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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.
This is not a product I would buy. It felt greasy and did not take nail polish off easily.2
I used one of the sample pads to remove red nail color. I did not feel like one pad was enough to get the job done for all 10 nails. The red color bled onto my skin staining it to where I had to break out my acetone polish remover to finish the job. I am all for a more natural product, but this one just did not work for me.2
IT WAS A NICE NAIL POLISH REMOVED TO TRY IT CAME IN HANDLE WHEN TRAVELING TO HAVE A SAMPLE SIZE2
I attempted to use this on my gel nails, but did not have any success.2
This would be a good product for someone who travels a lot. It's convenient packaging would be great to slip in a makeup bag or purse. But for everyday use the packaging is wasteful for one use and the cost is too much.2
I am constantly changing my nail polish on the move so I was super excited for this. I got the polish off of one hand after really working to get it off and by the time I got to the other hand I was just rubbing my finger nails. Eventually most of the polish came off, but with the amount of work I put in, I'll just stick to the cotton ball and bottle of remover.2
The smell and packaging of this remover is great but it did take a lot of scrubbing to actually get polish off2
There is a reason I only use pure acetone to remove my nail polish, and that reason is because acetone-free removers don't work very well, at least not without a lot of scrubbing. This is no exception.2
These work well but you need a few of them to take polish off all of your nails. May get expensive to use all of the time.2
I tried these to take off my nail polish and while it started out okay, and definitely removed some of the product, the overall results weren't worth it. I would have needed several of the cloths in order to remove all my nail polish. I finally ended up just using my regular nail polish to finish the job.2