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Review: Etude House Nail Removers

Posted on: December 16, 2013

Welcome to Part 3 of my ambitious nail polish remover review series, where I attempt to review as much nail polish remover brands as I can. Here is the photo of all the nail polish removers I have.


For my last installment of my nail polish remover reviews, I am reviewing two Etude House nail polish removers. Both of them are named Nail Removers (but they don’t remove nails, just polish). The pink one is #1 Mild, while the purple one is #2 Extra Power. Don’t you just love Korean naming conventions?


#1 Mild is their regular nail polish remover. The smell is a little strong, but it removes regular nail polish easily and effectively. This is actually my second favorite after the Dazzle Dry Lemongrass Nail Polish Remover. If I am not mistaken, this bottle contains 100ml of product, and costs around Php98.

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#2 Extra Power on the other hand, as the name suggests, is a much stronger formulation designed to remove glitter polishes. Let me tell you, this is such an awesome find! If you love using glitter polishes but hate the removal afterwards, I urge you to get this and you will never hesitate to use glitter polishes anymore. This remover effectively dissolves the binders in the glitter polishes and makes it easy to wipe away the glitters. You may have to use a bit more product for the more stubborn ones but it does work pretty well compared to regular nail polish removers. This bottle also has 100ml of product, and costs around Php128.

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There you have it! I hope you enjoyed this series and found it useful.

Nail Polish Remover Review Series

11 Responses to "Review: Etude House Nail Removers"

I just grab industrial strength acetone. Everything gone in 2 seconds lol!

Where do you get those? I heard that strong acetone is a great tool for nail art (esp for sponging and water marbling).

You’ll love Nature Republic’s nail polish remover! It’s strong and can remove dark colors in seconds. Annndd it smells like flowers! 😀

Oooh, I haven’t seen that yet. I’ll go grab a bottle! Thanks for visiting, Helen! 🙂

Is this available here in the Philippines Helen?

Hi Mabelle, yes I think Nature Rep’s nail polish remover is available in the PH. Try Landmark Trinoma, I saw a stall there.

Thank you Pat, yes I will.

I will try this brand, most of nail polish removers that I used are so strong and I did not like the smell either.

Hi again Mabelle! One of the main reasons why I no longer buy the “cheaper” brands is because of the strong smell. The Korean ones are usually good smelling.

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