MIA - A mix of passionfruit and tangerine, with mid notes of pink peony and jasmine. Mia has a standing two week appointment that never gets moved or cancelled. Can be very indecisive over the 5 neutrals in her rotation (including red, the other neutral). 6ml.
OLIVINE - Sweet vanilla, warm amber, with a hint of sandalwood and blackberry. Olivine typically arrives just on time with outlandish tea to spill. Often chooses pink or glitter. 6ml.
UNSCENTED - For the scent sensitive. All the same benefits, without the fragrance! Whatever your reasoning, we've got you covered. 6ml
For best application, gently massage the product into your cuticles using the doe-foot applicator. This increases blood flow to the area, which increases product absorption.
What are the ingredients?
Coconut oil, Macadamia oil, Meadowfoam oil, Jojoba oil, Fragrance.
What is cuticle oil used for?
Cuticle oil is a moisturizing product specially formulated to hydrate your cuticles (the skin at the base of your nails), your nail beds, and the skin surrounding it.
How often should you apply Cutie Oils?
At least 1-2 times a day for maximum results!
Is Cutie Oil recommended by professionals?
Yes! Cutie Oils were created by a veteran nail tech because of the lack of quality products. They are a fan favourite amongst the Nail Technician community.
Will cuticle oil ruin my gel nails/acrylics/shellac/gel polish?
No, if your nail enhancements were applied properly, cuticle oil should not cause any lifting.
Will cuticle oil help my nails grow?
While cuticle oil will not increase the speed of your nail growth pattern, it will help strengthen the nail that is currently being produced. Dry, brittle nails are weak and prone to breaks, whereas a healthy moisturized nail well be less likely to peel or crack.
Do you test on animals?
We would never! We are a vegan, cruelty free company.
What is the shelf life? When does it expire?
We recommend using it within 1 year of purchase, however, with proper use you should run out much sooner than that.
Which is better, oil or lotion?
The short answer: both! Apply your lotion first, then lock in all that moisture with oil! Oil is a humectant, which means that it creates a barrier that hydration cannot cross. In terms of your hands, it means that the moisture you just slathered all over your hands and nail beds cannot escape!