Product Type: Boots in Beauty
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Boots Nail Polish Remover
Member Name: newby2
Boots Nail Polish Remover
Advantages: Cheap and works well
Disadvantages: none really
==Boots Nail Polish Remover==
I have recently been looking after my nails a little bit more and this means that I have been using more nail polish and need to remove this as soon as it chips. I am not terribly one for paying out for overly expensive nail polish remover which is why I picked up this particular bottle of product instead of the overly priced branded ones.
The Boots own Nail Polish remover comes in at a penny over £1 at 99p and you do get a good sized bottle which holds 250 ml. This is one of those products where you really don't need too much on a single cotton wool pad and therefore a single bottle will last me well over a year (but of course this depends on the use of different people).
The design of the bottle is pretty basic but really serves it purpose well. As with most nail varnish removers the smell of this product is really rather strong and chemically. The fluid itself is tinted purple and looks nice but the smell is still very off putting but this is not usual for the fact that it is a highly flammable chemical laced product.
I usually turn the bottle upside down a few times on a cotton wool pad to get the desired amount and with one pad I can remove all of the polish from one hand easily and efficiently. The nail polish remover does a good job at taking the colour of my nails without too much rubbing of going over of the nail. This is an acetone based product so of course it is no good for use on gelish or acrylic type nails as this will damage or remove them. On the other hand it can also be used for soaking off those said false nails although a good deal of fluid will need to be poured in to a bowl to pop your fingertips in.
The polish itself doesn't seem to leave the nails particularly dry or damaged unlike my last bottle from Poundland which seemed to take every bit of moisture out of the nails and leave them looking very white and in need of a drop of oil on them. The fact that this product also contains Linseed oil probably aids in the protection of the nail itself.
All in all as far as a nail polish remover goes this is a fairly good one. The price is very good for the amount you get and the fact that it seems to keep the nails in pretty good condition even after use. The smell is nasty but this is to be expected with this type of item and I can't really find fault with this product other than that so for this reason I feel that a top score of 5 out of 5 stars is well deserved and of course I would high recommend it!
Many thanks for taking the time to read.
I do hope that this has been of some help/interest to you.
Summary: a good cheap item
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