Cuticle Remover with Lanolin
A great cuticle remover is 'must' product for every manicure. Some cost-cutting salons will use a cuticle oil as a substitute, but they have two very different purposes. A cuticle oil is for hydration, and a cuticle remover loosens the dead skin and makes it easier to push back. So don't be fooled. The cuticle area is very delicate and should never be pushed back without applying a cuticle remover first to soften the skin. Trauma to this area can cause improper nail growth forever, so be careful.
- Contains virgin-wool wax (lanolin) oil, a natural humectant, preventing dehydration of the cuticle.
- Potassium hydroxide gently softens dead, dry skin.
- No soaking is necessary. This cuticle remover will save you time.
How to use: Just apply and gently push back.
- Safe for all skin types, even the most delicate.
- 0.5 oz.
- By Deborah Lippmann.
- Item #240166
Water, Potassium Hydroxide, Lanolin Oil, Carrageenan.
Ingredients are subject to change at the manufacturer's discretion. For the most complete and up-to-date list of ingredients, refer to the product packaging.
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