Sally Hansen is my absolute favorite drugstore nail care and polish brand. Their products are affordable, easy-to-find, and usually high-quality. I recently needed a new manicure/polish “clean up” pen, so I headed off to the Walgreens beauty aisle. While there I grabbed three Sally Hansen Quick Care nail pens. Each has it’s own use and since I waited for a buy 1, get 1 free sale, I really saved some money!
Sally Hansen Quick Care Growth Treatment - This click pen dispenses a clear, glossy coat of polish through a brush on the end. I loved the brush and the click-pen design; however the brush did get bent up and deformed after I had used it a few months. You have to be very careful that all the bristles are in place when screwing on the cap.
The treatment wore well and did seem to strengthen my soft nails. It also works great as a polish base coat!
Quick Care Cuticle Treatment Pen - This pen dispenses slightly-fruity scented oils through a rubberized tip with small “bristles”. You click the end of the pen until the formula flows through and then rub the product into your nails and cuticles using the bristles. It’s actually quite relaxing! And it helped reduce my hang nails and dry cuticles!
Quick Care Clean-Up for Manicures - Finally… what I actually went to the store to buy! I love small manicure pens like this. They are indispensable if you paint your nails frequently. The Sally Hansen version comes with a few extra tips that you can switch out when they get too full of polish. Plus, I’ve even refilled mine several times now using regular nail polish remover!
Sally Hansen Quick Care Pens are $8.99 each at Drugstore.com (*Right now they are Buy 1, Get 1 at half off!) or at your local brick and mortar drugstore.