CND Creative Nail Design Cuticle Eraser

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Editor's Rating & Review

To cut or not to cut? That is the nail cuticle question. Get this cuticle-zapping cream and you can probably just say no to cutting. Massaged into cuticles at night, the alpha hydroxy acids gently slough off dry skin buildup, keeping nails in shape between manicures. A bit pricey for a small tube, but you'll be able to skip some salon visits and avoid dreaded hangnails. Now if we can just find something as effective when it comes to paper cuts ...
Reviewed by the Total Beauty editorial team on 09/24/2007
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  • 10

    Heaven-sent!

    This stuff is AMAZING! If your cuticles are out of control or totally in control, it'll work to make them look as good as can be! It takes a lot of work to keep up nice cuticles, with all the removal, and pushing back, but this is a quick, easy step you can do any time, that will reduce them and make them healthy and beautiful!! — 5 years, 8 months ago
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    Must-Have!

    I've been plagued by hangnails essentially for my entire life. My cuticles and the skin around the nail beds were chronically dry, cracked and horrible. That is all behind me thanks to this amazing stuff. CND Cuticle Eraser ($12) is a lotion containing alpha-hydroxy acids that gently "micro-exfoliate" the cuticle area. It also contains moisturizing agents like apricot kernel oil, aloe ve...read morera juice, and chamomile. There is a strong fruity fragrance that I wish were a little less prominent, but it's not unpleasant. If there is an open hangnail, then it will probably burn a little bit (it is acid after all). But with regular use, hangnails will be a thing of the past. — 6 years, 1 month ago
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