Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 30
Rated 5 out of 5 by UTVols72 Beauty Secrets Professional Nourishing nail polish remover
This nail polish remover is the best remover that I have ever used. It takes only a small amount to take your polish off and it moisturizes your nails also. Wonderful product.
September 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by LizEdits BEST nail polish remover
This is the best nail polish remover available anywhere at any price. There is nothing bad about it at all. Nothing. It removes polish quickly and fully without a ton of rubbing. It doesn't smell like a toxic waste dump. And the value is incredible, especially in this age when most companies seem to be charging by the molecule instead of by the ounce. I keep this large bottle on hand and refill a smaller bottle for easier use. I have to say that Sally offers the best manicure supplies of any store, and that includes both brick-and-mortar stores and websites.
March 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skria LOVE IT!
I hate nail polish remover as much as I hate depilatories. Both stink.
NOT ANY MORE! You can't buy Veet at Sally's but it does have a new rose scent that's great. And, I swear, this polish remover smells like strawberry's.
Also, I had been using left-over non-acetone remover which NEVER worked on my regular nails. This stuff takes off 6-8 coats of regular polish pretty quickly.
8 coats!? Yup, I use 3-4 coats Week 1 and add another 3-4 coats Week 2, to get a longer lasting manicure.
December 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PolishLvr My Favorite!
This is the best remover. It quickly and easily takes off any polish. My polish collection is over 700 with many brands and it works on them all. Where the test really comes in; Glitter! This removes it better than any other brand I've tried, without having to use pure acetone. On some glitter you may have to leave the cotton ball/pad on a few seconds. Here is another tip to help with hard to remove glitter. Unroll a cotton ball. Tear off 10 (or the amount you'll need) small pieces about the size of your nail. Dip them in remover one at a time and lay on your nail. By the time I'm finished with my second hand, the first is ready. I use a new cotton ball/pad with remover and begin working on the glitter. Only the toughest glitter will require much effort at all. This is easily done at a table. Cover work area with a towel to prevent remover from getting on anything. I keep a small amount of remover in a separate* bottle, pour some in the cap, and dip the tip of the small pieces in it, it soaks it up rapidly. I also use that method to dip my clean up brush. Just wipe off excess on the side of the cap and clean up any mistakes. Inexpensive eye liner brushes work well for this.
*I kept the bottle from a drugstore remover I had tried.
April 8, 2014