Olive & June’s Genius Nail Polish Remover Pot Is Already 25% Off for Cyber Week
I’m a one day of a pristine manicure, 13 days of chipped polish kind of girl.
Upon arriving at my house last spring for her baby sprinkle, my sister called into question my hostess skills after catching a glimpse of my chipped mauve polish. Forget the crisp, tea-length shirt dress I had chosen for the occasion. Forget the tiny finger sandwiches placed between stunning (if I do say so) hydrangea arrangements. And don’t even get me started on the perfectly mixed mocktail I had waiting on a silver tray when she arrived. It was my nails that gave me away. No hostess worth her salt would dare preside over a party with chipped paint decking her fingers. Shame. But this was all before my fingers found their new best friend, Olive & June's Nail Polish Remover Pot, which you can currently snag for 25% off thanks to the brand's early Cyber Week deal. BUY IT: $6 ($8 after sale); oliveandjune.com
After my springtime hostessing faux pas, I skipped the polish for a while. Part of the reason being that as the country shut down, my social calendar obviously did likewise. For a while I had bare nails and was loving every minute of it, but then my urge to pull myself together started to gain momentum. It was like week nine of maternity leave. Finally feeling like half yourself, you’re eager to slap on a little lipstick and see if that will pull you through to the other side. So as painting my nails started to become a bi-weekly ritual once more, so too did my habit of letting my polish chip off until I finally pulled out the cotton balls and acetone—with dread at that—five days into the lacquer massacre.
Little did I know that would all change the minute a delivery from Olive & June landed on my doorstep.
It came in the form of The Mani System (currently $60 for Cyber Week, regularly $80): a collection of six 7-free polishes in colors of my choosing, a touch-up brush, top coat, file, clipper, cuticle serum, buffer, The Poppy everyone is obsessed with, and the most unlikely hero—the Nail Polish Remover Pot.
For polish-removing procrastinators like me, it will be an $6 well spent to snag this mess- and acetone-free formula that comes housed in a tidy pink container. All you do is insert your finger into the jar’s foam sponge center, twist, and repeat with each digit. Voila. Polish will be gone without a trace and without the chemical odor.
Of course, there are far more important things than worrying about chipped nail polish, but if you're looking to make your polish removal process a little more enjoyable, this might be the ticket. It is hands-down the best nail polish remover I have ever owned and, if you ask me, well worth the $4 up charge from the drugstore varieties I’ve used all my life. I'm even polishing my nails more often just so I can indulge in a little polish removal treatment. We’ve certainly come a long way, baby.