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We love DIY manicures, but we’ll admit that we sometimes miss the fancy extras at the salon. Bring the professional pampering home with these superluxurious collagen gloves that gently nourish dry, parched hands—one of the first places to show signs of aging. An added bonus: You can polish your nails while the gloves work their magic!
this is not something i would ever buy or use, aside from trying the sample.1
I will never use this since I do not polish my nails. It is really just the same as putting lotion on your hands. It does leave the hands soft but too expensive1
the whole experience with these gloves was weird. it had too strong of a smell. it wasnt a bad smell, it was just really strong perfumery smell. the gloves were huge and almost fell off anytime i moved my hands. there was too much "lotion" in the palm part of the gloves. the tips ripped off before it was time to take them off. i really didnt see much of a difference in my hands after the gloves as before them.
maybe im being too picky, but this product just wasnt for me.
This was a lot of work for the price listed . . . I'd rather just spring for an extra massage at the nail salon when I get a mani.1
It comes with disposable gloves with cream inside. Personally, I didn't care for the feeling of moist lotion laying on and around my hands while encased in plastic gloves. To me, it was uncomfortable and I wanted to get them off the entire 10 minutes while waiting. Also, after taking the gloves off I had to continue to massage the lotion into my hands and there seemed to be a great amount of lotion left over. I had to wipe it off with a towel. My hands seemed softer, but not worth the effort and uncomfortably for me.1
this is just a fund indulgence. I might purchase them for a girls pampering weekend, but that is about it.1
although this is a great idea, for the price I will just stick to getting my mani's and taking my preferred polish with me.1
I've had really dry hands lately and was excited to use this sample, but it was a total disappointment. First off the gloves are made of very thin cheap plastic, like lunch ladies wear--for something of salon quality, I would have at least expected something with a little stretch, like a flexible PVC glove or something. The gloves were also MASSIVE (think HUGE FOOTBALL PLAYER HANDS) and the detachable fingertips came off accidentally. The cream inside was also thin and watery, and I had been hoping for something thicker and more emollient. Did not notice any lasting moisture or softness.1
Basically lotion inside gloves. It would probably be helpful if you use uv at home but otherwise it feels like a squishy plastic bag on your hands.1
I would have rather sampled a completely different product. I was not impressed by this at all and the only reason I tried it was to make sure it didn't go to waste and I was still not impressed...maybe it was my bad attitude going into using it1