Glossies Made Me…Discover a New Way to Remove Nail Polish

Posted June 7, 2019 by shooting in Beauty / 28 Comments

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Glossies Made Me Do It: June 2019 Real Simple Magazine

I just started subscribing to Real Simple magazine last year but I’m really glad I did. It’s full of all sorts of fun information and products. My Glossies post this month is inspired by the June 2019 issue of Real Magazine – so you should be able to find it in stores!

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Glossies Made Me: Discover A New Way to Remove Nail Polish

In this issue of Real Simple, I learned about The Sign Tribe’s Remove and Chill Nail Enamel Remover. This cream is a new way of removing your nail polish (it doesn’t work on shellac or gel nails though). It’s not only easier to use than regular nail polish remover, it also doesn’t have that intense scent that might put people off painting their nails in the first place.

According to Ulta, where you can purchase the nail creamer, this is how you use the product: 

Step 1: Apply a thick layer of REMOVE and CHILL on your nail plate. Do not make it penetrate.

Step 2: Leave the cream on your nails: 1 min for every nail polish layer, 3 mins if you are using a base & top coat system, relax & chill!

Step 3: First massage, then remove the cream and nail polish with a dry cotton pad or tissue.

Step 4: You are all set! Wash your hands after use.

I ordered one of these as soon as I could, and it should be arriving today. Therefore, I don’t have a first hand review, but don’t worry! As soon as I use the nail eraser cream, I will be back on the blog sharing all of my thoughts! There are actually a lot of beauty products I’m curious about in various magazines this month, so who knows? I might have another Glossies post later!

What do you think? Would you use this nail polish eraser cream? 

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28 responses to “Glossies Made Me…Discover a New Way to Remove Nail Polish

  1. Sounds interesting! But it takes longer than the other type! I had used a better smelling remover from zoya that I liked a lot.

  2. Sounds interesting! But it would take longer than the other type! I used to have a better smelling one from zoya that I liked.

  3. How interesting! I’ve never heard of anything like that. Definitely easier than scrubbing away at your nails with alcohol and other chemicals!

  4. I do like Real Simple, but I hardly ever read it. This is a nice alternative to regular nail polish removal. I’m interested in hearing how you like the product. 🙂

  5. WHAT?? That’s a total game changer! I always find the smell of acetone to be so toxic so would love to just chill with something like this on my nails. thanks so much for sharing, will look for it (and your review!!).

  6. I don’t use much nail polish, so that probably wouldn’t be something I’d try. But. I love Real Simple magazine. I used to buy it ages ago and it’s still so relevant. Much better than the fashion mags. 🙂 I still have a weakness for Vogue though. Guilty.

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  7. Jen

    I’m back! Sorry I missed so much around here.

    This is brilliant. I hate nail polish remover. That is part of the reason I never really use nail polish. This is brilliant though. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Huh! What will they think of next? I kind of like the nail polish remover you stick your fingers into with the built-in sponge thing inside the jar. But traveling with that stuff is risky. This would be a great solution for traveling. Thanks for introducing us to Remove and Chill!

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  9. This looks interesting! I’d never heard of nail polish removal cream! I like having nail polish on, but I’m always too lazy to take it off, so it just ends up getting more and more chipped until I can finally be bothered having to mess about with nail polish remover (plus I hate that smell). This sounds like a good alternative!

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