry skin around nails, and it smells Great!
Pair up with the Almond hand cream (in the silver tube) and your hands will feel amazing!
December 25, 2013
Great For Hangnails
My hands get extremely dry in the winter so I get hangnails ALL THE TIME. I use this before putting on my Hemp Hand Cream. Just brush it on, let it sink in for about 30 seconds, push cuticles back and trim hangnails, then put on hand cream. Between these two things, my hands are so soft and they don't get painfully chapped. The only thing I'd be cautious of is that it is a bit greasy, so make sure you let it sink in before touching anything.
November 10, 2013
I have loved almond oil for years but this packaging is perfect! A little product goes a long ways. I just bought it yesterday, so I can't attest to how long it lasts but I plan to use it daily for awhile until my nails and cuticles are back in shape.
A lot of people are complaining in reviews about the difficulty that they had getting it going. I had the same issue but I've used similar things and so knew it would take awhile. If The Body Shop reads these reviews, I have a suggestion. Rather than printing directions on the packaging, why not have the associate who checks the customer out ask "Have you used this product before?" It's that simple and provides excellent customer service.
May 16, 2013