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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.
Loved this product, lasts forever and smells wonderful. Works great on my nails and left them feeling great. and not dry like usual.5
This is the greatest invention ever!! These are so effective & so convenient. A stash of this in your purse is a must!5
This nail polish remover is like a little sleeve for your fingertip. You put it on and rub the nail polish remover pad over your nail. It is a bit messy, the pad drips a little. I didn't notice the scent becasuse remover has an overwhelming scent of its own. I didn't think it was necessarily worth the price.3
I was a little skeptical when I first opened this product. How is this tiny thing going to take the polish off of all 10 fingernails? But it did and still had enough power to take off the polish on my toes as well. I'm hooked.
These would be ideal for anyone that travels. I will be keeping them in mind for gift baskets for my friends. How great would it be to add a few of these in with a fun nail polish and a cute emery board?
I really enjoyed this idea. I hate chipped nails!
The pads aren't quite strong enough for a full set of nails, which is a bummer. Also, if you have darker nail polish, this may not suffice.
Would love to see this with a little thicker package.
It is just like any nail polish remover. Of course it is very handy and portable, so it is great for travel. But other than that nothing special.3
I finally got around to using this product last week and I must say, I'm not particularly impressed. I agree that it's practical to have a ''go packet'' of nail polish remover but honestly, this smells like nail polish remover and who uses that stuff at the office or in public?
It might be a good idea for someone who travels a lot since it's compact and leak-proof but I didn't find that it smelled/performed any better than standard acetone-free nail polish remover and cotton balls.
Unless you're racking up the frequent flier miles, I'd skip this one.
a little pricey, but these are definitely worth trying. I probably won't buy, but loved the sample in my BB!4
I loved everything about this product - the fun shape, the portability, the not-so-toxic smell - EXCEPT that it went dry before I finished getting all the polish off my nails. I ended up adding my usual remover to the pad to get my last two nails.3
One fingertip mitt wasn't quite enough to remove 5 fingers' worth of glittery polish, but I'm sure it'd be fine for regular polish! I didn't like how soggy my fingertip felt (obviously the one inside the mitt) inside. I love Deborah Lippman polish, but I'll probably stick to traditional nail polish remover.4