Superdrug Nail Varnish Remover Pads Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug makeup
Description:Brand: Superdrug / Type: Pads / Suitable for: Nails / Contains aloe vera and vitamin E
Newest Review: ... need to worry about any spillages, so for travelling these really are ideal. Inside the tub, each wipe is very thin, and it ... more
Customer Superdrug Nail Varnish Remover Pads Reviews (13)
by - written on 13/03/08 (Very useful, 273 readings)
With the amount of nail varnish I get through it's essential to have a good product that allows me to remove the varnish when it's time for a change, I've never really got on with liquid removers usually spilling them, occasionally loosing their lids etc etc so I decided to try out different styles of nail varnish remover pads and have come to be a fan of Superdrug nail polish remover pads. Coming in a small round tub with an unscrew lid you get 40 or so cotton like pads which are infused with the nail varnish remover. There are 2 specific varieties available, there is the original "nail polish remover pads" which come in a lilac container while the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~ Travelling light ~~~~~~~~~~ I recently went away for a week and did my best to take as few bulky bottles of toiletries as I could! As I didn't want to pack a whole bottle of nail polish remover, which I was sure I would only use once or twice, I picked up this little tub of wipes in Superdrug. They cost £1.39 for 20 wipes. These ones have added moisturisers and are acetone-free, but there is another 'normal' version available for the same price. ~~~~~~~~~ Skinny wipes ~~~~~~~~~ The wipes come in a tiny, light tub that took up no room at all in my luggage, which is exactly what I wanted! I also didn't need to worry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/12 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I like to paint my nails myself, but of course once they start to chip away and look tacky I can't stand them anymore and the colour has to come off! I normally use a bottle of nail polish and some cotton wool pads but last time at my sisters she had these pads and I found myself conformed! They come in a little plastic pink tub and it states they are nourishing pads with aloe vera and vitamin e, with a slightly updated pink packaging with a black strip and the Superdrug star logo. The tub contains 20 pads and it costs £1.39 per tub. To me this seemed rubbish value as I can get a big bottle of nail polish remover in the 99p store and probably get more than 20 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Superdrug Nail Varnish Remover Pads-with aloe vera and vitamin E! I never really use nail varnish remover pads, I usually just use the nail varnish remover and some cotton wool. But, when I came across these, I thought it was a brilliant idea. Not just Superdrug do these- most places do them! They come in a little cute container and I would say there is around 20/30 pads inside. All they are is little pads soaked in nail varnish remover which makes it easier and more efficient to get nail varnish off! They are very nourishing (they do not dry your nails out or cause them any damage) and they have aloe vera and vitamin E in to protect. They quickly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I bought these little nail varnish remover pads for £1.37 in Superdrug. Sometimes it is necessary to but travel size accessories, simply because you are on the go. In this case, I was travelling and did not want to carry a big bottle of nail polish remover with me. Imagine the chaos it would cause if one of those burst open! Your clothes and everything would be totally ruined. Not only that, but te weight of a bottle of nail polish remover against a small handy size tub for travelling..no competition really. So I thought it was a very good idea to take these rather than a bottle of nail polish remover. A bottle of nail polish remover would cost about £1.00 ... Read the complete review
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