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When we first started painting our nails, we relied on bottles of acetone to whisk away old polish. Nowadays, even the thought of inhaling smelly fumes is enough to give us a headache. That’s why we’re hooked on these biodegradable pads. Instead of chemicals, they’re soaked with a sweet-smelling citrus solution that clears away old polish and leaves our nails moisturized and conditioned.
I made the mistake of trying to use one pad for all ten of my nails while at work. NOPE! Blue nail polish -> ZOMBIE HANDS. What a mess.
Smells lovely -- the best remover I've ever smelled -- but this is at the cost of efficacy. Took a lot of work to get my polish off one nail (not even glitter). It took two pads to get all ten nails and I still could use another. I could only see using these if I could afford one pad per nail.
The Deborah Lippman Stripper 2 Go pads are much better, even though they don't smell as nice.
The wipes smell nice but were not effective at all. I was only able to remove the polish on one nail with one wipe.2
I thought this was going to be a great/easy way to take my polish off, without the mess of regular remover. I was not a huge fan! The product left my hands feeling greasy, and I had to use about 4 per hand to get it off, and it didn't even get all the (dark) nailpolish off. I had to go back over it with regular remover. They did smell great though, but I think I will stick with regular polish remover!2
I got this in my birchbox and I loved the smell and how soft my nails felt afterward. But It took forever for the reside to come off. I washed my hands and still it wouldn't come off. I tried using nail polish after washing my hands and two hours later it still smudged the polish when the polish usually dries instantly.2
I was so excited to try these. I'm always looking for new nail polish removers that aren't harsh on my nails. The smell was a nice change. Sort of orange scented. Certainly better than acetone.
I was taking off a white polish and this wipe only smeared around the polish and left a terrible oily feeling all over my fingers. I had to use regular polish remover to take it off.
I would never purchase these.
Amazing smell. I loved it. Yet as i was using it the wipes fell apart and i barely removed 10 nails wipe 2 wipes.2
I thought the smell of these were wonderful, but the wipe inside the packet was too dry to remove my nail polish from one hand. I'm super bummed because I bought these from birchbox without sampling them first. I used three of the twelve to remove polish from one hand then gave up and used my regular drug store polish remover. The rest of the box is just taking up space in my bathroom. I'm hoping maybe I just got a bad box and these little guys aren't always this dry. I don't understand all of these great reviews.
These are neat. But it's not enough to sway me from the cotton ball/q-tip + remover combo.2
This was a great idea, just not that great of execution for it. It may work fine for regular nail polish, but it does not take off sparkles top coat stuff. One of the pads was not enough to take everything off my toes like the packaging led me to believe.2
This was probably the item in my birchbox that i was least excited about.. just don't paint my nails that often. and i usually wait for it to chip off instead of using nail polish remover. oops.2