Nail Polish Remover Review…

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Every time I clean my nails, I always wonder what kind of nail polish remover do you guys use? Do you have a preference? Is it expensive? Scented? Unscented? that’s just few of what’s going on in my mind when I smell a polish remover.

So this time, I thought I’d share a quick post on what nail polish remover I like and dislike. I have two brands to talk about and both products are available at Walmart.

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First nail polish remover I have is from the brand called Equate. Incase you don’t know,

The Equate brand is the name of Walmart’s private-label line of health and personal care products. Equate’s over-the-counter healthcare and nutritional products are made by Perrigo Company plc, a leading global healthcare manufacturer and supplier that specializes in the store brand market.

this is 100% acetone and is 6fl. oz for only $.93 which is very affordable. I picked this up on a whim because I couldn’t find the nail polish remover that I was looking for.

Ingredients:

Acetone, Denatonium Benzoate.

  • Easily removes gel nail polish, nail polish strips, artificial nails and glitter polish
  • Professional strength
  • Quick, mess-free and portable
  • 6 fl oz of 100% acetone nail polish remover per order
  • Built-in brush to lift away artificial nails
  • Helps soften cuticles while strengthening nails

This comes in two varieties like;

  • Non-Acetone Nail Polish Remover
  • Nourishing Nail Polish Remover

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This Equate nail polish remover does removes nail polish easily and it smells like pure acetone (no more- no less).

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please excuse my nails…I purposely left my nails/nail polish this way to see how long my nail polish will last and this is actually it’s sixth week.

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The only downside of this nail polish remover is that, it left my nails feeling dry and delicate. As you can see on the photo, it also left a white mark on my nails after cleaning them off.

And that led me to my next nail polish remover…

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This is from the brand called Onyx Professional Salon Formula Strawberry Scent Nail Polish RemoverIt cost $2.48 and is 16fl oz, which is a huge bottle that will definitely last longer.

Ingredients:

Acetone, Water, Triclosan, Fragrance, Denatonium Benzoate, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), FD&C Red 28.

  • Conditions nails with vitamin E
  • Onyx nail polish remover, 16 fl oz, is for natural nails
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Used by professionals

They come in different varieties like;

  • 100% Pure Acetone
  • Soak Off Maximum Strength Gel Remover
  • Lavender Scent Moisturizing Formula
  • and more..

I really like this nail polish remover, it does an awesome job on removing the nail polish easily even the hardest nail products like glitter polish or glue (when I do some nail arts) leaving my nails feeling clean and happy. 🙂

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again.. please excuse this nails as they look really horrible.. hahaha

Another cool thing about this nail polish remover is the smell. It doesn’t smell like straight acetone and with a hint of strawberry scent too.

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I have tried different kinds of nail polish removers in the past but I always go back to Onyx Professional Salon Formula Strawberry Scent Nail Polish RemoverI felt like my nails are safe and healthy when I use this brand.

What nail polish remover do you use? care to share?

until

cyberhug

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6 thoughts on “Nail Polish Remover Review…

    1. MyStyleInsideOut

      I haven’t tried non-acetone either but as soon as this giant bottle ran out then I might… just might.. give the non-acetone a try.. hehe

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    1. MyStyleInsideOut

      Yes! I’ve tried that too before and it’s really good but I rarely go to Sally’s and Walmart is more accessible to me so I got ONYX. It works really well. 🙂

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