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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 are great when you travel or in a pinch but nothing something I would use every time I do my nails because you go through too many!4
It's really weird to say that this nail polish remover actually smells good. What I really like about it is that it gets glitter off and it doesn't leave my nails looking dry4
Took my toe polish off without the smell -- an overall success.4
Sample is great to keep for on the go or at my desk just in case. Not something i would use normally but good for emergencies on the go4
This product worked well, but I'm way to cheap to use these. My drugstore brand remover works well enough with cotton rounds and some cuticle cream and moisturizer afterwards.4
Was able to remove bright pink nail polish from both hands with one package, but I do wish it was a little bit bigger. It smelled a bit like an orange martini which was interesting.4
I received two samples of this product in my June 2015 Birchbox. As someone who often paints her nails (and gets manicures), this product is definitely applicable to me. It smells great, which is awesome considering how awful the $1.99 CVS-brand nail polish remover smells. You don't need cotton-balls. The first time I used the sample is was to remove a very light pink-colored nail polish from my finger nails (Essie's Mademoiselle). That was great - very convenient and effective. However, I used the second sample to removed a darker purple color from my finger nails and I found that this product was not as effective at removing the polish. I ended up reverting back to my CVS-brand nail polish remover to get my nails clean. Overall, really convenient and smells great.. not necessarily as effective as regular nail polish4
This did take more work to remove nail polish than an acetone-based polish remover, but it was a nice not to smell acetone everywhere, too!4
I was surprised by how well this product worked. I was skeptical, but I used it to remove glitter nail polish, which we all know is the worst. It worked and it's good for nails. Winner in my book!4
Used these for the first time tonight. Sneaks fresh and does a wonderful job.4