I have always wondered whether there is a easier way to remove nailpolish than the traditional nailpolish remover with a cotton bud? I found it. The Sally Hansen Kwik Off Salon Formula Nail Color Remover with Vitamin E and Chamomile, safe for sensitive and artificial nails. I bought this a few months ago and love it.
This is a tub that has a sponge in it and nailpolish remover liquid soaked in the sponge. To use it you put your fingernail in one of the three holes that look like a cross shape in the sponge and rub your nail against the sponge to remove the nailpolish. It take a few seconds to remove your nailpolish. It does take a few tries to get use to it and know how to move your finger around to get the nailpolish removed off the entire nail. The sides of the nails are the hardest but if you work out how to use the sponge in the correct spot, its easy.
Sally Hansen say: The easiest, cleanest way to remove polish from dry, brittle nails. Advanced, three-hole sponge design makes polish removal simple and fast. Advanced formula rapidly removes all traces of polish from your nails. Essential nutrients help promote healthy-looking nails and cuticles. Nails are left moisturized, healthy-looking, and ready for their next nail treatment.
I really think this is a great idea as it is easy to use and quick. The product doesn't have a strong smell and as this has Vitamin E and Chamomile, my nails feel soft and clean after using it. I have tried this with many different nailpolishes and I usually have about three coats of nailpolish on my nails and I find it removes them all well.
I bought the Sally Hansen Kwik Off Salon Formula Nail Color Remover from Priceline for $8.95aud.
What do you use to remove your nailpolish?