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What you use to take your polish off is just as important as the polish you put on.

By Acquarella

Size: 200mL/6.6fl.oz.

Acquarella Remover


4 customer reviews

What you use to take your polish off is just as important as the polish you put on.

Sorry, but this product has been discontinued and is no longer available.

More about this product

Acquarella Remover is water based and specifically designed to be safe and effective. The biodegradable plant derived fatty alcohol and surfactant formula cleanses the nails for best adhesion. Since water and oil don’t mix, Acquarella remover is free from drying petrochemical solvents, oils, and emollients. Zero fumes and toxins make it perfect for removing Acquarella on the go – anytime, anywhere giving you infinite possibilities. Warning: Acquarella Remover is formulated to remove Acquarella Nail Polish & Conditioner ONLY.


Average rating: 3.5 out of 5 hearts
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By Marcy on February 27, 2013

Good, with a touch of compromise 4

I think you have to adjust your expectations a bit when it comes to non-toxic, chemical-free products like this. Frankly, sometimes they don't work as quick and as well as the mainstream products do, but that's a compromise I'm willing to make for my health and the environment. It's a choice. So, yes, this takes a little longer and requires a little elbow grease to rub off your polish - and no, it doesn't really work on regular nail polish because the water based polishes are a whole other formulation. But otherwise, with that realistic perspective, it's a good polish remover and a necessary thing to buy if you're going to make the healthy switch to Acauarella nail care.

By Kim on December 17, 2012

Doesn't Live up to Expectations 2

It's nice to not have that overbearing acetone smell every time that I remove my nail polish, however, this remover doesn't work on normal nail polish at all (Fair warning) and It barely works on the Acquarella nail polish either, unless there is some trick I am missing, but it says only a cotton pad and the remover. Doesn't live up to expectations, I still have to use my regular remover :(

By Kr on February 20, 2013

No bad smell, hard to get off polish 3

In terms of smell, this remover is great. No overpowering odor. Not so quick though and you have to use a lot, so only 3 stars for me.

By Ute on October 4, 2012

A must if you're getting an Acquarella polish 5

If you're buying the Acquarella nail polishes (and you should - fantastic colours and no fumes!) don't forget to pick up a bottle of this remover too. It's specially formulated for the water based polish. So nice not to breath in those horrible chemicals when I want to change my manicure!

Directions for use

Using only a cotton pad moistened with Acquarella Remover, swab nails to remove polish. After removal, rinse nails thoroughly in clean water. Failure to rinse nails may prevent polish adhesion.
Note: Acquarella Remover only removes Acquarella Polish – Do NOT use for removing conventional solvent nail polishes.
Tip for use: Try quickly swabbing each nail with Acquarella Remover before starting removal process. This will soften the polish for faster removal.


Aqua (CAS: 7732-18-5), Lauryl Glucoside, C12-16 Pareth-9 (CAS: 68551-12-2), Tall Oil Acid (CAS: 61790-12-3), Tetrasodium Iminodisuccinate (CAS: 144538-83-0). Product contains no hazardous components under current OSHA definitions.

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