Hi beautifuls! Today we are going to do a Inglot Nail Enamel Remover Review. Inglot has been my numero uno choice for anything to do with nails! I am addicted to nail polish and I am always on the hunt for enamel removers that work fast, that don’t damage my skin and nails. I hate that dried, almost tortured look on my nails after I remove nailpolish. I bought the Inglot Nail Enamel Remover after a store demo revealed how quickly and cleanly it removed even the stubborn glitter nail polish I was wearing – yes the kinds that literally grate at your nails when being removed!
Claims for Inglot Nail Enamel Remover
According to the Inglot websites, the company, as a principle, does not use unsafe ingredients. For example, the nail polishes do not contain any formaldehyde, camphor or toluene. The products are 100% paraben-free and do not test on animals.
- NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS
- Quickly and effectively removes nail enamel.
- Calendula oil, vitamin A and E moisturizes.
- Reduces nail staining.
- Does not dry the nails.
The main ingredients are Ethyl acetate, Glycine Soja Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol, C12-15 alkyl benzoate (again an emollient), Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Retinyl Palmitate, Tocopherol, D-Limonene, Nitrocellulose.
How to Use
Using the Inglot Nail Enamel Remover is easy as can be – just pour some onto some cotton and release onto nails. Rub gently. Voila!
Rs. 650/- for 100ml.
In Detail Inglot Nail Enamel Remover Review and My Experience
Ever since I have applied nail polish, after a few bad experiences, I have also learnt to stay miles away from removers containing acetone. The Inglot Nail Enamel Remover is light orange in colour and it has various emollients – such as calendula oil and castor oil. These help to moisturize the nails, as compared to other acetone-products. Even though the only acetone nailpolish removers I use when in dire straits are seemingly the ‘high quality’ ones, my nails look dehydrated and dry. But after using the Inglot Nail Enamel Remover, my nails felt shinier and brighter, no yellow patches with more usage and the enamel was not harsh at all! It does not irritate the skin, nor leave any white and dry patches around the nail bed like most other removers. Asides from the oils and emollients, it also has vitamin A and E that moisturizes your nails. I don’t think I will be able to use any other harsh or acetone remover after this. And despite not containing acetone or strong chemicals, it still removes nail polish completely and the nails look spic and span! This is the best I have used so far!
How I Use it
Simply dab a teeny bit on cotton wool and rub around the nails. For stubborn nail polishes, I apply half a drop using a dropper and then use the remover.
My nails look stronger now, this remover removes polish with very less quantity and time, and you need less which also leaves your nails, brighter unlike those acetone ones. While I am using this, I know my nails and cuticles will not just not be treated harshly, but actually moisturized. Truly impressive!
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Pros of Inglot Nail Enamel Remover
- NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS
- Leaves nails brighter.
- Moisturizes nails.
- Removes yellow stains from nails – caused by inferior quality or prolonged use of nail polishes.
- Does not dry out nails like other acetone-based removers.
- Really effective in removing all traces of nail polish.
Cons of Inglot Nail Enamel Remover
- Expensive, as compared to other removers.
Use the product after a bath – or soaking your nails – nails tend to remain moisturized for longer!
4.5/5 (Loses out a bit ONLY for the price factor)