How did your diwali go? Mine went fine. The product under review today is Hiphop nail paint remover wipes.
Price: Rs. 73/- for 30 wipes (I got it for Rs. 60/-)
Ingredients: Amyl Acetate, Diethylene Glycol, Butoxyethanol, Citronelle Oil, Lemon Oil, Glycerine, Castor Oil, Vitamin E
Shelf Life: 2 years
Instructions to Use: Moisten all painted nails with remover and wipe one by one (nail) with the same. Close the container immediately. Wash your hands before touching plastics, mobile, spectacles etc.
My experience with Hiphop Nail Wipes: By now many must be aware of these nail wipes. I bought them some six months back reading about them on the internet, used them once and threw them in the corner of my wardrobe. Reason, I could not remove my nail paints using these. Some time back, while removing unnecessary stuff, I found these and decided to use them again reading the instructions at the back. And I am loving them since then.
Moral of the story : Read the instructions / manual carefully before starting to use any product. I realized what mistake I was doing. Earlier, I just took a wipe and started rubbing on my nail in hope to erase all the color, but in vain. Now, after reading the instructions, I first moistened all my nails with the wipe first and then started to rub my nails one by one. The result - nail paint removed without much effort.
These wipes has Citronelle Oil, Lemon Oil, Glycerine, Castor Oil and Vitamin E which keeps the nail moisturize after nail paint remover, unlike other removers which make them dry. The tangy fragrance of the wipes gives you a fresh feeling. The wipes are neatly stacked on top of another in a round tub covered with a lid to preserve moisture and necessary oils, before the screwed outer cover. It comes with a spatula to lift the wipes, making the use of it very hygienic.
After learning the correct method to use them, these wipes always remain in my hand bag, making them perfect for use on my travel back to home from office. A good time - pass. I love this product and will be buying more of these in future.
Have you used this?