3 drugstore nail care products you must own

I love discovering budget friendly products that are absolutely worth purchasing.  

These 3 easy-to-use nail care tools are particularly useful when traveling, even during holidays or at home to ensure nails are in tip-top condition! If you haven’t tried them yet – well its time 🙂

Sally Hansen 18K gold Cuticle Remover

Sally Hansen 18K gold Cuticle Remover

*Sally Hansen 18K gold Cuticle Remover (AED 49) – is a brilliant product to keep your cuticles at bay. While the pen (filled with gel-textured gold particles) moisture over-grown and dry cuticles, white applicator tip with a nibbled exfoliator and built-in cuticle pusher gently whisk away excess skin and polish the nail surface. It certainly works but, not as neat when done with a cuticle nipper. Even though the ‘18K gold’ phrase was catchy & doubtful (at the same time), I found the product to be really useful. 

Boots Nail polish remover with rosemary oil
Boots Nail polish remover with rosemary oil

Boots Nail polish remover with rosemary oil is the best I’ve tried in the nail polish remover category and cheap indeed. Compared to other removers, this never made my nail strip white neither dry. Added rosemary is a plus and prevents over drying. It removes tacky nail polish (even 3 coats) seriously fast and thankfully doesn’t smell like typical overpowering “nail polish remover’.

  Sally Hansen Gel Shine 3D TopcoatSally Hansen Gel Shine 3D Topcoat

*Sally Hansen Gel Shine 3D Topcoat – I still haven’t figured out the 3-D piece yet, but all I know it solemnly gives high gloss-y gel-like shine (look at the below picture). It’s not fast drying like Essie/OPI or Dior topcoats, but glides on thick and takes a while to dry but worth the wait. Because? It instantly renews your old polish – pretty much closer to having a brand new manicure and can use it on top of any polish you like or already have. One handy nail product! 

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