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Revlon Cuticle Groomer Review

 

It’s important to remove cuticle from your nails, but cutting them is a really bad idea if you’re not a professional.
Due to that fact, If you’re an at-home manicurist, you should use a cuticle groomer to remove cuticle from your nails.   It gets rid of the cuticle without the risk of cutting your skin, and exposing yourself to infection. After trying Revlon’s cuticle groomer, we were really satisfied with the results.
It is a really great drug store buy. The wider end is great to get the widest part of your nail. The scoop-like end is good for removing debris from under the nail as well as removing cuticle from the hard-to-reach crevices. We recommend this tool because it’s really easy to use, and it’s safer for at-home manicurists.
How often do you lovelies do your nails?
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