As you search for vegan beauty products, do you ever look for vegan cuticle cream? We love a good cuticle cream, but shamefully, they’re difficult to find in vegan versions. We think cuticle creams do a great job of moisturizing and loosening our cuticles so they can be clipped away for more attractive nails. So, we’re always thrilled to find cruelty-free options. If you love nicely manicured cuticles too, you may want to check out the following animal-friendly options:
Serenity Soap Works Sugary Brown Fig Vegan Cuticle Cream
Etsy is a great place to find vegan beauty items like the Serenity Soap Works’ Sugary Brown Fig Vegan Cuticle Cream we’re loving. For just $4, you can buy a little container of handmade cuticle cream that has only plant ingredients in it, such as Kokum butter, palm kernel oil, castor oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, and aloe extract. The Sugary Brown Fig Vegan Cuticle Cream works well to soften dry, cracked cuticles, and it smells like yummy figs and peaches.
No Miss Whipped Cream for Cuticles, Hands & Feet
No Miss Whipped Cream for Cuticles, Hands & Feet comes in a 2-ounce jar and costs only $9.99. This formula for dry cuticles is made with de-ionized water, sunflower oil, jojoba oil, aloe vera, grapeseed oil, and vitamin E, among other plant ingredients, so it’s cruelty-free and super hydrating. We recommend using this cuticle cream weekly as a super-indulgent pre-manicure treatment.
Lavenpurr Organic Hand & Cuticle Cream by Crazy Cat Lady
Another hydrating cuticle cream we adore is Crazy Cat Lady’s Lavenpurr Organic Hand & Cuticle Cream. This thick salve soothes cracked cuticles and comforts hurting hands. It’s made with lavender essential oils, which is ideal for treating sensitive skin on hands too. We love that this product pulls triple duty, acting as a cuticle cream, hand lotion, and healing ointment for headaches when applied on the temples.
Do you have any cuticle creams you use regularly? If so, wed love to hear about them in the comments below.