Friday, 20 April 2012

Say BONJOUR to Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover


This could be the product of the year, in fact this could be the product of my life! Bold words I know, but I can hardly type for excitement on this one! Introducing Bourjois' One Second Magic nail varnish remover.
If something sounds too good to be true, it usually is, but not this time! This little pink pot magically removes nail polish in record time and without the need for cotton wool. The pot is filled with black foam soaked in acetone-free remover and sweet almond oil. Dip each finger, one by one, inside the little hole. Twist, hold for a second or two, remove and voile, polish free finger!



Seeing is believing! I get the concept, but didn’t quite believe it until I tried it with my own finger! The liquid-soaked foam instantly removes tricky polishes and is packed full of sweet almond oil to nourish your nails and cuticles. It even leaves them smelling of red fruit and vanilla! It’s not harsh and doesn’t strip the nail’s moisture, which is ideal for me because my nails are especially brittle and prone to peeling. In fact, my nails felt moisturised and cleansed. No mess, no need for cotton wool and no need for scrubbing back and forth!


At £4.99 it may be a little pricey for a remover. I've no idea how long it lasts and if it will fare so well against tough-to-budge glitter polishes, but for someone that changes their nail polish more than their knickers, it's priceless!

Bourjois' One Second Magic nail varnish remover is available at Boots now!
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7 comments:

  1. I have seen these before and they have never really taken off so it will be interesting as to whether a big brand such as this can pull it off. I hope so as it looks a nifty little thing which would be perfect for travelling as I hate taking a bottle of remover for fear of it leaking all over my clothes!

    Becky
    http://beckysmakeup.blogspot.com

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  2. Looks awesome, I've been using a similar type from a local brand and loving it. It's especially handy when you mess up a single finger while you're painting your nails.

    Love your blog by the way!
    xxx

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  3. I am so intrigiued by this! It is a little one the pricey side, but assuming it lasts as long as a normal bottle then it should be worth it. As by the looks of it, there is like no effort required almost! The perfect product for lazy tele nights ;) xxx

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  4. I'm definitely going to pick this up at weekend, hopefully my Boots has it (fingers crossed):-)

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  5. This sounds great if it lasts a long time ! xx

    butterfleyesblog.blogspot.com

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    1. I really hope it lasts a while, I think it will. Either way, I'm hooked. x

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  6. This sounds awesome! Actually put it on my list for when I went shopping and only realised when I got back that I had completely forgotten to pick it up, so gutted. Must buy it the next time I'm out! xo

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