Londontown Restorative Nail Cream is part of their “Kur” line, meaning the nail and hand care line rather than the Lakur line, which I reviewed recently.
So what is this stuff? Here are some deets!
- Works to penetrate and replenish deteriorated nail protein (keratin) and balance the natural oils in the nail to strengthen and nourish them back to health
- Created with Britain’s rapeseed flower oil as well as a unique blend of natural extracts and vitamins to rejuvenate and restore moisture to dry, thin and brittle nails
- Assists in restoring nails damaged by UV gel polish, acrylics and wraps
- For best results, apply in the evening and wear Londontown’s moisturizing gloves overnight
- Non-carcinogenic, non-toxic and paraben-free
- Vegan, gluten-free and cruelty-free
I’ve been using this stuff nightly for a couple weeks now, albeit sans white gloves. I just can’t deal with sleeping with gloves on, but it’s nice either way.
What I love about this stuff is you don’t have to only use it at night. It’s completely not greasy at all so it’s easy to apply it then be typing away 2 minutes later without leaving residue all over your keyboard.
It’s a light cream and feels more like a nice lotion than the typical balm, butter or oil you think of when you think of a cuticle treatment.
It has a very nice light kind of woodsy/lavender scent to it which fades away after a couple minutes.
Another great thing is that while it might seem on the pricey side, it comes in a decent sized container, and a little goes a long way. This should last a good while.
Overall: I like that it’s very different from my usual cuticle moisturizers. I normally use ones from Badger Balm, Qtica and LUSH and all of those are heavier and feel a little greasier than this. This one is easy to use throughout the day because it feels just like a lightweight lotion.
Pricing: $35.00 for 1 oz.
What is your current favorite cuticle balm/cream/oil? Is this something you would ever try?
Note: Cruelty free