Paul and Joe Nail Enamel Remover ($15 for 3.3 fluid ounces) comes in a beautiful glass jar and is tinted pink! The jar is actually very hefty and sturdy. I’m definitely going to save it for other uses when I finish the product.
Nail Enamel Remover is a conditioning formula that thoroughly removes regular polish, glitter polish and nail art without damaging the nails. Ingredients such as sweet almond oil and jojoba seed oil hydrate and condition the nails for a smooth, soft finish. Nail color is perfectly removed, leaving the nails healthfully bare and ready for your next shade.
This product removes nail polish just as good as your standard drugstore variety, but it smells like roses. It is very gentle as well, and doesn’t leave my nails or cuticles dry, which is something very important to me. One of my biggest pet peeves about nail polish remover is that my cuticles are left burning and all of the moisture is sucked out of my hands. This product is very gentle and worth a try, if not just for the gorgeous bottle it is housed in.
I am a huge fan of Josie Maran’s beauty products, including the Bear Naked facial wipes. They smell amazing and the proceeds go to a good cause. Since I liked those, I decided to try the BearNaked Nail Wipes, which are grapefruit scented. The smell is very pleasant and natural, not cloying and artificial.
These portable three-in-one nail wipes remove nail polish, repair dry cuticles, and promote healthy nails—naturally. Acetone free and grapefruit-scented, Bear Naked Nail Wipes are infused with organic Argan oil to moisturize cuticles and support nail growth.
For $9, you get 20 wipes, which definitely adds up; however, they are moisturizing and your money goes to a good cause: the Polar Bear SOS initiative of the National Resources Defense Council.
Now, do they work? They do work, but I am not able to remove polish from ten fingers with just one wipe and need to use two if I am wearing a 3 coat polish. With less coats, I just need one. I love how gentle they are. They do not burn my fingers and they actually feel good on my skin. And how often does a nail polish remover smell good? Hardly ever!
I would purchase these again and prefer them for travel because the container is so lightweight, and it makes me happy that part of the proceeds go to a good cause.