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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 smelled really nice and were convenient to use... but as far as REALLY taking my polish off. I needed about 2 and a half per hand. They really didn't cut it for me.3
This smells wonderful, not at all like normal nail polish remover. It also left a little moisturizing effect on my nails. They were not all dry like they normally after after removing polish.5
Smelled good, no awful NPR scent, but really not something I want for the price. I would stick with drugstore brands for savings.3
I loved the idea of travel nail polish remover pads, but I didn't think that they were very effective at all!4
I'll be honest, I didn't think these wipes would be effective. I was totally wrong. They were given a tough task in removing my nail polish, which included roughly 4 coats, including a glittery polish (you know how hard those can be to remove). I was able to do all of my toenails with one wipe, though it was looking a little ragged by the end. If you're looking for a highly portable way to use an acetone free remover, these would be worth your money.4
These were okay and it was nice to have a nail polish remover that doesn't smell terrible but I didn't think they were terribly effective.
but I had to use two pads so get all the polish off. I think they would be good to have for travel but I don't know that I would buy them for day-to-day use.4
These little pads are great if you have a spare hour to remove your nail polish. They smell good and leave your nails looking shiny, but it takes FOREVER to dissolve the polish. You just have to press it onto your nail for a while then eventually start gently rubbing it to get all the polish off. I was in a hurry when I used this the first time, so I ended up just trying to peel most of the polish off to save time.3
I love the convenience of having a nail polish remover in travel friendly packaging. And they are awesome to keep in your purse.5
I loved the smell that these little pads omit but was disappointed that when taking off a dark polish it doesn't get all of the color completely off. I ended up using both pads that were given as well as my regular polish remover to get the remainder of it off.5