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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 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
I don't know, this product just isn't for me. I just wasn't impressed with it's performance and although it's nice to be biodegradable and "eco-friendly" that doesn't make up for it not working well.2
I was excited to be able to play around with a new nail polish remover, especially when it's convenient and ready to use on the go. The packaging says that one packet is enough for all 10 fingers but I had a serious problem with mine even being enough for 5 nails. I don't know if it was just the try of nail polish I had on that made it hard to remove (1 coat of a bronze revlon nail color) or if this product just isn't strong enough for all nail polish. I didn't really find it much more convenient than using regular nail polish remover and cotton balls then because of this.2
It's convenient to carry in your purse but I would much rather just use liquid nail polish remover.2
I like the convenience of the product. It does smell better than regular nail polish remover, but I feel like it does not work as well. I really had to rub to get all the polish off.2
Not a fan of the brand! Kind of weak in most of their products.2
Right as I opened my box, I was super excited about the nail polish remover pads since I needed to remove my polish that moment. As I opened the package, I did notice the amazing smell of the pads. They had a tuscan orange scent according to the package, and they were exact on the smell. But as I started to try and remove the nail polish, nothing seemed to come off until I brutally scrubbed my nails. It was quite hard to remove all ten nails with one pad. Con was how hard it was to remove the nail polish. Pro was the smell and how conditioning it did feel on my nail afterwards.2