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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.
Smell was good and definitely a good addition to my travel bag but the price does not justify its convenience. A cotton pad and some acetone will get the job done for a fraction of the price.2
I tend to get gel manicures, so these little wipes aren't enough to remove my polish. They smell fairly nice for nail polish remover, but I'll stick with Essie's brand.2
This odorless product effectively removed the polish quickly and smoothly. Unfortunately, the color rubbed off on my hands and stained my cuticles with the dark shade.4
these were too small not enough to get all polish off1
I like the acetone free products but it took forever to take off all the polish. It was just ok, I like wearing red color on my toes and that's probably why it was hard to get the color out. If you wear lighter colors it might be a great product.4
I love the fragrance, very citrus like and it did remove most of my nail color but the cuticle areas still had some nail polish left. The pad was not as wet as I would expect, so maybe that is why it wasn't as effective. If you use neutral or light colors, this would be good but for me that use dark and intense colors, I don't think it would be powerful enough to remove it all.4
PROS: pleasant scent, works well in removing even dark colors, the cloths don't dry out too fast (which I was worried about), and doesn't dry my cuticles out as badly as regular polish remover.
CONS: the cloths are a little small - especially if removing a dark polish color. Maybe I am being stingy trying to use just one for all 10 fingers, but I'd like to maximize use. For $10 they are a little expensive... compared to just buying a bottle of remover.
Yes, it works. But why would I spend 10 dollars on 20 uses when I can get a bottle for about 3 dollars. Doesn't make sense and the sample size was pointless. Hated this.1
This has to be the best polish remover by far. I love the single packets; carry one with me always. Nice scent and I really like that it conditions too
These removers have a very nice scent, but the price is a little too high for something that can only be used a few times.1