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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.
Overall, I really like this product. It's a cute idea, and easily takes the nail polish off. Great for travel or just to have on hand, a bit pricey though considering you can buy an entire bottle of nail polish remover for less than $5.4
I haven't used this product yet, but I've been carrying it around in my purse since I got it in my birchbox, just waiting for the right time to use it. I'm usually a nailpolish picker, so I'm hoping that having this product will stop me from picking my polish off!4
I liked the sample and the fact that it is a little finger mitt. It would be nice to have 5 for all 5 fingers. It does a great job of soaking off the nail polish.4
I like the concept of a purse packet/travel packet, but didn't like the thin paper nor the shape. Just a packet with the remover on a standard cotton pad would have been better. The shape was just gimmicky.3
Perfect amount of remover in absolutely perfect size package. Removed polish so quick and easy. I was very impressed!! This is a must buy!!5
Great product for traveling, and I like the scent a lot.4
Overall, I thought it was a nice product, but I'm fine with regular nail polish remover so it's not something I would buy. Still nice to know about though!3
This product was my favorite in my box. Been looking for something to stick in my purse for on the go and these were awesome! They took off all my polish even my glitter which can sometimes be a pain.5
This was a great product, you didnt have to sit there for countless minutes rubbing the paint off. It came off within seconds. :)5
I like the idea of a "mitt" instead of the usual cotton balls, and the idea of it being portable is nice too. It's definitely annoying when my nails start to chip and I can't stop picking at them all day. BUT, I just don't feel like it's worth the money, considering that just about every woman already has nail polish remover at home. As annoying as it is when my nails start to chip, I am fine waiting a few hours to take it off at home. While not a bad product idea, I don't think it's worth the price to buy myself.2