Friday, April 24, 2009

Beauty Review: Mavala Cuticle Cream

Softens the skin surrounding the nail providing a neat and cared for nail contour

What’s Inside:
Lanolin, Petrolatum, Water, Mineral Oil, Alcohol Denat, Metyhylparaben, Butylparaben, Chlorphenesin, Triclosan, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben, Fragrance, Linalool, Hydroxycitronellal, Citronellol, Hexyl Cinnamaldehyde, 2-Propionaldehyde, Coumarin, Geraniol etc.

As I can see it includes some emollients and occlusives like Lanolin, Petrolatum and Mineral Oil which will moisturize the cuticle and keep moisture locked in. Mavala Cuticle Cream also provides protection against bacteria and fungi with Chlorphenesin and Triclosan. In addition, there is a bunch of preservatives and fragrance ingredients.

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Texture: creamy, oily and very thick just like an ointment
Smell: smells like medicine but not bad
Absorption: Absorbs pretty fast

Modern tempo of life doesn’t always allow time to do regular manicures. Malava cuticle cream is a savior in such situations. You can also use this cream to make your manicure last longer. I personally found Malava cuticle cream very effective.
Malava Cream comes with a manicure stick and you are instructed to push back cuticles after applying and massaging in the cuticle cream. I don’t always use the stick and still it works its magic. I usually apply Malava cuticle cream just before going to bed. When used on long cuticle, I can see it pull way back already the next morning.

It’s a good product! If you keep to a regular routine of applying it every day you will have a good result!

Price Time:
Only 9-10$

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