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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.
For nail polish-remover, it smells good. I like the idea of the mit, too. It didn't work 100%, though. It worked great on my first 5 toes, but when I went to do the others, it's like the formula ran out of power, and the polish wouldn't budge. I had to get some of my regular polish-remover to finish the job. Darn.2
I was really excited to try the Deborah Lippmann the Stripper to go product. The product said one mitt would take off all ten nails. I only got polish off 6 of my nails. It seemed to try out somewhat quickly. The product said it had a lavender smell I could only smell all the chemicals. This product is a great idea and would work great if you are on pressed for time and need to take off your nail polish then this product would be great for you. I think it would be good to have for emergencies but I will be sticking to my regular nail ploish remover.2
It was easy to remove nail polish, smelled good, but I can't recommend because it left my fingers very dry. That's an auto no-go.2
I dont foresee ever spending money on this. I always take the time to make sure my nails are well done. If I need to remove the polish, I do the regular cotton ball and polish remover.2
Product dried up before I could get my nail polish off. I was left with two fully coated nails and one nail with half of the polish taken off.2
The product didn't seem to take nail color off that well. Really had to scrub to get it to work. Convenient to have for my quart size carry on bag for air travel, but otherwise would just get the drugstore brand for regular use for the money and effectiveness.2
This is a great idea, but I wouldn't send the extra money.2
This product would be great for travel or on the go women. It has a very low odor given that it is for stripping nail polish off of nail surface. I did notice that it really dried out the surrounding cuticle. That was easily fixed with some oil and lotion.2
I was really excited to try this product because I'm always painting my nails so I thought this would be a fun product to try. However, it did not remove the polish from all 10 of my nails- just 9, but the polish wasn't entirely removed from the nails. I still had to go back to the good ole cotton ball for the last nail and thoroughly remove the polish from the rest of my nails. Maybe it's because I have longer nails? I see why this product would be great for other people since it's small, easy to pack and travel. But not for me.2
The "stripper" doesn't smell as harsh as nail polish remover from the bottle, but I don't know if the price is worth it. It did work on a glitter polish, and a dark purple.2