Just like the skin on your face or hands, your cuticles need proper nourishment. If they’ve have seen better days, you may want to consider moisturizing daily with a nail balm. These formulas are rich in vitamins and antioxidants to help soften and condition cuticles to prevent hangnails and promote strong, healthy tips. Here, to make your life easier, we rounded the best nail balms you can buy.
1. Dr. PawPaw Original Multi-Purpose Balm
This balm contains pawpaw fruit, aloe vera and olive fruit oil to moisturize and protect the skin.
Pros: It’s offered in a multipack of two so you can stock up.
Cons: Some may prefer a more sizeable tube.
2. Sebamed Hand and Nail Balm
It’s formulated with soothing allantoin and bisabolol as well as strengthening keratin and panthenol.
Pros: It comes in a 2.6-fluid ounce tube and in packs of two or three.
Cons: Some may wish it was thicker.
3. Caswell-Massey Dr. Hunter’s Cuticle Cream
This salve is made with naturally healing and protective beeswax and smells like roses.
Pros: It comes in a travel-sized tin and is available in a pack of three.
Cons: Some may prefer an odorless balm.
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