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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.
Might be convenient to throw in my purse but I wouldn't buy these when I can get a bottle of remover for a buck.3
What a neat idea! I have seen other products like these such as the twist off remover or soaked pads. This finger glove was presoaked in polish remover, ready for removing on the go! The only things i noticed that i would complain about was that it had a really strong smell (which most removers do) and that it felt reallllly cold on the skin. But other than that, it was a pretty cool product! I actually used it to take off the polish on my toes. I had a base coat, pink color, top coat, and black shatter/crackle polish. It went through all 4 coats with a breeze and left my nails looking bare! perfect.4
I'm a big nail art geek so this was definitely a very exciting sample for me to try out. I usually just use the regular drugstore nail polish remover, however, I did really enjoy this product and would not mind purchasing it.5
these would be good to keep in your purse or suitcase for traveling...a little pricey compared to what I usually use but I am glad I got to try the sample.3
It smelled good, but didn't seem any better at getting nail polish off than cheaper stuff. I wouldn't want to use it on the go because it made my hands sticky.3
This product didn't work quite as well as I was hoping it would. The tiny "mitt" is very convenient. And I really really liked the smell of this (for a nail polish remover, I mean). But it said one mitt would clean all 10 nails, and that wasn't the case for me. It only worked for about 7 with the polish I had on. Luckily I got two samples in my box and I'm glad I'll get to try this again.3
Very handy to have in your bag should you have a nailmergency!5
I really liked this product since I absolutely love glitter polish but absolutely hate trying to take it off. This made it so much easier! While I enjoyed my samples, I don't think I'd purchase this product--it's just a bit too pricey for nail polish remover.4
I enjoy the smell, I can pick up the lavender smell right away. However, the acetone smell was still too overpowering. I also like the mitts concept; however, I can't use it as a mitt if I have my nails are done on my hands while I need to remove my toe polish. On the package, it says that 1 mitt cleans all 10 nails. That was not the case for me. It took me 2 packages to clean my 10 toe nails. Personally, this product is not for me. I can go through hundreds of packages in a matter of a year.3
I like that the packets are thin and easy to carry in your purse or pack away into a suitcase for extended trips. Each packet contains one individual mitt. You can see the list of ingredients displayed on the back of the packaging. The next two ingredients after the acetone are aloe vera extract and glycerin, so I knew straight away that the remover pads would be moisturizing. The package says that one mitt can be used to clean all 10 fingers, so I decided to test it on my nemesis: glitter nail polish.
Overall I liked the Stripper To Go polish remover mitts. While most of the time I can use my pads and remover at home, this product is really nice to have on hand for traveling on vacation or any other instance where you canâ€™t really carry a nail polish bottle and cotton pads with you.
The lavender scent is noticeable but not unbearable, itâ€™s actually quite pleasant! And this is coming from the girl who usually hates floral scents. :-P And other than having to use the foil method for tough glitters, these remover pads really do their job of efficiently removing your nail polish while moisturizing your digits. :-)
I think the price point is a little high though. You get 6 mitts per box which averages out to about $2 per mitt. I can usually buy a 6-8 oz bottle of remover for the same price. Though if youâ€™re only using them for traveling (and you donâ€™t plan on changing your manicure constantly) you can make the 6 mitts go a long way if the polish youâ€™re wearing is easy to remove (remember, 1 mitt has the ability to clean all 10 fingers).