Boots Moisturising Nail Polish Remover Pads Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Pads / Subcategory: Moisturiser / Further Category: Polish / Suitable for: Nails / What it does: Moisturises,
Newest Review: ... product is a little pricey when compared to regular nail polish remover in liquid form however I am happy to purchase them ... more
Customer Boots Moisturising Nail Polish Remover Pads Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/11/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I hate nail polish remover, it smells so vile, even when I buy an acetone free version, this coupled with the fact I hate the feel of cotton wool means that I have to look for an alternative to removing my nail polish. I discovered these a few years back and I have used them ever since. The pads cost £1.50 and are available only in Boots. I chose the moisturising variety as I have really bad nails that are weak and like to peel and split. These pads don't contain any acetone and also have added vitamin E and lanolin to moisturise nails and provide nourishment. You can also get a conditioning version of these pads which I also use from time to time. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I usually use nail varnish removing liquid on a cotton wool ball or pad to remove my nail varnish but when I go on holiday I tend to buy the pre-soaked nail varnish removing pads as they save on weight in your case and will not leak. So when I was getting all of my toiletries ready for our honeymoon to Mexico I purchased a tub of the Boots Moisturising Nail Polish Remover Pads. The pads come in a small white tub which can easily be opened as they have a screw top lid. You get 15 pads in each tub and they are currently on sale for £1.50 in Boots store or on there website. This is not the cheapest nail varnish remover pads on the market but as I was in a hurry I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Prior to a recent trip abroad I wanted to take some nail polish remover with me but the thought of the bottle of varnish being broken and ending up all over my clothes in the suitcase, led me to try this little tub of pads out. - Price and Packaging - These are currently priced at £1.58 for 15 pads which works out at just over 10p per pad. More expensive than my traditional way of removing nail varnish but the convenience factor swayed me. The pads come in a flat plastic cylindrical tub with a screw top lid so very small and easy to pack. - What are they? - The packaging promises removal of nail polish without any fuss. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
A couple of months ago I was going away for a few days to stay in a lovely spa hotel followed by a few days in London, and I used my upcoming trips as an excuse to buy some travel 'essentials'. Of course, they weren't essentials at all, I was just trying to justify the fact I wanted to go crazy in Boots! One of the items I bought was the Boots moisturising nail polish pads. I thought they would be a good alternative to nail varnish remover since they were compact and there was no risk of spillage. There were two types available - conditioning and moisturising, and because I get really dry skin around my cuticles (and have the horrible habit of chewing around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/13 (Useful, 8 readings)
I buy Boots Moisturising Nail Polish Remover Pads to use on the go when I am travelling and always have a pack ready as they are just so easy and convenient to use. They come in a small circular tub which screws open and contains 15 pads. I find one pad is enough to take of the clear varnish I normally wear but if I have on a strong bright colour sometimes two pads are needed. The pack states that the pads are acetone free which is great news for your nails and they contain lanolin and vitamin e which for the condition of the nails. However, I do always wash my hands focusing on the nail area afterwards to ensure any chemicals have been removed. The ... Read the complete review
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