China Glaze's Bend Over Backwards (shown above), a bright, shimmery red that can be quite stubborn and tens to stain. It wiped away completely, leaving behind barely any stain with just a touch of polish left near my cuticles (easily removed with a q-tip). What makes Black&Gold's Nail Polish Remover super effective? Well...its kinda just watered down acetone, which isn't great for your nails. Lanolin has been added to the formula to partially counteract the drying effects of the acetone. This nail polish remover will strip the nails, so be sure to moisturize after removing your manicure. While Black&Gold's Nail Polish Remover has the same standard, obnoxious scent as all polish removers, it doesn't seem to be as strong as usual
Black&Gold's Nail Polish Remover is pretty dang good. I wouldn't recommend such a strong nail polish remover for day-to-day as it will zap the moisture from your nails, but for those stubborn nail polishes, Black&Gold will tackle it like no other. I kinda feel bad about my anti-Black&Gold snobbery, but in all honesty, I'll still likely snub their other products. If you live in Australia, I encourage you to save yourself a couple dollars and try Black&Gold's Nail Polish Remover, its a true drugstore gem.
Acetone, Water, Lanolin, CI 12335