O.B.I. nail polish remover( Melon flavoured)
In this post I'm gonna review another product from Born Pretty store. As I already wrote in the title I'm going to tell you something about O.B.I. nail polish remover ( No.2 on the picture below)
To tell you honestly, I really didn't expect a product like that. I imagined that the pads inside will be approximately as big and thick as cotton pads I usually use for my nail polish removal, but they weren't. Here is a size and thickness comparison (I'm sorry for the crappy fist picture):
|O.B.I. pad is on the left, and normal cotton pad is on the right|
|Thickness comparison: The thinnest is O.B.I. pad and the thickest is a normal cotton pad|
It was really finny when I was holding the pad, since I'm not used to such thin pads, but I got the hang of it pretty fast.
This was my first surprise, but that wasn't all. When I opened the round box I expected to get a strong smell of a nail polish remover combined with a melon smell, but there was only a pleasant and soft melon smell. My first thought was: There is NO WAY this thing will remove nail polish from my nails!, but I was wrong again. It removed nail polish easily and really fast, and the best part of it, was(besides a pleasant smell) that it is full of oils so it didn't dry out my nails as removers usually do.
I used 3 pads per hand . And you can see that I tried my best not tu use them a lot since I'd like do use them again. and again and again....
One package contains 32 pads and it will probably last me for 5 removals.
On the picture below(another crappy picture!) you can see how my nails shines after the removal, and I swear that I didn't apply anything on my nails.
Also I'm sorry for the badly stained nail , I still haven't found a base coat that would prevent the yellow stains on them.
The price for one package is 1.65$ which is not a lot for 5 removals that don't dry out your nails. I strongly recommend this to you, because it doesn't smell bad, it removes nail polish really nicely and doesn't dry out the nail. What else do you want from a nail polish remover?
Coming up next: the crackle polish !