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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.
It says that one mitt should clean all 10 nails, mine did not. It removed two fingers worth of nail polish and after that it just wouldn't remove anything. Did have a nice lavender fragrance to it though.2
Heard this stuff would even take off glitter polish, for me that was completely false.1
This is a really nice product and works well, but seems excessive and wasteful when I can use regular nail polish remover for much cheaper5
I am unable to paint my nails for work, but I do use these on my toes. It seems a little much for my toes, so I don't use all of them at once. I wouldn't buy it because it's cheaper to just get a bottle of polish remover, but they do smell excellent!4
LOVED THIS! It isn't messy, works like a charm and doesn't stink. So easy to use and took the polish off very quickly. I believe you could get a couple uses out of each mit as they are very saturated. Very nice!!5
It's a great product, but I am not sure that I would actually need to carry around nail polish remover at all times. That's the only reason why I would hesitate to suggest it to my friends.4
Loved this product. Took even my cheap, stubborn polish off easily without irritating my sensitive skin.5
it took forever to take off 3 nails so i threw it away and used my regular jar2
I like the idea, but this didn't amaze me. I tried it first with a glitter polish and that was a not so great idea. The glitter gets caught up in the mitt. It did work better with a regular polish. I just don't feel that it's worth the price for me.2
Convenient and effective, but too pricey for a mundane job like removing nail polish.4