The best nail polish remover you can buy
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- Most nail polish removers are either harsh or ineffective, but the Zoya Remove Plus 3-in-1 Formula is neither.
- It's beloved by experts and shoppers alike for its gentle yet powerful formula that leaves nails clean and hydrated.
I hate removing nail polish so much that whenever I get a manicure I let it chip off into oblivion for weeks before finally taking a soaked cotton round to the damage. And gel polish? Forget it. I once let that go for so long that I basically tried to create a whole new trend of half-painted nails by letting the polish grow out.Part of the problem is that I've never found a nail polish remover that I loved. I have always picked up whatever giant bottle of acetone is cheapest at the drugstore. But there are actually a lot of options - acetone vs. non-acetone, wipes vs. caps, conditioning formulas designed to help your nails recover vs. simpler ones aimed toward getting the job done.
If this all sounds too complicated for you, Insider Picks is here to help. We've researched the best nail polish removers in every category, so you can find exactly what you're looking for - and stop destroying your precious nail beds in the process.
Here are the best nail polish removers you can buy:
- Best nail polish remover overall: Zoya Remove Plus
- Best nail polish remover sponge: Pretty Nails Regular Nail Polish Remover
- Best drugstore nail polish remover: Sally Hansen Nail Polish Remover
- Best nail polish remover pads: Ulta Regular Nail Polish Remover Pads
- Best natural nail polish remover: Karma Organic Nail Polish Remover with Soybean Oil & Lavender
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