Enliven Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Enliven in Beauty
Description:Brand: Enliven / Type: Nail Polish / Suitable for: Nails
Newest Review: ... product comes in a grey semi-transparent bottle with the branding logo of Enliven on the front. It has a purple plastic lid ... more
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Customer Enliven Nail Polish Remover Reviews (6)
by - written on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I really cant understand why this nail varnish remover has been given such bad reviews on here and in turn such low ratings. I have spent a lot of time trying out many different methods of nail varnish remover and I have found this one to be the quickest and best - just shows that people have very different opinions on products! I wear nail varnish and false nails all the time so a product like this is a necessity to me and I tend to buy a bottle of this every time I go shopping just in case that ever happens and I really only tried this in the first place because it was cheap! Turns out its cheap and does the job really well. Useful Information: Price: ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
The one product I always forget to buy is nail polish remover, so I was constantly borrowing the stuff from my mum and my friends. One day my boyfriend came back from the nearby Premier shop with a bottle of Enliven Active Care Nail Polish Remover, and fed up with walking around with chipped nail polish I eagerly went to try it out. -Packaging- This 250ml bottle isn't the most sophisticated out there, but it tells you everything you might need to know (apart from the little graphic which tells you how many months you should keep it before replacing it - unless this doesn't apply to nail polish remover?). The bottle is a see-through white colour, meaning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08, updated on 29/10/08 (Very useful, 208 readings)
One thing most of us girls don't give alot of thought to is nail varnish/polish remover. Well ok... I don't! I own bottles of the stuff that I stash all over my house and it's something that bares so little importance to me, and is so cheap that I'll just be mooching round a shop and I'll just think oh I'll get a bottle just in case. The thought of being stuck with chipped nail varnish on or something fills me with the horrors and has even made me wake up in sweat lol. I never buy expensive nail varnish remover. I did only once way back and it was was a Carex one or something and was quite expensive for a small bottle. It smelt very odd and not like nail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/13, updated on 09/07/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I think this nail varnish remover is brilliant. When looking at the other reviews for this product I can't help but disagree. On average a woman buys a nail varnish remover just to get rid of their weekly nail varnish and this is pretty much what this product does. Apart from if you accidentally get it on varnished surfaces. In this case it can be used as a great paint stripper. Personally, I paint my nails once a week and take it off every Sunday. So you might as well say I also use this product once a week. I find it works well. It strips nail varnish within 10 seconds maximum. If you leave the cotton wool soaked in this liquid over your nail for 4 seconds then wipe it Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I had to write a review on this as I have used this product once and was not best pleased with this. I think this was picked up as i had ran out of my normal stuff and was used for and emergency. This is first is very reasonable cost but i very much think that on this you pay for what you get. I literally had to scrub my nail polish to get it of when using this stuff. I dont know what it was missing but a simple job that normally takes about five minutes to do actually turned into about 15 minutes and even after that i still struggled to get some of the polish off. On the positive side there is not really a bad smell ... Read the complete review
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