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Nail polish removers are usually either effective or gentle. Zoya’s Remove Plus is the rare product that manages to be both. Not only does this remover do the job in a jiff, but it even works to prep and condition the nail, which in turn helps extend the wear of your polish. We love the appealing lavender scent, not to mention the spill-proof pump dispenser, the Big Flipper.
I cannot stand the smell of this remover. I think it does not work as great as the drugstore kind, even though it is not as harsh on my nails.2
I bought this product primarily for the bottle. The pump dispenser is super handy. The nail polish remover is pretty good too.3
Hmmm; a little oilier than I had expected. That's not a bad things, as I do like that this has a bit of a moisturizing effect to the skin around my nails--I just feel like I need to wash my nails off after using it.
My biggest complaint is the dispenser--it squirts everywhere! No matter how tightly I hold my cotton ball/round against the opening, as soon as I press it down I've got dribbles of remover all over.
I think I would have preferred a normal bottle, where I could dispense it how I like.
Zoya never disappoints me. I fell in love with their nail polish a few years ago and never looked back. After loving their polish I decided to give their remover a try. It works wonderfully and the odor is not offensive! While I absolutely love their product, when I ran out, it was hard for me not to go back to the cheaper non-acetone removers for economical reasons. This is why I gave it 3/5 stars. It IS wonderful, however not enough for me to buy consistently unless there is a deal on the zoya website - which thankfully, often times there is!!3
This works quick and well, without too terrible of chemical smell and your nails don't feel strange after. But my roommate and I could not, for the life of either one of us, figure out how to correctly use the bottle. We ended up unscrewing the top and using cotton balls, but that is clearly incorrect.3
I like the nail polish remover but nothing really special about it compared to the typical one at the drug store. the spout is easy to use which I like3
The product does a good job of removing polish, although I can't say that I am convinced that it really does a notable job of prepping and conditioning the nail, although I would save that it does seem more gentle than the usual store brand.
The spill-proof pump would be awesome, except that mine doesn't seem to work and I have had to resort to removing the top and applying it to a cotton pad from the bottle directly. It did work, although not consistently in the beginning, but at this point seems to be a lost cause.
As I am a fan of lavender scented items, so I have to admit that when I just noticed that the description mentioned that it was lavender scented, I was surprised, I had not noticed it. I also haven't noticed a harsh smell like one might suspect, so at least it isn't unpleasant, if not noticeably lavender scented.
Removes all types of nail polish. Whether its glitter, chunky layers, matter, plain lacquer it removes it all gently and leaves nails clean and hydrated. Does not dry out my nails and its not hard on nails.3
Like the idea of the polish and its a pretty good polish at that, my only problem is it takes a lot of effort to remove the polish, more than I've had with past removers.4
It was not packaged well, so when I opened it some of it had spilled out. But it works really well. It doesn't take a lot of effort to get nail polish off, and doesn't smell as bad as some other removers. I haven't smelled a nail polish remover yet that doesn't have some sort of a yucky smell, so it's the best that i've tried so far.4