Review: Earth Therapeutics Nail and Cuticle Care Conditioner

If you have weak or dry nails, it could be due to a variety of factors, from nail polish to an imbalanced diet. However, you may still want to consider a specialty treatment to pamper your nails. Earth Therapeutics offers a moisturizing Nail and Cuticle Care Conditioner that smells great and doubles and a hand cream.

Pros:
  • Affordable
  • Line carried in retail stores
  • Pleasant citrus scent
  • Many organic ingredients
  • Also works as a hand cream
Cons:
  • Could be more gentle
Summary:
I love how this moisturizing cream smells fruity and can be applied over regular nail color. It comes in a generous size for the price and doubles as a hand cream (I recommend using it overnight). The texture is fairly light and it absorbs quickly. I was glad to see that is has been reformulate to remove the parabens. While the old formula rated a high 8 on EWG's Skin Deep scale, the current formula rates a moderate 6. This is mainly due to Vitamin A, but it is still an improvement on the previous formula. I am glad that this is a vegan cream that uses several organic ingredients. However, I'd love to see it made even more gentle.

Also available on Amazon.com.  Note: The ingredients on this page are outdated; the product no longer contains parabens.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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