Barely There Matte Cuticle Cream
Picture Perfect Cuticle Cream is the cuticle solution you have been looking for. Enriched with jojoba oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, and olive oil, when applied, this cream soaks in, leaving a silky smooth, but matte finish for perfect showing off those freshly painted tips in pictures. No more dry cuticles, acetone whiteness, or greasy fingers with this cream! In a convenient 15 ml bottle, a secure screw top cap and opening for key chain makes this matte cuticle cream the perfect solution for on the go.
A crisp cotton t-shirt, fresh eggs from the farm stand, tomatoes ripe from the vine. Sometimes you just want good quality products without all the extras, pure, simple, and oh so good. KBShimmer Barely There is just that, a way to make your skin just so good without the extra fragrances and colors that can be harsh on sensitive skin. Barely There products have no scent or colorants added. Any fragrance you smell is from the ingredients themselves, the shea butter, the cocoa butter, the olive oil. Not plain, but just right for those sensitive to fragrance and colors.
Type: Vegan Matte Cuticle Cream
Size: 15 ml
Recommended Use: 2-3 daily or as needed
To Use: Dispense a half pea size amount of matte cuticle cream onto one finger pad. Dab a tiny amount onto each cuticle area, rubbing in, wait 30 seconds for cream to soak in. If fingers appear greasy, use a smaller amount or rub in longer. For extremely dry cuticles and skin, follow up with KBShimmer cuticle oil and lotion. For best results, do not introduce water and use within 24 months of purchase.
This listing is for a 15ml/ 0.5 oz bottle with screw off cap.
Ingredients: Water, Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Isopropyl Myristate, Emulsifying Wax NF, Stearic acid, Beeswax, Tapioca Starch, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol
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