Cutex Nail Polish Remover with Nail Whitener Reviews
Product Type: Cutex in Beauty
Description:Brand: Cutex / Type: Nail Polish / Subcategory: Aesthetics / Suitable for: Nails / Gently whitens the nail tips /
Newest Review: ... at actually removing nail varnish, especially if you have a couple of layers on. Cutex is much kinder to your nails, the ... more
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Customer Cutex Nail Polish Remover with Nail Whitener Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/12/08 (Very useful, 336 readings)
When it comes to nail polish I always tend to opt for the cheapest one in Boots or my local supermarket. However since I've started to look after my nails and actually pay to them done I've learnt that the cheapest one is not always the best... as with so many things in life! In fact, very cheap nail varnish removers which are quite poor quality can actually damage and dry out your nails severaly, leaving them in quite a poor condition. After throwing out my three bottles of nail varnish remover that in total had probably cost me about £1.50 from Bodycare I decided to invest in a half decent bottle. Now the place where I go for my nails did try to sell me a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Being a regular user of nailvarnish - it's not often my nails see the light of day! - I swear by this stuff. I have used various other nail varnish removers in the past including many shop's own brands but I really do think this is the best and is worth paying a little extra for. At around the £2 mark (depending where you shop - Superdrug is usually the cheapest for this) for a 200ml bottle it's not the cheapest bottle on the shelf, however, you are paying that bit extra for a far superior product. Many nail varnish removers just seem to strip the nail itself of all moisture, leaving them dry and not in great condition. Also some nail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
A 200ml bottle of this Nail Varnish Remover costs around £2 from your standard high street stores such as Boots and Superdrug. Cutex is a well renowned brand, and is sold in almost all healths stores, hence it is evident that any product belonging to Cutex would be expected to be well up to standard. I tend to have painted nails all the time, and although it is recommended to remove nail varnish from the finger nails every week and from the toe nails every 2 weeks to prevent staining, I tend to just allow the nail varnish to come off by itself and when it chips enough, I use nail varnish remover to take it off. Due to my bad habit, my finger nails ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
The best nail varnish remover I have ever used. It's not massively expensive or fancy but the Cutex nourishing nail polish remover is the best I have ever used. It works to remove your nail varnish and to me is great because it's strong and works quickly with jsut one swipe of a cotton pad. This nail varnish comes in a plastic bottle with a screw top. It is highly flammable so do be careful where you store it and who has access to it. It's very easy to use. Basically you just apply a little liquid to a cotton pad and swipe it over your fingernails. What I like about this nail varnish remover is that it actually has an ok smell. SOme other nail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
This is a good basic nail varnish remover. The cost is about £2 for a bottle. The remover is effective so a bottle will actually last for a long time as you only need to use a modest amount on cotton wool to be able to remove varnish from 10 fingers and 10 toes. It has a nice fresh smell (or as fresh a smell as a remover can have) and feels nice to use as it does not dry out nails or cuticles, although I find it is good to moisturise nails and hands after using any remover as they do also strip the natural oils away from your skin as well as the varnish. It is supposed to whiten nails which I think it does a little bit but this isn't ... Read the complete review
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