Asda Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Nail Polish / Subcategory: Aesthetics / Suitable for: Nails
Newest Review: ... more so than the Boots own brand remover I was using prior to this. There is very little information on the bottle other ... more
Customer Asda Nail Polish Remover Reviews (8)
by - written on 17/05/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I'm sure nearly every woman and probably some men will have a bottle of nail varnish remover tucked away in a drawer and I am no exception, I love it when I have time to shape and paint my nails properly and as it doesn't happen very often I see it as a real treat. My issue is that as soon as I do my nails they are chipped as I'm forever catching them and therefore the nail varnish remover tends to come into play pretty quickly. When I finished my last bottle I was only going to the local supermarket so decided that I would buy it there as I knew if I didn't get some I would forget I needed it so I ended up with Asdas brand, obviously it is sold in Asda and it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
In a previous review, I talked about how I tried Asda's nail polish remover pads. When these failed miserably, I wasn't going to be put off by the Asda own brand so I thought I would give the regular nail polish remover a go. The bottle is see through with purple text and a purple screw top cap. The liquid itself isn't truly clear but it has a slight lilac tint to it, although this wont stain or discolour your nails in any way. Price and Availability A bottle of Asda nail polish remover will set you back around £1. When you compare this to the price of a similar branded product, you can be looking to save around half the price. I did look at other nail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
At the moment Im really into wearing nail varnish. I used to always get a full set of acrylic nails but of late it is becoming more and more difficult especially with christmas coming up only around the corner. Nail varnish is now something I use on a regular basis and of course what goes on must come off aswell. I bought this asda nail polish remover for a nice 69p for a huge 250ml bottle, which I am sure will last a very very long time! You only ever need enough to cover a cotton pad and that usually does both hands (or sometimes feet). The packaging of this nail polish remover is pretty simple to understand and looks ok. It doesnt look too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09, updated on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 201 readings)
I really do try to look after my nails but I don't mind admitting to you though I do bite my fingernails down pretty terrible and my toenails are really discoloured, chipped and basically peel off if I'm not careful! I try all sorts of treatments on my toenails but they are a disaster area! However cos I'm conscious of how shabby they are I do try to cover a multitude of sins up by using nail polish cos I don't know about you but I can't go out baring bare nails as I can't bear them lol! Because of the chips and cracks in said toenails I do need a really good nail polish remover to try and get stubborn colour out of places it shouldn't be residing. I saw this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I am writing this review partly out of frustration and partly as a bit of a warning to others. If you'd asked me maybe 2 or 3 weeks ago which nail polish remover I would recommend, I would have said any will do as they're all pretty much the same. Having bought budget brand nail polish removers for many years and always found them to work well, I honestly believed there was virtually no difference between brands, until I tried this atrocious offering from ASDA. I picked up a bottle of ASDA's Skin System nail polish remover with my weekly shop for just £1 for 500ml. Presented in a clear bottle housing a lilac coloured liquid, the packaging looked basic, but no ... Read the complete review
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