Number One: Lush's Lemony Flutter
The reason why I like this one the most:
______• Texture/Consistency - it's easy to get out of the jar. When you apply it it has a cold feel to it and turns into oil once you rub it in.
______• Absorbency - Once on the skin it doesn't take long to absorb.
______• Smell - Smells like lemons!
______• Made fresh - On the back it tells you when it was made and when it is best until.
______• Most value for your money - it costs around the same as the other two I've listed but contains much more product
Price: $12.95 CAD for 1.5oz
Number Two: Burt's Bee Lemon Butter Cuticle Creme
Now with this one, also a very good Cuticle butter but the one problem I have with it is that it's not as easy to take out. You can either rub you finger in there - or scrap it out with your nail. What I usually do is use a filbert brush.
The smell of this one is also like lemons, it smells a little more real than Lush's Lemony Flutter.
As for absorbency, this one takes a bit longer - I would recommend this one as a night butter.
Price:$7.99 CAD for 0.60oz
Number Three: Sephora by OPI's Brush-On Cuticle Oil
Lastly, Sephora's by OPI's Brush-on Cuticle Oil. This one smells great and I think it's good for keeping in your purse as an emergency oil. But I don't know... I feel like this one isn't worth it's money. Also the way you have to squeeze the stuff out - drives me nuts! Usually I don't see anything come out then I squeeze again and I get a big blob. *shakes fist*
This was the first oil I brought and it didn't do much for me, so I just keep it in my purse incase I were to ever look at my hands and realize my cuticles are dry. In those cases - it's pretty handy. I just wouldn't rely on this one on it's own.
Price: $9 US, $12 CAD for 0.25oz