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ORLY Cutique Cuticle & Stain Remover – Review

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ORLY CUTIQUE cuticle and stain remover review

Well groomed cuticles are the foundation of strong healthy nails, you already know that. And, you also know you cannot cut cuticles. So what do you do? Use a special cuticle product to soften and remove them!

One of our favorites – ORLY Cutique Cuticle & Stain Remover. If you’re already using it, you know how great it is! If not, read our review below to find out why this product has a cult following.

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Claim:
Gently and effectively removes dead tissue, leaving cuticles soft and pliable. Removes nail stains leaving nails whiter.

Reality:
ORLY Cutique Cuticle & Stain Remover is easy to use and it does effectively removes dead tissue. It even removes hard core, super rigid man cuticles and is perfect for pedicures. However, ORLY Cutique removes cuticles not eponychium. Don’t confuse the two. The product softens the eponychium too and may cause some minor dryness in the nail bed area. To avoid that, after rinsing Cutique off apply cuticle cream or oil to regain moisture.

Formula: The product is 5-free, but it obviously contains some strong ingredients that actually dissolve cuticles. Just make sure you don’t leave this product on your nails for longer than 1 minute and rinse it off thoroughly.

Verdict: Fantastic cuticle care product suitable as for women as for men and also great for pedicures. We were pleased with the results and the grooming qulities of ORLY Cutique. Just remember not to leave it on your nails for longer than 1 minute and use cuticle cream after cuticle removal.

Now, check out these Before & After looks, they say it all!

ORLY CUTIQUE cuticle remover review before and after

Available: ORLY Cutique Cuticle & Stain Remover is available in Australia, $19.95 –  in selected pharmacies or online; in the USA & UK, $10 – here.

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