NPW is a UK variety brand that I never heard of before picking up their Nail Polish Remover Pot at Urban Outfitters. I was in desperate need of nail polish remover and short on cash, so when I was this 65ml (2.2 fl oz) bottle of nail polish remover on sale for just .99c, I couldn't refuse. This product regularly retails for $6. NPW says "this sponge saturated with polish remover means no mess - aka no need for cotton balls - just dip and twist for speedy, raspberry scented polish removal magic!". NPW Nail Polish Remover Pot is made in China. I can't find information on their animal testing policy.
Julep's Julia) the first time I tried using NPW's remover, and almost nothing came off my nails. Fair enough, glitter polishes can be difficult, but it takes a lot of effort to remove even light, cream finish lacquers. NPW's Nail Polish Remover Pot has a strong, grossly artificial "raspberry" scent, but non of that traditional nail polish remover smell. Personally, I'd rather it smell like regular remover, it'd be far less pungent that way. This nail polish remover also has a strange, greasy consistency that's difficult to rinse away after use.
I really dislike NPW's Nail Polish Remover Pot. I like the packaging and the concept but the formula doesn't do much for me. This greasy, gross smelling nail polish remover struggles to serve it's purpose. Had I paid more than a buck for this product I'd be pretty annoyed. I've heard that you can pour the polish remover out and refill these sponge-style nail polish removers, so I plan to do that. Steer clear of NPW's Nail Polish Remover Pot, it definitely isn't worth your money.
Propylene Carbonte, Propylene Glycol, Isopropyl Myristate, Fragrance, Phenoxyethanol, Ascorbic Acid