May 112012
 

Badger Cuticle Soothing Shea Butter Cuticle Care

Badger is a company that I have recently fallen is love with, they have a cute mascot, they’re cruelty-free and they’re USDA certified organic. What’s not to love? Badger creates healthy beauty products that stand above other brands in terms of safer ingredients, they do not use ingredients that have been treated with growth hormones, synthetics or GMO’s.

Badger Cuticle Care balm that contains Shea Butter, one of my favorite ingredients and nourishing Seabuckthorn CO2 extract.  It’s scented naturally with essential oils like Geranium, Mandarin, Lemongrass and Ginger. I mostly smell the Lemongrass which I love because it’s so fresh and clean.

Badger Cuticle Soothing Shea Butter Cuticle Care ingredients

Ingredients: Wild African Shea Butter, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Organic), Castor (Ricinus Communis) Seed Oil, Beeswax (Apis Mellifera), Sea Buckthorn Berry Extract, Essential Oil of Geranium, Ginger, Cardamom (Cardamomum) Seed, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary), Litsea Cubeb (Litsea Cubeba), Citrus Reticulata (Mandarin Orange), Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Schoenanthus)

This cuticle balm is great for daily use especially after washing your hands. If you’re like me and you wash your hands all several times per day, which can dry out your cuticles, then using a little cuticle balm to keep cuticles from becoming dry and ragged is essential. I also like to slather a little bit of Badger Cuticle Care on my nail beds if I’m not wearing any nail polish. It really helps to nourish my nails plus it makes them shiny like they’re polished! The balm, packaged in cute round decorative tin, lists the product expiration date on the side to remind you when it’s time to toss it out. Very handy!

Having a cuticle nail treatment in your purse is a nice way to refresh yourself at the end of the day or before an important event when you don’t have time for a manicure. Sometimes I use pure Vitamin E oil to moiturize my cuticles but it’s not always convenient to carry it with me so this is a nice less messy alternative.

Have you used Badger Cuticle Care, what are your thoughts?

Badger Cuticle Soothing Shea Butter Cuticle Care, $5.99

Disclosure: The product featured in this review was provided for editorial consideration. Receipt of this product did not guarantee review and all opinions are my own.

  2 Responses to “Review: Badger Cuticle Soothing Shea Butter Cuticle Care”

  1. Seems to be good stuff, will check out at Target today see if they have it.

  2. This looks like an amazing product and I love the cute picture on the front. Great price point, too.

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