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Best Cuticle Balms to Try

Suffer from dry, split cuticles? Investing in a moisturizing balm may just do the trick to quench the skin surrounding your nails. You should apply it once or several times a day, depending on the level of dryness, and see if your cuticles look and feel better. To help you find a great product, we did some research and rounded up the best cuticle balms you can buy. Each is rich in antioxidants and vitamins to nourish and promote strong, healthy tips.

1. Dr. PawPaw Multi-Purpose Balm

It contains a variety of natural ingredients including pawpaw fruit, aloe vera and olive fruit oil to protect, soothe and moisturize.

Pros: It comes in an option enriched with shea butter and is offered in packs of two or three.

Cons: Some may prefer it came in slightly a bigger tube.

Dr. PAWPAW Multi-Purpose Balm
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2. Sally Hansen Nail Rehab-Oil Cuticle Balm

This formula is infused with aloe vera, safflower oil and vitamin E oil, which all help to nourish the skin and nails.

Pros: It comes in a convenient tube that makes it quick and easy to apply on the go.

Cons: It may not last very long.

Sally Hansen-Nail Rehab-Oil Cuticle Balm
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3. Badger Soothing Shea Butter Cuticle Care Balm

This balm is formulated with creamy, ultra-moisturizing shea butter, olive oil, castor oil, beeswax and seabuckthorn extract.

Pros: A blend of pure essential oils, including lemongrass, provides a mild citrus scent.

Cons: Some may find it a little oily.

Badger Soothing Shea Butter Cuticle Care Balm
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