Having a nice, well-groomed manicure doesn't come with simply applying a nice nail polish. Having nice, moisturized cuticles enhances the overall look. It also keeps your hands and nails healthier. I am always on the hunt for cuticle oil and balm. I like something with a light fresh scent and that doesn't seem overly greasy.
I received Glisten and Glow's Nail and Cuticle Balm, and Cuticle Oil to review. I love the fresh scent and the light, yet intensive, moisturizing abilities.
Let's start with the Nail and Cuticle Balm. I received the Sangria White Peach scent. This light scent is fruity and scrumptious. It isn't overpowering, but is fresh and tropical. I am in love with the scent. I love using this on my cuticles and nails. It isn't greasy, yet coats and protects my cuticles and leaves them looking healthy.
|Glisten & Glow Nail and Cuticle Balm|
I love the fact that is has all natural ingredients. This balm contains: shea butter, jojoba oil, coconut oil, beeswax, sweet almond oil, castor oil, argan oil, vitamin e oil, acai berry botanical extract, grape seed oil, sunflower oil, tea tree oil and fragrances.
Now let's move on to the Glisten & Glow Glis-tics Cuticle Oil. I received the scent Summer Sorbet. It comes in 22 different scents, so there is sure to be something there for everyone. Personally, I adore the Summer Sorbet. It's a light tropical scent that definitely is reminiscent of sorbet. But I will definitely be trying some other scents. This comes in adorable blue bottle with a rollerball. This makes application a breeze! No more dousing in oil and hoping you don't leave oily prints around. This is my nightly cuticle oil now. This gives it a chance to pamper my cuticles. It also allows me to fall asleep with the light tropical scent. This .37 oz product can be purchased for $10.50. The hardest thing about this is narrowing down your purchase to one scent. So, I say just buy several! I know I will be purchasing some.
|Glis-tics Cuticle Oil|
These products were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.