Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Bourjois Dissolvant

We are big fans of painted nails here at Pixiwoo and with such a huge array of colours to choose from we constantly want to change what we are wearing. The biggest chore though is removing it!
I'm sure there are other similar products on the market but I love Bourjois Dissolvant.
The pot is filled with a sponge infused with nail polish remover. The sponge has a hole in the center which you place your finger in. Simply twist the bottle around your finger and a second later all of your nail polish is removed.
The only time I felt like I had to put a bit more effort into the removal was when I was wearing glittery nail polish. I soaked my finger in the pot a little longer but it still came off!
I wouldn't recommend sniffing nail polish remover but this one does smell very nice and feels really conditioning on the nails.
Make sure you keep the lid on tight so it doesn't dry out and also keep the pot level. If you tip it up liquid will pour out!
Available from http://www.boots.com for £4.99
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18 comments

  1. I love this kind of nail polish remover. There is something similar at Sephora which I used to buy. Next time I come to GB I definetly have to go to Boots :)

    Greeting from Germany, Leni ♥

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  2. i have seen this in blogger land EVERYWHERE. i just always thought, what about my toes?? should i stick my foot in it?! haha

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    1. I actually did try and stick my toe in it! it doesn't really work!! I just dipped a cotton pad inside and used that on my toes.x

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    2. hi i use a baby wipe ,i just pour on remover and polish glides off even black which i love

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  3. I have it and I think is very useful! thanks for sharing!

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  4. I have this and its really good! I think it is one of the healthiest nail polish remover formulas I've found too! Worth the price! xx

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  5. I need to get my hands on this ASAP x x

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  6. This is the only polish remover that hasn't dried out my nails. Worth every penny!

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  7. I've been debating buying this but I think I definitely will!!!

    petticoatsandpansies.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. I used to love those kind of nail removers... But after a while I noticed my nails were really weak and used to brittle. I stopped using it and my nails were back to normal...!

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  9. I always find that nail varnish always gets left on my nails- like little traces! But everyone seems to rave about this products so I really want to try it out!

    xx

    http://ellacatherine1.blogspot.co.uk/

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  10. I LOVE this, already on my second bottle :)

    Sophierosehearts, currently having an 100 follower giveaway :) x

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  11. Does it not dry your skin out, around your nails and your finger tips. Ones like this before have made my skin really sore.

    Emma x.x.x

    Emmadazzle.com

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  12. I haven't tried the bourjois version of this idea but do have a similar product they're really good for on the go I found like if you need to remove your nail varnish an don't have time or space to use a bottle and cotton wool lol

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  13. Can you use this product on gel and acrylic nails?

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  14. Hi can you use this product on gel and acrylic nails? X

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  15. I bought a similar product in Home Bargains for less than a pound. It works amazingly well and is so quick and easy if you're wanting to remove polish quickly. However, I wouldn't recommend using the Home Bargain's version every time you remove polish because it does dry out your cuticles and nails (although a cuticle and nail oil/cream should really counteract this if used in conjunction with it). Hope this helps!

    Makeup, Fashion and Musings

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  16. i find a baby wipe with nail polish remover is excellent glides off even black which i love on my short stubby fingers :)

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