Recently, I’ve decided to intensely moisturize my cuticles. So, as soon as Sally Hansen Cuticle Rehab appeared, I was happy to try it.
Volume: 8.8 ml
The tube itself is quite soft.
There is also a screw cap.
The tube comes with a white brush.
When pressing the tube, the product appears on the brush.
To begin with, this cuticle product doesn’t remind me of some oil, it’s a transparent and not liquid gel.
It has a nice and clear watermelon scent. After reading some reviews, however, I found that people describe the scent differently. Some say that it smells like a melon, others like flowers. No cuticle oil I’ve ever tried had such a fragrance
The product is economical. It lasted me about a month and a half, provided that I’d been using it 2-3 times a day. Needless to say, I applied a small amount enough to absorb quickly.
In the picture I’ve applied the Sally Hansen Cuticle Rehab to my skin around my nails.
This photo shows the result, after I’ve massaged the gel gently. As far as you can see, the product has almost absorbed.
It does what it promises: it moisturizes cuticles and skin around the nails. Plus, the nails themselves become more moisturized and elastic. Hardly have I ever applied the product to my bare nails. The effect is very clear with a nail polish, too. As a rule I removed cuticles and used a nail polish every 1,5-2 weeks.
After using Sally Hansen Cuticle Rehab I could do it every 2-3 weeks.
The only gripe I have about it is that when the product runs low, it’s getting hard to squeeze the tube.
Other than that, I’m totally pleased about the results and would definitely recommend it