Product Review: butter LONDON Sheer Wisdom Nail Tinted Moisturizer

Butter LONDON is one of my favorite nail/makeup brands for a lot of reasons. Mainly because they are committed to omitting controversial and harmful ingredients, of which plague the nail industry. But also because they are innovative and have the manicure equivalent of the no-makeup makeup look. Per my previous post, I try to pick the easiest possible polishes and tools to give myself manicures, simply because I’m so busy and usually hard on my nails. Bravo for butter LONDON thinking of this really cool new polish/treatment:

butter london, nail polish, sheer wisdom
best new treatment polish!

This new line of 6 shades is a neutral nail treatment and polish in one, that actually helps moisturize, strengthen, and repair nails. All while giving a beautiful buff, natural color to the nails. Similar to the Julep Oxygen Nail Treatment, this can be used as a quick polish and dries fast. The shade above is “Neutral”. 

The formula counteracts brittle nails, and prevents future breakage. The 6 shades are designed to complement any skin tone. The other plus? It doesn’t smell strongly after it dries – I used my prep tools and drying drops (see my Quick & Easy Manicure post) and I was done in 10 minutes! My skin wasn’t irritated by excess chemicals either – my fingertips felt comfortable and weren’t red or stinging. My nails are prone to breakage, and I usually keep them shorter, since they won’t grow long. I can’t wait to see how they look with continued use of Sheer Wisdom! Give it a try – even as a great in-between manicure choice if you usually go for brighter colors.

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