I love this remover. It is heavy duty. It removes glitter and helps me remover gel polish as well. (After a good soak of course) I always find it at Walmart and I buy the small bottle for under $1. You can’t go wrong in this salon like product. I recommend everyone buy this brand because it quality is there. It does dry out the skin around the nail, that is how heavy duty it is. So I recommend using a vitamin e oil or coconut oil to apply on the skin around the nails that way you don’t dry out your skin.
This nail polish remover is amazing, it works great every time I use it. I love the 4 oz version because it’s cheap but also portable. It last a long time because you do not need a lot to get the job done. Perfect for anyone who has trouble removing there nail polish.
This nail polish remover is so good. Once you wipe off the nail polish it comes off with one swipe. I got it at my local Sally’s beauty supply and it’s pretty cheap. I recommend to anyone who struggles getting all the nail polish off of there nails or toes.
Remove the nail paints very easy with little product. In addition to removing artificial nails, gel polish, nail glue among other things without mistreating the nail and leaving them shiny. It is the product that I always use when I have to remove nail polish or false nails, I recommend it 100%.
Onyx Professional Acetone Nail Polish Remover: Is quick to remove just about any kind Polish . I've learned a lil trick,put extra lotion on my fingers especially around my fingernails. Preventing the bleeding of excess of color removal going on my skin and staining my fingers :) Would recommend, price is very reasonable. Ready available at most department stores*
This polish remover works really quickly and easily. I like to buy 100% acetone products for the best results and this one is great. I bought a gallon jug of this to fill my current bottle. I really like this product. If you have an issue with strong nail polish remover smells, this isn't for you, but otherwise I highly recommend it. You can buy it at Sally's and it should last quite a while. It even works great for removing glitter polish!
I totally don’t have one complaint about this. I’ve used others before and they don’t hold a candle to this brand. I have a tiny bottle I bought for $1 and it’s lasted me months. I buy mine at Walmart and they have different ones this one removes glitter and artificial nails which are two things I use the most. It’s not only that I would buy this again, this is the ONLY brand I use!
Believe it or not this .98 cent stuff will take off acrylic nails!! It takes a while to soak them off. But this will do it. Just don't get it on anything plastic or furniture. It can melt it. I also used it to get a spot of spray paint off my arm. Works great at removing paint and isn't hard on skin.
So I've been doing my own nails for a while now, and I have a bit of an addiction to glitter coats for accent nails. But it's always so hard to get the glitter off! I've heard good things about this product but I'm wondering if anyone else has had experience using it with glitter polish? If so, how easily did it remove the product? Thanks!
I too am addicted to glitter polishes! But to answer your question, yes, this product works better than any other brand of remover I have tried. It doesn't immediately just wipe off, but put a bit of pressure on the nail when applying and it should come off easily. I would definitely recommend this remover over any other that I've used thus far.
I just bought some of this nail polish remover so I was wondering is it really good like it claims to be? because I have a hard time getting any type of gel polish or anything like that off with regular nail polish remover.
When you are working with removing Gel polish, you will want to use a file and scratch up the surface of the gel polish before using the remover. Once it's scratched - you can take a piece of foil and a small cotton ball dipped in remover and wrap the tips of your fingers with it and leave it on for at least 5 minutes. Then scrap off as much as possible and repeat with the cotton ball and foil. Soak another 5 minutes and it should remove it completely.
Do a quick Vaseline rub on your hands before and after. The acetone will eat through it (Ik sounds scary lol) so don't worry about it getting on your nails. However it will give a little extra protection to your skin.