Recently I saw this nail polish remover in the DM stores and I decided to try it out, because usually Ebelin nail polish removers I find really good. Removing the nail polish isn’t really my favorite task; I hate to remove it with pads, because I don’t like the sound they make. You know what I mean? And, also, while I try to remove some red or black nail polishes, the skin around my nails gets colored. Removing a nail polish is a do must, but really I don’t like it.
I used to see nail polish removers like these, but this is the first one I decided to buy and try it out. So, the product comes in a small, a bit round bottle and when you open the lid, you see a small hole, and around the hole is a sponge. You use the product in a way that you dip a finger after a finger and turn it around so you remove the polish that way. And after you use it, you have to wash your hands, although I believe you do that anyway after you’ve been using the nail polish remover.
After I used this for the first time, I was really satisfied. I took the nail polish off with ease in a minute of time. After this, I was thinking that maybe I have some nail polish on that is easily removed, so I tried on the red nail polish, but the effect was the same. Again the nail polish color came off really easy. I tried this out also with a nail polish that has some glitter in it, and also there wasn’t too much of trouble in removing it. Maybe a bit harder, but still it came off a lot easier than with the cotton pads.
This nail polish remover dries the cuticle around my nails a bit, but this also happens with other nail polish removers, so I always use some oil after I finish removing the nail polish.
The only thing I don’t know at the moment is how much the bottle can last and how fast you spend it.
The product comes in a 75 ml bottle, and the expiry date is until May 2016. The price is 15.19 Croatian Kuna.
I’m really satisfied with this nail polish remover and to me is a real revelation. I really don’t know why I didn’t start to use nail polish removers like this sooner. I’m definitely going to use this one only from now on.
Ethyl acetate, alcohol denat, caprylic/capric triglyceride, parfum, glycerin, oryza sativa bran oil, aqua
Did you try this product out already? Which nail polish remover products are you using?