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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 nail polish wipes are convenient, but they aren't very effective. Using a cotton ball and a bottle of nail polish remover is easier, cheaper, and creates less waste (because the wipes are individually packaged).2
This product works extremely well and I bought the full size after I tried it in my Birchbox! A must buy!5
I love everything about this product; the smell, no animal testing, biodegradable, and it actually works. I plan on buying this forever.5
Great idea for a sample - I love the smell of them!5
These would be great to have on hand for traveling but not so effective for home use. It took multiple pads to get polish off.1
This is great stuff-- you can almost guarantee you'll get through both hands with one sheet. In the past I've struggled to get all the nails cleaned with one cotton ball or other sheets like these. and they leave your nails with a nice shine after-- not that dried out feeling you get with regular remover. Would definitely buy after sampling. and no messy pieces of cotton stuck to your fingers5
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