Friday, 4 April 2014

Lush Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter


Lush Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter Review Pot

Lush Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter £6.50


I already posted a little sneak peek of this product over on my instagram where so many of you expressed an interest in it, so I couldn't wait to share my review with you any longer.

Does anyone else get completely drawn in when they walk by a Lush store? There are so many amazing looking products and a real mix of different fragrances and scents that it can sometimes feel a little overwhelming when you first enter the store. However, I had made a trip specifically to pick up a gift set for Mother's Day (which, of course, my mum absolutely loved). But in the process I just had to get myself a little treat whilst I was there. It would have been rude not to, wouldn't it? Hehe. My nails aren't always in the best of shape and my cuticles often get a little dry and unruly so this product immediately caught my eye. I don't give my cuticles much attention at all despite my blatant addiction to buying nail polishes, which seems a little silly.

Even though this product is billed as a cuticle butter don't let that fool you into thinking it can only be used on your hands and nails. It can also be used on your elbows, knees and heels which normally take quite a bit of moisturising to get soft, in my case anyway. Since I started using this product I've found that my elbows and knees in particular have never been as soft. And my cuticles, well they have definitely improved too. A little really goes a long way with this product as it is just so thick and creamy. I've been using it for a few weeks now and I've hardly made a dent to the amount of product in the pot.

The scent may be a little overpowering for some but for me it's just what I would expect from a product called Lemony Flutter. I absolutely love that my hands smell so lovely and lemony after I apply this. If you aren't a huge fan of lemon scented products then I would definitely recommend a trip to your local Lush store to see if this product scent is for you. For me it smells good enough to eat and instantly reminds me of lemon curd every time I open the pot. If lemon fragrances aren't normally your thing I would definitely look past that and give it a try or pop down to your local Lush store to give it a sniff and a little test. I'm not normally a big fan of lemony scents but this product is just too good to resist. It really does do what it says on the pot and provides real moisture to your problem areas. Plus I do love a good multi-use product so I've certainly been won over by this cuticle butter from Lush.

What are your favourite products from Lush? Do you have any recommendations for what I should try out next? Have you tried out the Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter before? If so, what do you think of it?



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