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I always want to have supply of OPI Expert Touch Remover.
I always want to have supply of OPI Expert Touch Remover. It comes in a bottle (liquid is light purple) or single wipes.When regular remover (any brand) doesn't work well, I can always count on OPI. A single swipe and the polish is off! Dark shades come off very easily, glitters may take a moment longer. A manicure should be as easy as possible, the normal removers make it more difficult! I don't like to soak my nails in remover, use foil or go over them more than once.This has acetone, but I find it extremely different than most of the comments. The scent is not like ordinary remover, it is milder, almost seems to have a floral additive. It is not drying to my nails whatsoever, it has a oily feel that actually seems to soften the cuticles. I usually have to wipe my nails thoroughly with an OPI lint free nail wipe to make sure the nail is clean and dry.I have this remover in the single wipes, the small bottle and a larger bottle. I wouldn't be without it.
Acetone with extra water thrown in.
Acetone with extra water thrown in. I found it to be just like pure acetone, ruins my natural nails when I used it for everyday use. Now I use it for removing glitter polishes only. Unlike the review before me, it does NOT work instantly "in a single swoop" on glitters. For me, I have to hold a soaked pad over each nail for 30 seconds or so and repeat till removed. This OPI works good for glitters, but I usually prefer to buy regular acetone. I get 4 times the amount for the same price and its not watered down like OPI. Plus the pure acetone has a child safety cap where the OPI does not. I mix half pure acetone to half everyday acetone-free remover and that makes it still effective on glitter removal while making it a bit gentler on my nails. As well as adding in the scent and pink color to it.
Love this stuff!! It makes removing nail polish a breeze.
Love this stuff!! It makes removing nail polish a breeze. I tend to do 3 layers and/or heavy applications, and this removes the stuff in practically no time flat. To me, this does not smell as strong as a regular nail polish remover, in fact to me it smells milder. Also my nails actually seem in really good condition after using this, so I am perplexed by the previous reviewer. But to each their own. I would rather have the nail polish slide right off almost effortlessly than rub-rub-rub and hold the remover on the nail for a long time. Just swoop it off and be done!! But I suppose like anything, everyone is different. If I happen to get some dryness I will just use some cuticle oil or something for the dryness if that would happen. But in actuality for me this makes my nails feel really good once the nail polish comes off!!Definitely will re-purchase. I just hope they did not change the formula..????
I do my nails a LOT, so I buy remover by the liter.
I do my nails a LOT, so I buy remover by the liter. I ended up with a large bottle of this because my beloved OPI Acetone Free was sold out. This remover is really good for taking off glitters and textured polish. No foil method required, just wet a cotton pad and go to town. Given the name, I think it is more intended for gel-type polishes. So I would probably keep some around for that purpose. WTHBS, I don't think I would repurchase, at least not in this quantity. It smells a lot more strongly than the Acetone Free formulation, which makes me think it is a more toxic formulation. And it seems to leave my nails dried out. And as mentioned, I polish my nails several times per week, and using this so often would really strip my nails. It is definitely not an HG, everyday remover for me.