Boots Expert Clean Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Nail Polish / Suitable for: Nails
Newest Review: ... from Boots. It was the cheapest on the shelf, at £1 for 250ml. I think I bought it last summer and still have half a bottle ... more
Customer Boots Expert Clean Nail Polish Remover Reviews (7)
by - written on 15/02/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I don't buy nail polish remover very frequently as I don't paint my nails with bright colours much. However, I always have a bottle or two handy just in case, and one of the ones I have is Boots Expert Clean Nail Polish Remover. The bottle is quite simple in design - plastic with a screw top lid and big, clear writing on the front. You can see the bright pink liquid inside in, and it holds about 150ml. 150ml will last me literally months and months, and as the bottle is quite tall you do look like you get a lot for your £1 something (sorry I can't remember the exact price). As nail varnish removers go, I would say this one is pretty average. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/10, updated on 24/09/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I have naturally long nails and like to keep them looking their best by giving myself a mini manicure once a week. I vary my nail polish according to my mood or outfits, and have a huge selection of shades to choose from. It all has to come off in the end though, and I like to have a reliable nail polish remover that can clean the colour off quickly and easily. I have recently been using this Clean Off Nail Polish Remover from Boots, which is part of their Expert body care range. It's available for the cheap and cheerful price of just £1.25 for a 150ml bottle. Boots say: "Change your nail colour as easily as you change your mind with Boots Expert Clean ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
When I started wearing nail varnish properly I was fourteen and went for the coolest colour there is - 'Black'! I wore this shade all the time until pretty recently when I started wearing all different bright colours sometimes too :o) I like neon colours, colours that stand out and look really good together, bright blues, vibrant purples, that kind of thing, but they can be difficult to remove without a decent nail varnish remover... This is where Boots nail Polish Remover comes in at 99p a bottle it's a bargain for 250ml of lilac coloured solvent! The bottle is plastic with a bright pink lid (yak!) and is safe to use for up to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 183 readings)
*Introduction* My preference when it comes to removing nail polish is to use those fantastic little pads that you can buy in little pots that are already soaked in nail polish remover liquid. Unfortunately, these are a little on the expensive side which is why I bought Boots Expert Clean Off Nail Polish Remover. I had used Boots Expert Conditioning Nail Polish Remover after I had false acrylic nails and wanted to build up their strength again but this was out of stock so I decided to give this bottle a chance. *The Claim* You can change your nail colour as easily as you change your mind with Boots Expert Clean Off Nail Polish Remover. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I rarely wear nail polish on my fingernails these days as I find being a busy mum to a toddler means that it chips and ruins as soon as I put it on. I can't stand looking at chipped nail polish so I find it better to leave off altogether or just apply a clear varnish. However, in the summer months I do like to apply coloured varnish to my toes as this looks nice with open toed shoes and sandals that I wear a lot of over the summer. Therefore, I have been using more nail polish lately and, hand in hand with that, more nail polish remover. The nail polish remover that I am currently use is this one from Boots. It was the cheapest on the shelf, at £1 for ... Read the complete review
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