The makers behind the Remove and Chill Nail Polish Remover Cream have launched something new and innovative. The The Sign Tribe Remove and Chill Reusable Nail Polish Remover Pads are an absolute genius concept, so keep on reading to find out why..
The Sign Tribe Remove and Chill Reusable Nail Polish Remover Pads
The Sign Tribe Remove and Chill Reusable Nail Polish Remover Pads have launched right here, and have an impossibly long product name, which doesn’t exactly roll of the tongue does it? I kinda wish they had a snappier, more memorable name but it describes exactly what they are which is all that matters.
The Sign Tribe created the Remove and Chill Remover Cream which like the name suggests, is a cream you rub into your nails to dissolve and remove your nail polish. I’ve tried the cream and it is good, but these pads sound even better, especially if you’re wanting to make more eco-friendly beauty choices.
The Sign Tribe Remove and Chill Reusable Nail Polish Remover Pads are the only sustainable solution on the market to remove nail polish. The pads are developed from a material which claims to resist ANY nail polish remover on the market, including their REMOVE AND CHILL Nail Polish Eraser Cream.
- Ecological solution to remove nail polish
- Up to 25 nail polish removals with one pad
- 3 pads inside the box
- One box lasts approximately 16 months
- Cool reusable tin box
- Solvent resistant material
- Can also be used as makeup remover pads
- Step 1: Apply REMOVE AND CHILL Nail Polish Eraser Cream on your nails or regular nail polish remover an the pad directly.
- Step 2: Gently massage your nails with the pad and remove nail polish.
- Step 3: After the removal, wash the reusable pads with normal soap and water.
The The Sign Tribe Remove and Chill Reusable Nail Polish Remover Pads include three reusable pads, and it’s said that each pad can be used for 25 manicure removals. So you’re getting 75 removals in the one set, and they’re $16 which I think is a really fair price, especially as you’ll no longer need to use cotton pads for removing your polish.
Cotton pads are notoriously bad for the environment, especially with the bleaching process so these pads mean you will be using a more eco-friendly alternative, and also a lint-free alternative. We all know how annoying it is to do you nails, only to discover your dried polish has pieces of lint from the cotton pads.
If you like the sound of the The Sign Tribe Remove and Chill Reusable Nail Polish Remover Pads, they’re available right now.
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