Let's be honest here for a minute. The smell of nail polish remover is awful. It doesn't matter what brand you use, it's always strong sometimes to the point that you feel as if your nose hair have been singed and your eyes start to water. Maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration but you get the picture. Wouldn't it be great to find a nail polish remover that not only cleaned your nails of mail polish but also left a delight fragrance afterward?
Look no further that Ciaté. Ciaté continues to break barriers in the nail art business and now they've introduced Chocolate Scented Nail Polish Removers. The new and improved nail polish removers are delightfully scented with four different chocolatey scents; White Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Chocolate Mint and Orange Chocolate that leave your nails with a sweet cocoa fragrance when it dries.
Each Ciaté Chocolate Scented Nail Polish Remover comes in a glass bottle and is completely acetone free therefore making it gentle on your natural nail bed but strong enough for acrylic nails. The new and improved formula also contains vitamin E and B5 to condition and care for your nails.
Ciaté Chocolate Scented Nail Polish Remover is currently available online at http://www.ciate.co.uk but unfortunately Ciaté doesn't ship to the US. Luckily it will be available stateside in February at beauty retailers like ULTA. The price online is ₤10 so estimate the price to be roughly $16.45 when it hits stores here.
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