Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

Hi everybody,


These days I have been really working on the health of my nails and my cuticles. Few years back I had really healthy nails but in the recent past my nails have really become very brittle,they would chip and eventually break off.My cuticles also started chipping a lot and the skin around my nails became a lot dry.I really wanted long nails but they just would not grow past a certain length so I decided to pay attention to my nail growth and really work on improving their health.

Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

I bought this Jericho Nail Kit a few months back and it has helped me a lot to improve the condition of my nails and cuticles.Last month while I was going through I came across this Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream and I knew I had to buy it.Sally Hansen makes some amazing nail products so I decided to give this cuticle cream a shot.

Price of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:Rs.455 for 11.3 grams.

Shelf Life of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:3 years from the date of manufacture.

Company Description of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

“Rich,emollient formula deeply moisturizes and conditions rough,ragged and dry cuticles. Massaging cuticles every night with Cuticle Massage Cream,helps improve the circulation and stimulate healthy new nail growth.Formulated with Apricot Extract to help soothe painful hangnails and prevent cuticle tearing”

Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

The Results of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

Smooth,healthy looking cuticles.

Directions to Apply:

Apply a small amount to each nail massaging gently into cuticles and surrounding skin.Use nightly for maximum conditioning benefits.

My Experience with the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

I have started pampering my nails and cuticles a lot these days and the results are so evident.They have become a lot more healthier,shiny and they have also grown a bit without chipping.I use my Jericho cuticle oil and Sally Hansen Cuticle Cream on alternate days,I also dip my nails in warm olive oil on alternate Sundays and then I massage them for a good 10-15 minutes.I have also started using mild shower gels for washing my hands instead of  liquid hand soap.My cuticles are in much better condition,no skin chipping,no dry cuticles and no nail breakage.All in good shape.

Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

This cuticle cream comes in a small round plastic packaging with a screw lid on top.The cuticle cream is light coral orange in colour and has a very faint apricot smell to it.This cream is sort of creamy and thick in texture.It has sort of a wax consistency.Inspite of containing Apricot oil it is not very oily or greasy but it is moisturizing enough to treat dry and chipped cuticles.

I take out a small amount of the cream from the tub with a spatula and I apply a tiny amount on all my cuticles.It is a cuticle cream but I like to apply it to my nails as well so I take the required  amount and I apply it to my nails as well as the cuticles and then I massage it for 30-40 seconds on each nail so that the product get absorbed into the skin.

Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

I have been applying this cream for a month now and it has healed my dry cuticles and has also made them soft and healthy.I also feel that it has also made my nails also grow a bit and I really like this cream as a treat for my cuticles and my nails.My cuticles and nails actually love this one.

Pros of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

◦ Cute Packaging.

◦ Lovely fragrance.

◦ Lives upto its claims.

◦ Travel Friendly.

◦ Very moisturizing.

Cons of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

◦ Expensive.

◦ Availability.

Swatch of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

Rating of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

I would give it a 4.5/5.

Will I repurchase the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream?

Yes,definitely I would repurchase it.

Final Verdict of the Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream:

Definitely a must have product for all of you who have been looking for a good cuticle cream.This one certainly does its job well.

14 thoughts on “Sally Hansen Cuticle Massage Cream Review

  1. Wow Yamini, this seems a descent cream to try out! I have heard only good things about this brand, hope to get my hands on it soon 🙂

    • Anamika Sally Hansen makes some really gr8 products and this cuticle cream is a must have for dry and cracked cuticles.

  2. Sounds amazingly nourishing but the price is high.

    • Hi Sangeeta.This one is really moisturising and nourishing but it overly priced for such a small quantity.

  3. I always picked up my cuticles in daily 😀 , so i think, i need to go for this cream. Thanks yamini :*

    • Rishika you really need this cream if your cuticles are in bad condition.You will love it.

  4. Having totally neglected my hands for years,very recently I have decided to pamper them with regular TLC and manicures, this sounds like just the perfect product I should have by my bedside 🙂


    • Hi Richa.We generally pay attention to our face and neglect our hands and feet altogether.I also neglected my hands and the cuticles and nails became so weak and unhealthy but this Sally Hansen cuticle cream and the Jericho Nail Kit that I have been using has improved the condition so much.Loved them.You should definitely try it out.

  5. wow looks great. I would surely love to try this cuticle cream 🙂

    • Yeah Megha this cuticle cream is very nourishing and moisturising for the cuticles.You must try it.?

  6. This is OOS most of the time 🙁 I would love to get my hands on it 🙂

    • Yeah Anubhuti I also wanted to order it for my mum and it is always out of stock.Really it is a must have product.

  7. I love my burts bees cuticle cream for this purpose! Lovely review.

    • Vishakha I have never tried Burts Bee’s products but have heard great reviews about them.Will definitely like to try them out.Thanks dear.

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