Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover Review

Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover Review

Hello Wonderful People,

How are you all??

So many things going on IMBB, I feel quite happy to be a part of it. Sanjeevji is an altruist. I really want to thank Rati and Sanjeevji for everything they did for us from giveaways to sharing their trips with us, it really feels amazing.  The video was wonderfully captured and the cute part was Rati’s shyness 😛  Coming to today’s product that I am reviewing, my current – it’s the Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover.  Read on to know more about this remover.

Sephora express nail polish remover

Product Description:

A nail polish remover that leaves no trace of past polishes.  For even the most hard-to-remove nail polish, this nail polish remover effortlessly takes off lacquers. Inside bottle, pre-moistened pleated foam eliminates the need of cotton balls. Perfect for travel. Its convenient size is perfect for travel can be used without cotton pads.  Formulated without parabens, sulfates, phthalates, GMOs, triclosan.  This product is dermatologically tested.


Acetone: Removes all nail polishes effortlessly, even long-wearing lacquers.

  • White Peach Extract: Rich in sugar and acid, peaches have moisturizing and softening properties. White peach extract also has nutritional properties due to its vitamin and mineral content.
  • Water Lily Extract: Moisturizing properties.

Sephora express nail polish remover

Acetone, Aqua (Water), Glycerin, Parfum (Fragrance), Panthenol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Butylene Glycol, Citric Acid, PrunusPersica (Peach) Fruit Extract, NupharLuteum Root Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate.


Rs. 680/- for 75 ml.

My Experience with Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover:

This nail polish remover comes in a red plastic sturdy bottle of travel-friendly size, easily fits anywhere.  Inside the bottle, there is a pre-moistened pleated foam black in color which works like magic.  This is magic seriously, I insert my finger one by one into the bottle, twist it, and all I can see is magic “the nail polish vanishes completely.” It removes all kind of nail paints – metallic, nude whichever you use. It just take 10-15 seconds to remove the nail paint completely.


It is quite gentle on the skin and it is formulated without parabens, sulfates, love it! This does not leave any whitish cast behind, the smell is quite strong but not irritating. The best part is that it works quickly and does not dry out my nails. This product is a must have, especially when you travel.  There’s no need to carry lots of cotton pads, a bigger size bottle and do all messy stuff, just carry this with you. I have used Sephora smooth nail polish remover in the past and loved it, but this one replaced it. The only drawback is that it can’t be used for toe nails 😛 I use Sephora Smooth nail polish remover for that.  Also, some of you may find this one costly.  Just remember to tightly close it after use. For me, this is the best nail polish remover I have ever used after the Sephora Smooth nail polish remover.



Sephora express nail polish remover

Sephora express nail polish remover

Pros of Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover:

  • Removes all kind of nail paints.
  • Does not dry out nails.
  • Takes off nail paint quickly and easily.
  • No need to use cotton pads.
  • Formulated without parabens and sulfates.
  • Dermatologically tested.
  • Convenient size, perfect for travel purpose.

Cons of Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover:

  • Can’t use for toe nails.
  • Contains acetone.

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11 thoughts on “Sephora Express Nail Polish Remover Review

  1. Nice review Vini! ! 🙂 You know even Colorbar has something very similar to this one 😀 btw I sent you a follow request on Instagram 😛

  2. i have heard great thing about this and you confirm everything….it sounds to be a great product…nice review vini *hifive*

  3. vini the the other version of this remover is my absolute fav. I think I’d pick this one up as well. this one is sooo handy, good review. 🙂

    1. Even I used it and loved it but this one is for quick hours n travelling and they both are quite similar *pompom* *happydance*

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