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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.
These polish remover packets worked well, but I prefer the Zoya standing bottle. Much easier to use.3
I liked the idea of an organic nail polish remover without acetone. The smell was nice, but I found that when I used the product I found it left a sticky residue on my nails. So, if you don't mind that it may work for you, but not for me.3
I removed dark purple nail polish with these and I used about 1 pad per hand, but then needed a third to get the remainder color off of the skin around the nails. It smelt great, but not sure if having to use three for each nail polish removal may add up in cost.3
I love that it's free of harsh chemicals. I love the scent. I love that one pad cleaned all 10 of my nails (multiple coats, base and top). Here's where my issue comes. Did it turn anyone else's nails yellow? I have the second sample that I'll travel with in a pinch, but considering the state in left my nail in, and the weird texture they had after (for weeks, not just immediately), especially when it claims to condition them, I wouldn't use them unless I was going to immediately cover them up with another color. And sometimes, I like just going bare. I may be a rare case in this, though. Wanted to love it, but just didn't. And for the price, it's not worth risking again.3
I didn't feel there was enough moisture on this product. It wasn't enough to even finish one hand3
I found the formula to have a strange feel to it that I did not like. I loves how it removed my polish and left my nails conditioned. The scent was alright... better than acetone for sure. It was not able to remove glitter polish.3
I love the idea of the pre-soaked pads instead of using cotton balls and a container of remover, and I've used some in the past that I really enjoyed.
From my experience, acetone-free removers just don't do as great a job as removers that actually contain acetone.
I wear a lot of dark polish and glitter polishes, so I really need something a little bit stronger. I would recommend using pads like these, but not necessarily this brand, and definitely the kind that contain acetone if you want to quickly and easily remove polish.
The smell of this polish remover is much less offensive than others, but it took 2 pads to remove the polish from all 10 fingers. I love the product, but I wouldn't spend that much money of nail polish remover.3
I was thrilled to receive this sample in my box because I change my nail polish frequently, and I thought this would be perfect to change my nail polish on trips away from home. Although I loved the smell and convenience, it was difficult to take off the polish from all ten fingers with just one pad. I tried it on a darker colored polish, so it might be more appropriate for light colors.3
This is a great product but I currently use one that I like that is less expensive. If the price was comparable and it was something I could get locally I would think about them.3