We have come to terms with the fact that removing nail polish will always be a bit gruesome. We just did not expect a cream that smells and should remove dark paints without acetone!
Painting nails is great. Removing nail polish is tough. This calculation is that simple. Because regardless of whether you use a formula with or without acetone, the job doesn't get any funnier. The cuticles suffer, the nails themselves suffer, and the bathroom stinks for at least ten more minutes after you're finally done. But what if we told you there was an innovation out there that was going to completely change nail polish removal?
You saw it correctly: A woman has just smeared her nails with a paste, waited three minutes and suddenly all the nail polish was gone. This cream - it's called "Remove and Chill - is an invention of the German company The Sign Tribe
It works without acetone, can also dissolve dark paintwork and does not smell. It should also take care of the nails and cuticles. And if you look at the ingredients (including rich oils like almond and macadamia oil), then you can believe this claim.
At the moment the paste is only available online and for around 16 euros it is not exactly the cheapest nail polish remover you will ever buy. But if you travel a lot and fear that the liquid will leak out at some point, you can rely on "Remove and Chill".