Sally Hansen Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Sally Hansen Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Sally Hansen / Polish Remover / Type: Nail Polish Remover / Subcategory: Nail Polish
Newest Review: ... don't find it drying, and it is very fast. Even the darkest polishes are completely gone in under a minute and without ... more
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by - written on 17/01/14 (Very useful, 11 readings)
----- General information ----- I have used many different brands of nail vanish remover, and have never been fussy about it. As long as it did the job of removing my nail polish, I was happy. About 6 months ago, I started watching youtube videos on how to create different nail designs, and so I would paint my nails every night, taking it off at least three times until I was happy with the result of my painting. It was around this time that I decided to get a nail varnish remover that would also help my skin, as the skin around my finger nails started getting pretty dry. ----- Why did I buy this particular brand? ----- I bought this brand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/13 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I decided a few weeks ago to paint my nails something I haven't done in a long time. My nails are not great and they bend and snap very easily. Usually nail polish remover makes this worse as it dries my nails terribly. I chose a Sally Hansen nail polish remover as it was described as moisturising on the bottle and also acetone free. The bottle cost me £2 in Tesco. I also noticed that they stock other nail polish removers by Sally Hansen covering everything from brittle nails to soft and weak nails. The nail polish remover is blue in colour and comes in a bottle with a screw off cap. The bottle states that as well as removing nail polish gently it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I am not particularly brand-loyal when it comes to nail polish remover. I usually use the little pots of wipes, but have found that they are not always effective at removing multiple layers of dark varnish - and as you need several of them to do the job, they are not particularly good value for money either. Because of this, I decided to try out a bottled nail polish remover, coupled with cotton wool pads, as an alternative solution. The bottle I chose was Sally Hansen Regular Nail Polish Remover. * The Product * Sally Hansen is a well-established US beauty brand which is probably best known for its nail products. They sell a range of different nail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I wouldn't say I'm loyal to any particular brand of nail varnish remover, since they all do the same job anyway. I usually just buy whatever the cheapest one in the shop is, and recently I got the Sally Hansen Acetone free Polish Remover in Asda. I didn't buy this because it was Acetone free, but because it was cheap, although it did make me curious about what Acetone is. ACETONE Acetone is a chemical typically found in cleaning products. It's also a component in superglue remover. Studies suggest that Acetone can be toxic when ingested or inhaled, and can cause irritation to the throat and eyes. I didn't know this about Acetone before, since I just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/14 (Useful, 4 readings)
I love this product! It is my everyday remover. I use pure acetone for glitters and glue remover, but everything else comes off with this stuff. I don't find it drying, and it is very fast. Even the darkest polishes are completely gone in under a minute and without rubbing. It cuts though two coats of strengthener, 2-3 coats of polish and a coat of seche vite easily. The only type of polishes that cause me any grief are super dense glitters but someone with more patience than I would probably be fine using this. A lot of people are turned off by the acetone content, but you do more damage to your nail plate by rubbing and pressing them when struggling with ... Read the complete review
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