L’Occitane Cuticle Oil

L’Occitane products seem so rich to me. When I realized I needed a cuticle oil, I dropped this one in my online Sephora cart. It was $20, not cheap but not terribly expensive either, and it got good reviews.

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It comes in a nifty squeeze tube with a brush applicator. The bristles get drenched with oil and you can brush it on your nails and cuticles.

I typically use this at night just before I put on my socks (I keep a worn pair to wear around the house). The next morning, I inspect my feet and the cuticle skin looks much smoother. My nails look more moisturized and not dry anymore.

I’m using this up for sure. Would I repurchase? I don’t know….. $20 is a lot of money to spend on cuticle oil. I think I’ll take the advice of a manicurist I spoke to and try coconut oil.

Is there a cuticle oil you love and would recommend?

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Beauty/product junkie hiding behind the title of certified makeup artist (that's the excuse I use for my makeup addiction). I am a human pet to two cats, a full time college student majoring in Cultural Anthropology and an organic food enthusiast (read: organic food freak) who cooks, bakes, and has not burned down the kitchen (I'm waiting for it). New York has put up with all of this thus far, so here is where I reside. I can be reached for comments, questions, complaints, and incoherent babbling at: themakeuptrain@yahoo.com
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9 Responses to L’Occitane Cuticle Oil

  1. I do like the formula but I agree that it’s expensive and I also think there are cheaper alternatives out there that work just as well.

  2. I use a generic apricot ne from our drugstore, DM. It is by Balea, and to me it does the job very well, for a fraction of the price. LUSH does a nice one too, but I never repurchased, as it was more expensive.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

  3. Anubhuti says:

    Coconut oil…and if you need heavy duty then castor oil 🙂 you are right it is pricey for a cuticle oil but then it is L’occitane

  4. I’ll take an afternoon/evening, and apply whatever moisturizing lotion I have on hand, layer after layer gets sucked into my dry nails and cuticles. Usually, after 3 rounds, both nails and cuticles are looking better. I have coconut oil…will have to give that a shot next time.

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