The Best Nail Polish Removers of 2016: 34K Reviews
Based on 33,854 Influenster Reviews
Remove smells lightly of lavender and doesn't leave a chemical scent behind. It removes even the toughest glitter polishes, with a little work, without leaving my nails and skin feeling dry. In fact they always feel moisturized after I use it. The flipper bottle is also a nice addition. It means there is no tipping the bottle upside down to get the product out. Which also means no messed up nails. Simply place the cotton ball/pad on the top and press down. Perfect amount of remover, no fuss! I really don't know why I didn't try this product sooner. It's a must have for any serious lacquerista! Zoya also has deals on the larger bottles of this that can be used to refill the flipper bottle. I quite possibly stock pile them, because I love the product that much.
Luckily, I now have this gem! I can now go home, grab a cotton round, and voila: my nails are back to their normal selves! No creepy bleeding colors at the edges. No dry areas. Happy, naked nails.
I've used cheaper nail polish remover before, and while it usually does the trick, I always feel like I have to load up on lotion to make up for it. Not with this stuff! I have no idea what they use, but my nails feel strong and healthy when I'm done with this. If we could just get the creators of this to come up with a love handle remover that works as well, we'd be set!