Winter Cuticles

Having trouble managing your cuticles with this winter vortex coming through the DMV area?

During the winter months its vital to keep your hands and cuticles  moisturized to prevent dryness of your skin as well as preventing your cuticles from cracking and splitting.

Let me now give you a few items that will reduce dryness of your hand and the cracking and splitting of your cuticles.



  1. Massage: This is important when you’re in a profession where you have to wash your hands often or work outside. Here’s a lotion and oils that are good for nails and moisturizing your nails.
  2. Items Presented:
    1. Nivea lotion has Almond Oil included and will solve both hand dryness and will protect your cuticles in the winter.
    2. Coconut Oil is also another amazing option to moisturize your hands as well as your cuticles.
    3. CND- CND is one of the top selling brands for nail products. This oil great.

Brittle Nails – If you have brittle nails and dry cuticles you may want to take a Biotin supplement. Biotin is known for the growth of hair and nails.

**All of these items can be found at any Walmart or Target**

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post!!!

More to come!!

Links to purchase items listed in this blog are below:

Anjou Coconut Oil 32 Oz, Organic Extra Virgin, Cold Pressed Unrefined for Hair, Skin, Cooking, Health, Beauty, USDA Certified

Spectrum Naturals Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Refined, 14 Ounce

CND Essentials Nail & Cuticle Oil, Solaroil, 0.25 fl. oz.

Nature’s Bounty Biotin 10,000 mcg, 120 Softgels

NIVEA Essentially Enriched Body Lotion 16.9 Fluid Ounce

NOW solutions Sweet Almond Oil, Moisturizing Oil, 16 ounce


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