Recent Examples on the WebFormulated with restorative sensations, the oil delivers a light liquid to dry, chipped, and cracked cuticles.—India Espy-Jones, Essence, 31 Aug. 2023 Cuticle Buddy, a genius little nail and skin oil, strengthens nails and cuticles, stimulates growth, and prevents breakage and hangnails.—Hillary Maglin, Travel + Leisure, 14 Aug. 2023 Egg cuticles offer limited protection Eggs are governed by state and federal standards for operations.—Becky Krystal, Washington Post, 11 Aug. 2023 The best part is the frizz calming complex, which seals the cuticle and ensures lasting hydration to maintain your moisture balance.—Sophie Dodd, Peoplemag, 22 July 2023 Reviewers recommend a gel base coat to start off with and then a clear topcoat to really seal them in—all while avoiding the cuticle, of course.—Nykia Spradley, Glamour, 7 Sep. 2023 Factors like hair dye, heat, and chemicals can all wreak havoc on the cuticle and underlying hair shaft, as well as the bonds that help keep hair resilient, says Dr. Finney.—Kaleigh Fasanella, Women's Health, 31 Aug. 2023 Massage a barrier cream or cuticle oil into the cuticles and soak the nails in acetone.—Iman Balagam, ELLE, 22 Aug. 2023 Washing does not happen in some parts of the world - and numerous commenters on our chat argued that this leaves the cuticle on the surface of the shell intact so that the eggs can be stored at room temperature.—Becky Krystal, Anchorage Daily News, 16 Aug. 2023 See More
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Latin cuticula, diminutive of cutis skin — more at hide