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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.
The packaging states that one pad cleans and conditions all 10 nails--I thought "Yeah right!!" I had on dark grey metallic polish and immediately went to work. The fragrance is the first thing you notice--beautiful fresh orange smell, maybe a little strong but not offensively so--absolutely no polish remover smell! But that pad is still pretty small and I wear dark colors with several coats. Sure enough, it cleaned each one of my nails and fingers without leaving any polish behind! Seriously impressed!! This is a true on the go product. One caveat: it does leave a slight greasy feel behind...I guess that is the conditioner. Can be wiped on a tissue to remove if you can't wash your hands. Cuticles definitely don't feel dry after using this product.5
These are nice and travel-sized, but I can find something just as effective at the drugstore for a fraction of the price. Nice as a freebie in my box, though!3
What a clever idea! We have facial wipes, why not nail wipes? I love the fact that this item is no mess-no fuss for removing nail polish. Its simple and works well. I was able to sit in my bath tub and remove my toe nail polish with ease and not have my toes and hand reek or nail polish remover. After I tossed the wipe, my bathroom didn't have a lingering smell of nail polish remover!5
I opened the sample packet to find a decently sized cloth that was damp, but not soaked, in the product. I thought "good luck, little guy" because my nails were painted Russian Navy by OPI (which is very dark, almost black) and an OPI top coat. I honestly didn't think the cloth had enough product on it to get the job done. Well, I was wrong. The packaging says that it is good for 10 nails. I was able to get all 20 of mine completely cleaned off before I was done with it. And it smells soo much better than other nail polish removers!! I was pleasantly surprised by the scent and I love that it's made with all natural ingredients. I will definitely be purchasing this product once it's back in stock. LOVE IT!!5
I opened the sample packet to find a decently sized pad that was damp, but not soaked, and I thought "good luck, little guy" because my nails were painted with OPI's Russian Navy (a very dark navy.. almost black) and an OPI top coat. I honestly didn't think that it had enough product on it to get the job done. I was soo wrong! The packaging says it will remove the polish from 10 nails.. and I was able to get all 20 of mine completely cleaned off before I was done with the pad. And it smelled soo much better than regular polish remover! I was pleasantly surprised by the scent, and I love that it's all natural ingredients. I will definitely be purchasing these once they are back in stock. LOVE this product!!5
These wipes weren't effective enough for me. Granted, I did use it on glitter nail polish, which seems to take a bit more effort to remove. The smell was fantastic and I do feel like they conditioned/moisturized my nails, but I don't think they are far superior to the standard SuperNail remover I use.3
This product does remove your nail polish but... it's not the best nail polish remover pad out there.4
The packaging is nice and the scent is so much better than normal nail polish remover, but one pad only took off three nails of color.2
I liked the smell of this and it worked fine, as long as you're not looking to remove glitter polish with it. But most polish removers can not handle glitter except pure acetone, so I'm not holding that against this remover. For any other polish I think it would be just fine. I like that's portable and non spillable. I will defintely get in the future.5
I can always use nail polish remover, however, I just purchase the bottle...and use my little cotton pads. I wouldn't be against the individual pouches, just feel you get more bang for you buck with the bottles.4