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What’s better than Deborah Lippmann’s award-winning, sweet-smelling, totally effective lacquer remover? That same product in handy to-go packets—keep them in your desk for emergency chipped polish removal or tote them with you on your next trip.
I do not use products with acetone so this was not for me, but I like the concept.1
I really thought the little finger pad was a waste. It didn't remove my polish well and I needed to use my normal remover after I tried using this product. It did smell nice though. I would not recommend this product.1
The product worked well, but I wouldn't use it unless I was out on a trip or something and really wanted to change my polish. It was a nice bonus, but not something I think I would purchase or recommend since I don't really keep up with polishes. Not my thing, but worked well.1
I had hopes for this, I really did.
It smelled very strongly of acetone and I didn't get the "lavendar" scent at all. One mitt took off 5 nails' polish -- a nude color -- and did nothing after that. I'll stick to my cheap polish remover and cotton balls, it went much faster.
This mit provided a convienence but, not that great of a stripping of color. You really could use more than one for glittery poilish.1
The benefit of this product is that it does not smell like fingernail polish remover; however, i can never see myself paying so much money for polish remover. I would rather have the smell and save the money than the alternative.1
I love the idea of polish remover to go but only if it works well. Stripper To Go smells good but I only managed to take the polish off completely from 4 nails - 3 beige-colored ones and a holographic red - before it just started streaking. I have no idea how some people are actually able to take polish off all 10 nails with one mitt! I was happy to be able to sample the product but there are cheaper polish removers for those on the run that work better and are cheaper.1
I was excited to try this product as I have seen packs of them in the store. I was disappointed in the quality BUT must say that I used it to remove toenail polish that I had on as my fingernails were nail polish free. That being said the pad only was able to remove the polish from one foot and I had to get a separate cotton ball and nail polish remove for the other foot. It was nice to try but I don't think it is worth the cost.1
The nail polish remover pad worked for 6.5 nails. I was wearing base coat, 2 coats polish, a crackle finish and a top coat. It took at least 20 seconds for each nail and the pad didn't have enough "juice" to do all my nails. I didn't think it smelled any better than standard nail polish remover. Not worth the money.1
I was planning to stash this in my car after I got it in my birchbox, but I wanted to remove some glitter polish and it was right next to me so I thought why not. I'm glad I didn't save it, because I honestly wasn't that impressed. It doesn't smell *as* awful as normal nail polish removers, but it definitely didn't smell like lavender, just chemicals. It took all the polish off my nails with some scrubbing, but so does my remover. I didn't find it especially effective with the glitter, although I was mildly impressed with how I was able to do all ten fingers with one mitt. If this were much, much, MUCH cheaper I'd consider buying it just for the handy mitt shape and less-strong smell, but $2 each? Not even close to worth it.1