Review: Ebelin Professional Express nail polish remover16:55
I needed to write a review about this product, because once you get it, you'll never want to use the regular nail polish remover again. And the fact that it's pretty affordable, it won't hurt either. Read more to find out why is it so amazing and why you need it asap!
There's been a long time since a product made such a good impression on me. For the first time I used this, I couldn't believe how easy removing the nail polish can be. I am one of those persons who hates, and I mean HATES, removing nail polish. I love doing designs and changing my color often, but when it comes to removing it... It's just not fun and it takes to much time.
This Ebelin nail polish remover is not one of its kind. There a lot of similar ones from other brands. What I like about it, is the price, 1.99€ for 75 ml. I think it's the cheapest I found in our drugstore.
It's a bottle and in it is black sponge. The sponge has a hole in the middle into which you can put your finger and swirl it around, so the sponge takes of your nail polish. The sponge is soaked with nail polish remover, which doesn't contain acetone. I find the sponge to be really nicely soaked and think that there's a lot of nail polish remover in the bottle. So once it starts to get dry, I'll just shake the bottle and the sponge will get soaked again. The bottle is also a very friendly bottle. I know this one is going with me on holidays:).
I love the extremely easy system. You just take a finger, dip it into the sponge and voila - no more nail polish. The only thing I would change is make the hole a bit smaller. It's a bit big, which means when you try to swirl the nail left and right, the sponge swirls with you. I then tend to pull my finger up and down, so the nail polish gets in touch with the sponge more.
It cleans the polish really fast and really easy. I've also tried removing layers of nail art designs and it did it well. It takes longer to remove it, because it removes layer by layer, but it's still quicker then using a regular nail polish remover with cotton pad. The only thing that it's hard to remove with this one, is glitter. But glitter is hard to remove with any nail polish remover.
The nail polish remover has a specific smell, which I can't decide what it is. It smells very sophisticated to me, almost a bit too much for a nail polish remover. I would say it reminds me of a perfume, maybe some sort of unisex perfume:).
I highly recommend you purchase this one, if you have a chance. It's time saver and probably nerve saver, if your impatient like me. It's affordable and does the job really well. One of those products that I see myself repurchasing it over and over again.