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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 love the convenience of these! I feel so at ease knowing that if I get a chip I can just easily pull one of these out and fix it right up. No matter where I am!5
These are the best polish removers! Totally remove old polish quickly, without a nasty, strong smell.
So easy to use, and great for travel, or for anytime.
These make removing nail polish super simple and quick! My only gripe is that they are pricey for just a box of 6.5
Smells good and doesn't dry out your nails.
I love all Debra Lippmann. They do tend toward high end, but worth the indulgence.
These polish removers worked amazingly. I don't like painting my nails too much, mostly because I hate trying to take the polish off. But with these, it was so easy. I just slipped my index finger into this cotton like "finger mitt" and the polish came right off with one stroke. There was no bearing down or having to press my nails hard to get the polish off, I only had to go over them with this remover once because there was no polish left on my nails after. I highly recommend these to anyone who wears a lot of nail polish!5
This stuff is awesome. Rub it once and your polish is gone! Perfect for a quick fix, change of color or a necessary pop to an outfit with a repaint. I was hesitant at first because of the price but well worth it! Carry one in my purse for emergencies:)5
I really liked this, it smells great and it removed nailpolish, even the darkest ones, very well. The shape is so convenients. I would happily repurhcase.5
They removed all my polish and even those sticky nail polish strips by sally hanson. Love this brand and all her products.5
Smells so very delicious! It's also not obvious at all and doesn't fill the room with fumes. I definitely recommend!5
I was curious what a 'finger mitt' would actually look like and suppose it makes sense, though it is smaller than I thought. The little mitt literally only covers your fingertip, but does have good absorption and enough polish remover on it for about one hand. It's a great option for keeping at work, for when you really just need to get that nail polish off quickly.
I am not able to get dark polish off all 10 nails with just one, but it probably would be sufficient for something not that dark.