Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Sorbet Hydrating Nail Polish Remover

Hi guys ! Hope you're having a kick - ass week so far. It's finally feeling more springy too... Yippeee !!!

Today I'm sharing my thoughts on the new Sorbet Hydrating Nail Polish Remover I picked up 2weeks ago. I got the Orange One (That contains Sweet Orange Oil ) . This specific polish remover is Acetone Free , contains Evening Primrose oil and a salon pump bottle (If you don't know  what I'm talking about.. I have a photo )



So what I love about this nail polish remover ...
This doesn't have that strong nail polish remover smell to it . I sometimes skip taking off the polish since the smell for me is headache inducing sometimes. This one smells fresh.. I can definitely smell the Sweet Orange Oil.. A big plus point. This is also a Hydrating nail polish remover.. So you won't have that super dry feeling you sometimes get with normal polish removers. 

I have to say the only downside is.. Since this one Acetone Free.. It doesn't remove your polish super fast. (And I won't attempt glitter polish with this remover ,  but will with the Pink Harden one in the range. ) But .. That's not enough of a downside for me to not love this polish remover. 

And it comes in a cute pump bottle.. 

The Sorbet Hydrating Nail Polish Removers comes in 3 colours.. A pink one (Harden nail polish remover.. This one contains Acetone and smells like Geranium Oil )  , a green one (Nourish nail polish remover and smells like Rosemary oil ) and this one and retail for R39,95 at Clicks stores. 

So will I repurchase ?? YES ! I love that the smell isn't headache inducing so I can change my polish more often. 

20 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting. I love acetone free nail polish removers too. Its very gentle for nails.
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  2. I have the green one.. DEVINE !! Best nail polish remover make ever !

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    1. The Green and Pink one is def on my wish list.

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  3. sounds great!
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  4. It seems pretty nice! And if it smells as well as you describe it it must be a good acetone-free nail polish remover option; the packaging is also a plus, that presentation is practical. It soundss nice the sweet orange oil, I guess that you can try the cotton&aluminium foil combo with this remover for glitter and see what happens, maybe it works and doesn't damage nails because of the oils in it. Very nice option I must say ♥

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    1. It really is an amazing nail polish remover. ♥

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  5. Your killing me Lynn.. lol.. Another item I now NEED ! Lol. It sounds great and I love the sorbet masks so will try this too

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    1. Hee hee hee. You will love this nail polish remover.

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  6. This is something I'd get JUST for the bottle and because I love sorbet! Hope our clicks gets it

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    1. The bottle makes this perfect doesnt it ?

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  7. Thats perfect for nail polish addicts like us ,,, xoxo

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  8. That sounds so nice! I like non-acetone nail polish removers, too, except for when I wear glitters, which is almost all of the time. My nails feel so naked without glitters! :-P
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    1. I have been shying away from glitters.. :( But I need to dig them out and bring then back.. lol

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  9. Will try as I hate a strong smell when removing nail polish

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  10. I purchased my one yesterday and loving it will be doing my review later today,I purchased the pink harden one,please follow my blog.

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