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The 'World's First' Nail Remover Cream Promises To Take Off Polish In Minutes

The 'World's First' Nail Remover Cream Promises To Take Off Polish In Minutes

Hands up who loves painting their nails, but dreads taking the polish off?

Everything from the smell of the acetone to the way it dries out our nails is a major bugbear. But we have news: you can now buy a nail varnish remover cream that is a serious beauty game changer.

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The Remove and Chill Nail Polish Eraser Cream is the work of beauty brand The Sign Tribe, who describe themselves as a "group of creative, experienced beauty professionals who were tired of the current standard branding and boring products in the beauty industry".

The product, which is available on Beauty Mart, costs £14.25, comes in a handy tube, and has been billed as the 'world's first' product of its kind.

The citrus-c formula contains argan and macadamia oil, which are ultra nourishing for nails and cuticles alike, and vitamin C which boasts antioxidant properties.

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The cream is described as an "innovative nail polish remover cream that combines care, efficiency and an especially pleasant, fresh scent for the first time ever".

A spokesperson for The Sign Tribe added: "The idea stems from a very clear need resulting from a somewhat trivial but still irritating problem: many people feel limited in their passion for nail polish because of the pesky smell of nail polish remover."


They added: "Remove and chill is here to solve the problem and allows nail polish removal at any time and place - without an unpleasant smell and with an extra-portion of care! Chipped and brittle nails are so yesterday!

"Unlike conventional nail polish remover, thanks to its special oil complex enriched with macadamia, almond, argan and sesame oil, vitamin E and premium waxes, the light cream formula is especially rich in care and pampers the cuticles as well as the nails."


To use the cream, you'll need to apply a thick layer to your nails, leave it for one to three minutes depending on how many layers of polish you have on, and then massage and remove the cream with a cotton pad or tissue. Easy peasy.

We can't wait to try it out.

Featured Image Credit: The SIGN Tribe

Topics: Stylish, Hair and Beauty

Deborah Cicurel

Deborah Cicurel is a freelance journalist at Pretty52. She writes entertainment, travel and lifestyle content for a variety of print and digital titles.

 

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