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Rosehips & Shea Cuticle & Nail Cream

Moisturize, soothe, repair, and protect dry, splitting cuticles and strengthen dry, brittle nails with our organic nail and cuticle cream. 

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Our nails and cuticles need some pampering to remain healthy. Organic Cuticle and Nail Cream is packed with nutrient-rich oils and butters to moisturize, soothe, repair, and protect dry, splitting cuticles and strengthen dry, weak or brittle nails. Healthy cuticles can mean fewer hangnails.

  • Nourishing oils and butters, known for their intense moisturizing benefits, absorb quickly 
  • Shea butter helps by
    • moisturizing and healing cuticles to help prevent tearing
    • strengthening nails so they don't chip or become brittle
  • Rosehips oil helps by
    • moisturizing dry cuticles
    • nourishing and hydrating brittle nails making them stronger, healthier and less prone to breakage
  • Also a great balm for pedicures, it helps to soften rough callouses
  • Convenient portable tin travels anywhere you go

 

How to Use

To Encourage healthy, strong nails and cuticles:

  • Apply liberally daily or as often as needed to cuticles and nail surface
  • Gently massage well into nails and cuticles until cream is absorbed
  • Pay special attention to corners and tips of nails that get the most wear and tear

For an intensive treatment apply nail and cuticle balm liberally before bedtime and cover hands with clean cotton gloves.

FAQs

The answer is, YES!


Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve is a USDA Certified Organic company. Certified Organic Skin Care

The most important consideration in any business is its customers. Today's world of misleading claims, false advertising, and simple deception, often leaves consumers trying to discover the truth about personal products and their ingredients.

  • We want our customers to know that we are committed to transparency in everything we do.
  • We want our customers to know that when we say "organic," we mean it.
  • We believe that in becoming a USDA Certified Organic company, our customers do not have to wonder if we really use certified organic ingredients or if our organic products are truly organic.  
  • So we choose to be a certified organic company and abide by the strict standards required for organic certification. 

Why Did We Become a Certified Organic Company?

What Do All of the Organic Labels Mean?

Organic Soap Labeling

 

 

Remember, the skin is the body's largest organ
and it needs to breathe as part of its
important role in maintaining overall health!

Natural

Well, first of all, it's an all-natural product. Commercial lotions are NOT. Our Whipped Shea Butters only contain the ingredients that they need. Creams and lotions created in a lab often clog pores, aggravate acne, trigger allergic reactions, and make skin feels heavy and greasy. 

The organic oils and butters we use do NOT contain petroleum based chemicals (Mineral Oil, Petrolatum, Paraffin), chemical emulsifiers (DEA, MEA, TEA), chemical preservatives (Parabens, Urea),  Propylene Glycol, artificial colors, or synthetic fragrances. 

No Preservatives

Lotions have a very high water content. Once water is added to make a lotion, it is almost impossible to create an all natural product and still keep the bacteria and mold out. 

No Alcohol or Petroleum Ingredients

Natural Organic Skin Care No PreservativesHave you ever noticed that when you use your body lotion your skin never stays moist and you find yourself going back to the lotion bottle over and over? 

Look at the ingredients. Often times water is the main ingredient. Commercial lotions often contain isopropyl alcohol and/or mineral oil. Both of these actually are very drying to your skin. The alcohol gives a temporary sense of coolness due to evaporation.

Mineral oil is found in lotions, soaps, baby oil, cosmetics, and motor oil. Mineral oil is a clear, liquid oil with no scent and will not spoil. It is very inexpensive because it is produced as a byproduct of the distillation of gasoline from crude oil. It is great for oiling your wooden cutting boards--but not your skin. Mineral oil does not penetrate to soften.  It is difficult to absorb, coats your skin and clogs the pores. If you would like to have healthy skin, stay away from mineral oils, animal fat, petroleum, and synthetic oil based skincare. 

No Propylene Glycol

Commercial creams and lotion often contain propylene glycol, which acts as a “humectant, preservative or stabilizer. Commercial skin-care products are stored and shipped and must have a very long shelf-life. Propylene glycol helps the fragrance, consistency and product appearance to remain attractive throughout its long life. 

While the FDA has categorized propylene glycol as "Generally Recognized as Safe," and some say that 

Your Natural Cream Has So Many Uses

We know that natural body butters make great moisturizing body creams. But here are some other ways we have used these balms and butters:

  • Get rid of those cracked heels 
  • Gently massage into very dry areas on your face
  • Soothe and smooth skin after shaving
  • Add a dollop to your hot bath water instead of using synthetic bath oils
  • Massage some into your cuticles to soften them
  • Massage into your lips for a great all natural lip balm

 

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