Nail Butter for Naturally Beautiful Cuticles

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Nail Butter for Naturally Beautiful Cuticles notesfrommydressingtable.com

Natural. Cruelty free. Efficacious. Nail Butter.



Originally created over thirty years ago for a dental hygienist who struggled with keeping her thin, weak nails and her cuticles healthy, strong and well hydrated. This beautiful cream stimulates circulation to the nail matrix while moisturizing the nail bed and cuticle. With consistent use, you can see real results. Fast.

Nail Butter for Naturally Beautiful Cuticles notesfrommydressingtable.com

Packaged in an elegant, heavy frosted glass jar with an adorable pink and white patterned black cap, Nail Butter is a smooth, medium/heavy density cream. A tiny amount is all you need to treat your cuticles and improve your nail condition. This butter spreads and rubs in easily and leaves a film on the surface of the skin for a while, sinking in over time to continue to hydrate and pamper. If you don't want to let the film remain, work the remainder into the skin of your hands and gently blot with a tissue or towel and get on with your day.

My butter looks stirred because it is. My sample arrived on a hot Arizona day and it was a little melted and separated. A little time to cool down and firm back up a bit, a nice stir with a cuticle stick and it is back to perfect, buttercream goodness. And it had that pretty pattern on top that makes for a nice picture, don't you think?

Nail Butter for Naturally Beautiful Cuticles Ingredients notesfrommydressingtable.com

Here is the ingredients list. All natural, good for you stuff that is never tested on furry creatures, this is a get your cuticles gorgeous product you can feel good about buying and using.

Let's talk a little about scent, gentle reader. Nail Butter is pungent. This cream contains Oil of Mustard and is lemongrass scented and the combo is pretty strong. Even my scent loving beak was asking for a little relief! If, like me you like the scent but find it a bit powerful just leave the lid off for a day or so, overnight and you should find it much more enjoyable. I did and I do, now.

I had my Nail butter sitting open on my mani desk in my blogging room to air out and I was in my living room editing photos on my laptop when I heard a crash! and my cat came dashing out of that room, looking guilty. I went in there to find a mess on my table. My midi rings scattered all over the place, the bowl in which they live tipped over and my open Nail Butter jar was missing. I found it on the floor by the table and when I picked it up, there was a cat paw impression in the surface. That little shit had jumped up on my mani desk to get in the window to sun his carcass, stepped in my Nail Butter, freaked out, wreaked havoc and run for the hills.

My cuticles are loving this stuff. Loving it. I have pretty good cuticles, anyway and this beautiful butter just makes them that much better! I have a little confession to make. I not only use Nail Butter on my cuticles, I use it on the backs of my hands. This cream is so effective, a little goes such a long way that a small amount, on the back of each hand well rubbed in deeply hydrates my dry, maturing hands. And I have to tell ya. I think that my hands look better since I have been treating them to a little Nail Butter. And at my age... That's saying something!

You know what the lovelies at Nail Butter need to do? Take out the Oil of Mustard, replace it with a different, softer scented Oil of Something and package this stuff in tubes and market it as Hand Butter. Seriously. This needs to happen.

Nail Butter for Naturally Beautiful Cuticles Nail Art notesfrommydressingtable.com

I was inspired.

I like Nail Butter. I like it a lot and when my sample jar runs out, I will be purchasing a replacement because I don't want to be without it. If you would like a jar of Nail Butter of your own, it is $24.00. I know. A little spendy but I use so little at a time that my jar of Nail Butter is going to last a long time, even with my using it on my hands, too. I feel that this lovely stuff is worth every penny.

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30 comments

  1. I often wonder why cuticle creams come in a pot. They are always easier to use in a tube form.

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  2. It looks like a very moisturizing product.

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  3. Allison @neversaydiebeautyJune 25, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    What a shame that your Nail Butter melted in the heat! Glad you were able to save it. I love this stuff and I adore the lemongrass scent. Your mani is just the absolute best!

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  4. Yeah. Welcome to Arizona, anything melty. You get used to it, living here. lol It firmed back up, I gave it a nice stir and it's perfect, again. I like the lemongrass scent, too. I found the Oil of Mustard a touch pungent, leaving it open overnight made it a happier experience. :D Thank you! My nail art can be extremely hit and miss. I got lucky on that one. ;)

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  5. I agree. I'd like to see this in a tube. I don't mind the jar too much, tho.

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  6. I love the story about 'calming cat cuticles'. Baaahaaahaaa! If that happened in my house, it would be a nose print since Libby has to smell everything I put on when she sits at the vanity with me.

    I'd love to have a summer dress with the patterns you created in your nail art.

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  7. Such a cute mani too! I love this stuff.

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  8. rachlovespenguinsJune 25, 2015 at 9:19 PM

    Cats are so nice and helpful, hahaha. While my crew probably would knock the jar onto the floor, I'm relatively sure they wouldn't step in it. Well actually, two of them would knock it down (and then probably thwack it under the vanity encouraging all the dust bunnies and dust buffalo to stick their dirty mitts into it instead) while the third feline would probably refuse to be in the same room as Nail Butter. She hates just about every lotion and cream I've ever tried. She runs from the room if I produce a tube of L'Occitane, she stalks out when I use cuticle oil, and while it seems slightly more tolerable, she even gives unscented Aveeno the evil eye.

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  9. My cuticles can seriously need this. I've been really abusing them!

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  10. I looove your jar-inspired nail art design! You *nailed it* lol :)

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  11. I am mesmerized w/ your dotticure!

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  12. This stuff can make them look and feel better.

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  13. A cat who doesn't like scented products. That is so funny. :D

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  14. Thank you! I'm liking this butter.

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  15. Libby is a diva. lol Thank you so much!

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  16. I love your inspired dotticure! I've been using this as well, and it's working so well. I had a hangnail on my thumb that wouldn't heal up, and now it's gone.

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  17. My cuticles need consistent TLC and I think I would absolutely love this. Love your dotticure - so fun!

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  18. MandyChameleonStampedeJune 27, 2015 at 12:24 PM

    Love the matching mani! The scent may do it for me though.

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  19. Nikki Frank-HamiltonJune 29, 2015 at 3:03 PM

    Very cool. I have been in the food industry my whole life, plus painting and child rearing has me washing my hands constantly. My cuticles have paid the price! I will be checking this out. Thanks!

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  20. Cute mani! I'm cracking up at the cat story!

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  21. Thank you! Yeah... My cat is a real riot. :D

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  22. I'm glad it was helpful. I love this stuff. I hope that you do, too.

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  23. Thank you! The scent may not be for everyone. lol

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  24. You would! This stuff is so nourishing and you only need a tiny bit. Thank you so much! <3

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  25. Thank you! This is the best stuff for cuticles, evah!

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