Isn’t it just amazing how many of these whitening products are out on the market?
Up for review is Cuccio’s Sicilian Nail Whitening Paste. I wasn’t aware that Sicilian’s were known for their sparkling white nails, but hey, if they claim it works, I’ll try it. Cuccio’s Sicilian Nail Whitening Paste, CSNWP for short because I’m not typing all that again, is available at Trans Design for a mere $2.95 per tube. Unlike the ASP paste, it’s a completely full tube, otherwise, it’s quite similar.
As per directions, I applied the paste to the web brush and scrubbed both on top and underneath my nails. The smell was quite interesting. It seemed minty with an undertone of mold. Don’t ask, it’s what my nose identified. Fortunately, only the minty scent remained after I rinsed my hands.
Although I don’t think it did exceptionally well on yellow of the nail bed itself, you’ll notice the free nail portions do look whiter. I’m only testing whiteners based on a one time use, but I think I might pursue this particular whitener for multiple usage. Below are the end ratings I gave CSNWP.
CSNWP is one whitner in a series of whiteners which can be found here.