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Sunday, September 27, 2015

NOTD TIP: REMOVE YOUR OLD NAIL POLISH USING MANICARE'S MOISTURISING NAIL POLISH REMOVER PADS, FIND OUT WHAT I THOUGHT WITH MY REVIEW!

 HAPPY WEEKENDS ALL! 

I hope you have all kept busy and productive! This week I looked to test out Manicare's Moisturising Nail polish remover pads. 

Here's a cool NOTD Tip that I'd love to share with you all. 

NOTD Tip #1 For on-the-go purposes and when you literally have NO time to remove your old nail polish, a good and easy to that would be to use Manicare's Moisturising Nail Polish Remover pads. 

The Manicare's Moisturising Nail Polish remover pads come in a pack of 32 pads, so there's almost a month's usage right there. The good thing about this product is that they smell amazing and come in Coconut or Floral scented which gives you a choice to take your pick! How the product works is that the Nail Polish Remover pads provide your nails with a moisturising and scented alternative to your regular nail polish remover that you would use. For our regular nail polish remover, I do find myself sniffing too much of it which can be quite overpowering - but thanks to Manicare's new scented moisturising nail polish remover pads, it has made my nail polish removing session much pleasant. 

The pads are very moist and have been formulated to really remove all the traces of nail polish without that strong smell of nail polish removers. If you really think about it, this is better for you because you're not harming your health system with harsh smelling products which may not be safe in the long-run. Also, the nail brightening formula also looks to moisturise and nourish the nails using Vitamin E and is acetone free.  

When testing it out by removing my old nail polish, it has definitely looked working amazingly and removed all of it effectively. Plus, for a nail polish remover, I can truly say that it smelt really nice. Afterwards, your fingers would feel a little greasy but I don't mind it because I would just wash my hands afterwards thoroughly. 

As for the packaging itself, I think it's such an efficient and effective way to have the nail polish remover pads in because it's made ideal for travelling and on-the-go purposes. Or like myself, I usually tend to pop one of these in my handbag in case I want to remove my nail polish at work or when I am out. (It's really handy to have around) 

I would say this is a girl's holy grail when it comes to using these by the Manicare range. They're so effective and useful to have around - and you can even share this around with your girlfriends. When your nails are dried after removing the nail polish, it will feel super nourished which is always a great thing to consider when it comes nail polish removers. 

WHERE TO PURCHASE: 
  • RRP $4.95 
  • Check out Manicare's official website to see their latest range: http://www.manicare.com.au/
  • Available at Priceline, Big W, Kmart, Myers, Target and also leading pharmacies. 


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Have you used the Manicare's Nail Polish Remover pads yet? 

Let me know if you have...and what you thought of these xx

Happy reading all! 

Cheers,
Livia x
 
Thank you MANICARE for supporting me for this review. My reviews are based on my personal and true experiences. I only recommend products that I truly support. 

2 comments:

  1. I sure have! The Coconut ones are my jam. I can't stand the smell of normal nail polish remover anymore, so I use these to remove nail polish + Kit's moisturising nail polish remover (kinda expensive, but it smells like lemons & it's good) to do any tidy-up work/remove any leftovers.

    Did you know that Manicare have collaborated with We Are Handsome on a whole bunch of nail stuff recently? They've got 2 different limited edition packs of nail wipes in Melon Sorbet & Pineapple Crush. I've bought both, but haven't used them yet as I'm going through my current coconut ones. The melon ones smell the strongest/best out of the 2, I couldn't really pick up much pineapple smell from my jar. I'd love it if they made them part of the permanent range.

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  2. Hi Seashells, thank you for stopping by! The Coconut is indeed, awesome!

    As for their collaboration with 'We are Handsome' - that does sound quite interesting and I will definitely look to try that out. I mean, lemon sorbet and pineapple crush - they already sound fruity and amazing!

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