Sainsbury's Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's in Beauty
Newest Review: ... see the purple/ lilac liquid that is inside. The outside of the bottle has purple lettering which explains what the product ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Nail Polish Remover Reviews (9)
by - written on 30/12/07, updated on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I very rarely buy 'unbranded' products but we all get taken short from time to time and I was in Sainsburys and I desperately needed a bottle of nail varnish remover as I was going out that night and I picked up whatever was cheap and it happened to be this Sainsburys nail varnish remover. The Packaging.... A see through 250ml see through bottle (doesn't state that it it's recyclable, naughty Sainsburys tsk!) You can see the pale lilac liquid inside and on the outside of the bottle it has purple writing telling us it's Sainsburys and that it is a Sainsburys product, what it is, the size and that it has added conditioners. At the back of of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/07 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Sainsburys Nail Varnish Remover I donít often wear nail varnish, and never use the coloured stuff, mainly because itís just too difficult to remove it without nails looking stained and nasty. I have tried many different nail polish removers over the years and if it takes a lot of rubbing to get the stuff off, I give it up as a bad job and throw it away. Going through a French polishing stage required me to at least make the effort to remove the stuff, and since I do a lot of shopping at Sainsburyís, and needed the remover right then I bought this one. ~~~~Product and packaging~~~~ What can I say? Itís in a 250ml plastic bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/08, updated on 13/02/08 (Very useful, 506 readings)
AAAARGH my apologies for this...I have just realised that I posted this review under the Sainsburys nail polish remover! I can't read! I'm talking about the Superdrug nail polish remover...I'm an idiot! INTRODUCTION I am officially a nail polish addict. I have over 40 colours (I attempted to count them today and gave up at 40!) and they clog up my fridge as I desperately attempt to keep them at their best. Until recently I went to a school which didn't allow nail varnish (punishable by detention and being made to take it off with some horrible propanone from the science labs which burned your fingers) and now in my part time job I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/08 (Very useful, 39 readings)
This nail polish remover costs just over £1 which i suppose isnt bad for a large bottle like this but i dont think it is very good, dont get me wrong it will remove your nail varnish but it realy does struggle. My nails were painted a dark plum colour, it had began to chip a bit at the ends of the nails and looked horrid so i brought this nail polish remover to get the rest of it off. The bottle has a screw on lid which obviously you have to open, then i put a piece of cotton wool on the top of the bottle and tiped it quickly upside down and then right side up again there was a circle of nail polish remover on my cotton wool. I rubbed the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/08 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I just bought some of this as I had run out of my usual brand of those little pads that come in a plastic tub, and I was in the supermarket. So this is easy to get hold of, and cheap. Really pretty cheap - £1.20-something I think for a 200ml bottle. First thing to say about it is it does work. It gets your nail polish off. But it does struggle with thick, dark polish and you have to leave the cotton wool on your nail a few seconds then wipe off one nail at a time. With my usual pads I can often get away with one pad for a whole hand, but with this I needed a new piece of cotton wool almost for every nail if they were dark red, as it seemed to smear as much as ... Read the complete review
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