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Community Level 4Hezoid


No spills but all the frills!

AdvantagesNo risk of leaks, smell isn't too bad, affordable.

DisadvantagesCan't be used on artificial nails.

"...buy it from Superdrug, and Superdrug only. Luckily it’s a nation-wide store and there’s usually a Superdrug store in every town, even small towns, so it shouldn’t be hard to come across a store, and the product itself. There is an online store finder where you can find your nearest store ( http://www.superdrug.com/storefinder.php ). As far as I know all Superdrug branches sell this particular product, I’ve never been in one ..." Read review

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Wipe Away

AdvantagesEasily removes nail varnish, relitively mess free

DisadvantagesLeaves hands greasy

"...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 "nourishing nail polish remover pads" which are said to contain added vitamin E and Aloe Vera come in a pink container, both are only ..." Read review

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Community Level 6Linzee


Perfect to abolish the polish!

AdvantagesCheap and non messy!


"...was a mad rush to Superdrug that lunctime. I usually use bottled nail varnish remover but then I remembered whatever I buy must fit in my bag. That was the large bottle out the window. I then looked at the nail polish remover pads and spied Superdrug’s own brand. I then looked at the price - £1.15. Sold. I didn’t have time to waste. On my return to work it was time to remove this ghastly nail polish. So I take out the bag comes the nail polish ..." Read review

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Superdrug Nail Polish Remover Pads - Perfect Removers!

Advantagesquick and effective way to remove nail polish


"...it’s branded! '''*The Purchase*''' I discovered Superdrug Nail Polish Remover Pads a few years ago as I wanted something compact to take on holiday with me rather than taking the whole bottle of nail polish remover which just takes up additional space in my suitcase. I was pleased to find Superdrug Nail Polish Remover Pads on a rare trip to Superdrug and thought the small lavender coloured pot looked “nice”. “What does she mean by nice?” you might ..." Read review

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Community Level 4Dalbx


Superdrug Nail Polish Remover Pads: Brilliant pads and saves time!

AdvantagesEasy to use, very moist and conditioning!


"...have a little look around Superdrug and came across these nail polish remover pads. As they were a good price and came in a cute little packaging, I thought they would be ideal and it also saved me some room in my suitcase. -- Appearance -- The packaging is what instantly me attracted to these nail polish pads. The pads come in a gorgeous lilac, circular pot with an screw able lid. The lid keeps the pads secure from drying out and ..." Read review

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Nail Varnish Remover Pads review

AdvantagesA resonably priced, great working product


"As I usually shop in Superdrug many of the products I buy are from there. But instead of buying bigger brand products, I now buy and use Superdrug’s own products. They are cheaper products, but having said that I find that they are brilliant products. So this review is on Superdrug’s ‘Nourishing Nail polish remover pads’. As it is stated on the little container, the pads contain Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. This product really appealed to me as I do ..." Read review

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Community Level 4lozloz


Wiped away

AdvantagesCan be used anywhere


"What they look like ********************** They come in a round plastic tub approx 4.5” in diameter, with instruction on the bottom of the tub. Pads are approx 4” in diameter and white. Each tub consists of 40 pads. How to use ****************** The packaging says to use one pad on five nails and after a few seconds wipe away individually. I tend to do each nail individually, using the same pad and then go over them again with a fresh pad. Warning ************** Keep ..." Read review

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You wouldn't know that I had ever painted them

AdvantagesDoesn't stink the room out, removes all trace


"...I bought them from Superdrug since that was where I happened to be when I decided I needed some but I am so glad I did. There is now no trace of the polish on my nails or the skin around my nails as is usually rubbed onto my skin by other removers. My nails feel soft and not at all dry. Also, I've always found that I've had stinging when I remove nail polish from where the remover meets where I've bit of skin around my fingers when I'm nervous. Not ..." Read review

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