Nail polish remover pads from Ebelin: a review

Ebelin Nail Polish Remover Pads review beautyholics.co

I love the idea of always having in my purse nail polish remover pads. I suppose I am not the only one that can’t stand chipped nails. When it happens I feel like I could bite my nails just to get the rest of the nail polish off.

The truth is that you can’t know about a new nail polish how easily it chips or after how many days. I made the mistake of using a brand new one on a morning when I had a meeting after work. I had chipped nail polish on two of my nails after only 3 hours. Talk about Murphy’s laws…

So I took advantage of my lunch break and I went to a DM nearby. The goal was to buy something to get rid of the rest of the nail polish. I noticed these nail polish remover pads on the shelf in a box that is just perfect to carry it in the bag at all times.

Ebelin Review Nail Polish Remover Pads beautyholics.co

Characteristics of the nail polish remover pads from Ebelin

Description: The nail polish remover pads ebelin acetone free with a fruity fragrance act gently and thoroughly and are especially kind to the skin. Testing the artificial nails compatibility on a small spot. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep away from children.

Scent:  Fruity, lemon like. You can feel the acetone smell but not by far as bad as normal nail polish removers

Colour: White

Results: They do remove the nail but they do not have the same speedy effect like the stinky ones do. It takes waaay longer until the nail polish is completely removed.

Pros: Easy to carry with you, not smelly. They’re very thin so you have quite a few in the small box.

Cons: They are not as efficient as most nail polish removers.

Price:  I don’t remember the price but usually, the Ebelin products have a fairly low price.

Ebelin-Nail-Polish-Remover-Pads packaging review beautyholics.co

Availability: In DM store as it is their own brand.

Ingredients: Dimethyl Glutarate, Dimethyl Adipate, Dimethyl Succinate, Parfum, Limonene, Linalool, Citral, Tocopheryl Acetate.

My thoughts on these nail polish remover pads

The Ebelin nail polish remover pads are quite ok as an emergency solution. Their biggest advantage is the fact that you can put them in your purse and not worry that they might spill and ruin everything in it.

Have you tried them? What other nail polish remover on the go do you know of? Do you have the same issue with chipped nail polish like I do or am I an exception?

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15 thoughts on “Nail polish remover pads from Ebelin: a review

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  2. I used nail polish remover wipes for the first time a few months ago and really like them! I think it was cutex…they had some type of rough surface that was really effective in removing the polish. Never heard of these, but I’ll have to check them out next time I’m at the store…

  3. Those would be handy to take on a trip. I like my nail polish remover in a bottle so I can control the amount of remover on a pad.

    1. I call it “on the go nail polish remover” because they’re perfect for trips (short or long).

  4. I do my nails often probably because I have a million polish colors. These little remover pads would be perfect for on the go, so I can feed my obsession 😉

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