Review: Sally Hansen Cuticle Eraser + Balm



What it is: Combination remover and cream quickly eliminates excess, ragged cuticles and hangnails as it conditions nails and healthy cuticles

How it works: Salon tested, 2-in-1 formula with white tea and cucumber, gently and quickly loosens and exfoliates stubborn, overgrown cuticles while leaving skin feeling deeply moisturized.”


Prize: I paid 80 DKK / $12 / £8 / €11

How I use it: Every other week or so, I apply just a little bit to my cuticle areas and let it soak in for a while before I massage it in and push back my cuticles. It softens the cuticle area enough so it does not hurt to push them back, and it removes all of the dead skin that is left on the surface of the nail.


  • Softens the cuticle area preventing pain when pushing back the cuticles
  • Loosens dead skin on the surface of the nail
  • A little goes a long way
  • Smells nice


  • Very greasy
  • It does not soak into your skin and it continues to be greasy until you wash your hands, and even a little after


Overall: I’ve been using this for a few months now. I really, really like this! The greasiness aside, I think the advantages heavily outweigh the bad. It does what it promises, it’s affordable and lasts a long time. I’m definitely getting a new jar when I run out!


One thought on “Review: Sally Hansen Cuticle Eraser + Balm

  1. Lifestylebites3 09/01/2016 / 18:35

    Well, it is a pretty nail care staple that is definitely worth to try and also, it is affordable too which is always a plus point. Thanks for sharing.

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