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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.
Smell like any other nail polish remover. Not very effective. Hard to use. I'll stay with drugstore liquid nail polish remover bottles.2
I felt these stripper to go packets were great, but feel that there weren't enough in the box for the price in my opinion.2
Gets the job done, but nothing to run home about! Perks are that it is a little less messy, that it smells good, and that you can grab it and go for last minute emergencies. But when it comes down to it, this product overpriced for what it is.2
Yes, it does remove your nail polish. Yes, it has a sweet smell. I don't think I would ever purchase these packets over my regular bottle of remover and cotton balls. Too fussy!2
good idea, and I guess if you travel a lot this would make more sense, but combo products (that cost a premium) are not always practical for the bathroom2
I didn't see the big deal with this product. Yes one mitt got all the nail polish off, but I didn't really see any benefit over using drug store nail polish and a cleansing pad.2
It was entirely too wet and left polish color stain on fingers and dripped too much for me. I prefer the old fashioned cotton ball where I can control how much remover I need.2
I was excited to try this product from my January birchbox because I love to paint my nails. I was happy with the product for the first 5 nails it removed the color from but disappointed when I was unable to finish the right hand.
I was wearing Ciate nail polish which can be thick and unforunately all of nail remover soaked into the glove and ised up on the left hand.
Had to scrub and scrub to get my glitter polish off...polish remover and cotton balls do a much better job!2
I think these little inventions are overrated. They are basically 2 dollars each and just for the ease of having it in you purse, I think I can save myself 10 bucks and buy cotton balls and acetone at my local beauty shop and wait to take my polish off until I get home. This is just my opinion though. Better luck next time Deborah Lippermann2