You get ten pads in Cutex’s Non-Acetone Nail Polish Remover Pads ($4), each of which is thick and powerful enough to remove ten fingers worth of polish. (If you’re into glitter polish, which is harder to remove, grab the acetone version.)
Soaked in a natural, soy-based remover, RGB’s 100-percent cotton Nail Color Remove Pads ($28 for 20) have no chemical smell and leave your nails healthy and polish free. Yes, you read that correctly: no odor!
Prefer acetone? Pick up Deborah Lippmann’s The Stripper To Go ($8 for 6). Each individual finger mitt cleans all ten nails, while lavender essential oils and aloe vera extract nourish and condition.
E.l.f.’s Essential Nail Polish Remover Pads ($2 for 24) are lemon-scented, thin pads soaked in non-acetone remover. They’ll take off all your polish, but they’re so thin you can also use them to clean up color from cuticles after a DIY manicure.
We love Julep’s One-Step Polish Remover Packettes ($10 for 10 packs) because each individual pack has ten thin pads instead of one thick one—a clean pad is always better when removing dark or glittery polish!—plus they hydrate with aloe vera.
LaQa & Co.’s Polish Remover Pads ($6) are vanilla-scented, non-acetone wipes with an added boost: nourishing grapeseed oil.
One perk of a wipe is the lint-free removal—Jenna Hipp schooled us on avoiding little fuzzies—so if you want to use your favorite bottle of solution just pair it with Orly’s SmartGels Lint Free Wipes ($5).
SpaRitual’s new Fluent Extra Strength Conditioning Lacquer Remover Cloths ($7 for 6) are strong, thanks to the acetone, but still nourish nails with a dose of pleasant-smelling citrus essential oil.