Boots Conditioning Nail Polish Remover Pads Reviews
Product Type: Boots Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Pads / Subcategory: Polish / Aesthetics
Newest Review: ... used a remover wipe do not out it back in the tub as it stains all of the others and from there on they stain the nails next ... more
by - written on 07/11/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I regularly paint my fingernails with a variety of shades which are predominately quite dark, favouring shades of blood red and dark purple amongst others. Whilst I adore this look, I do find that wearing such dark colours can cause 'bleeding' of the colour during it's removal which is highly annoying and irritating. Not only that, but I find these colours can often 'run' easily from the fingernails when the colour is being removed and this causes the dark colours to stain the fingertips. This is rather time-consuming to correct, as it requires the use of copious amounts of nail polish remover lotion together with huge quantities of cotton wool, before the stained ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I bought Boots' Conditioning Nail Polish Remover Pads one day when I worked at a cafe and suddenly realised on the bus to work that I'd forgotten to take my nail polish off after my day off - and polish was absolutely forbidden. So I rushed into Boots, and decided that these would be the easiest and quickest option. They definitely were, and there are certain situations in which they are very handy, but I wouldn't pick these as an everyday option purely due to the price. These remover pads cost £1.50 for a pack of 15 - this isn't much cheaper than brandname ones, as Boots charge £2.10 for a pack of 20 Quickies brand pads. Still, it's at the cheaper end of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/10, updated on 24/10/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
These Nail Polish Remover Pads are handy, because you don't need to purchase separate nail varnish remover, as well as cotton wool to help remove your varnish, because the nail varnish remover and the applicator come together here, to form one handy product. The pads come in a purple disk-shaped plastic container, which is quite solid and very durable. You can take a pad out of the plastic tub, remove your varnish, throw the used pad away and then put the plastic lid back on the tub with the remaining pads in it - safe in the knowledge that they won't dry out or lose their function - because the plastic tub ensures that they retain their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Product These are round thin pads which have been soaked in nail varnish remover. They come in a small round tub with a screw on lid. The ones I have are acetone free and there are 15 in a pack. Opinion When it comes to make up routines I generally go for the quick and easy option. Nail care is no exception. It takes long enough to put nail varnish on, I don't want to spend 5 minutes having to take the blooming thing off! The instructions for these pads are to wipe each nail with a single stroke of the pad, then work back through each of your nails in turn with a firm rubbing action to remove all traces of varnish. I find that it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Although I know it is cheaper to use cotton pads and a bottle of nail varnish remover, I find that a little pot of ready made pads are much easier and worth the extra, small expense. So, I took a trip to Boots and bought their Conditioning Nail Polish Remover Pads. The little pot is white, with a light blue lid and is very simple. It is easy to get in to as it has a twist top, keeping the pads nice and moist and free from the air. The pot cost £1.40, which for 15 pads is roughly 10p a pad - not the best value! However, the pot is easy to slip in to your handbag, and takes up so much less room than a big bottle of remover and a pack of cotton wool ... Read the complete review
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