Beauty on a Budget: LA Colors Scented Polish Remover Pads

I don’t care what anyone says…if you scent a beauty product somehow, someway it suddenly becomes more appealing.

Can I hear a hells yes?

Lipgloss, lipstick, blush, skincare….I love scented products! Ok, I know some folks are sensitive to these things but not me. Hand me a watermelon scented moisturizer and I’d be as happy as a clam!

It’s just my thang.

How about scented polish remover?


I so wish I was a nail girl because I’d be all over the LA Colors Scented Polish Remover.

These pre-moistened acetone free pads allow you to remove nail polish without the mess plus each has a sweet fruity scent will leave your nails smelling fresh.

Dude, they have melon scent and they are a mere $2 bucks each for 32 pads! Stock up nail chicas!

Scents Available:

  • Lemon
  • Melon
  • Pear
  • Grape
  • Strawberry
  • Peach

I’m going to start painting my nails like today so I can start using this.


Available now from

Even the packaging is adorbs!

  • 6/9/11 19:45 Courtney:

    Love this! I like keeping nail remover pads in my purse in case of emergencies.


  • 6/9/11 21:03 CucumPear:

    I don’t know if I’d buy those. Partially because I’ve had mostly bad experiences with acetone-free polish remover – pre-soaked pads in particular – and mostly because I have had a really horrific experience with scented polish remover.
    I’m usually not bothered by chemical and fake scents, but I had that coconut and vanilla abomination (bought by accident) that truly nauseated me.
    Of course if I keep hearing about how awesome these pads are and how great they smell, I’ll be rather tempted by lemon, pear and grape…

    (BTW, your Cherry Culture link is borked.)


  • 6/10/11 0:36 Elle:

    I just happened upon the peach & the melon ones at my local Family Dollar store one day for a $1 I think. I decided to try the peach. I was kinda pysched cause it was polish remover to go. I opened it, the scent of peach was hardly there, didn’t smell much along the lines of remover either. The pads are pretty thin and it is hard to grab just one, they actually smell better once you start using them and the peach scent didn’t seem as fake as I would have expected. It seems to be pretty moisturizing compared to other removers. Removed pretty well, took some wiping etc…I used about 4 for a greyed purple color. They didn’t dry my nails & cuticles out like the other removers I am used to. Smelled a whole lot better also. Might not be a great idea for darker colors or glitters but I would say good for light to medium colors. Great for travel also. I would say they are worth it! I will have to check out the melon scent next.


  • 6/10/11 9:17 Jamie:

    Probably a decade ago, I bought nail polish while I was in Korea, and it was amazing. It smelled wonderful (floral scent, I believe) and was the best working nail polish I ever used. I still miss it. I may give these a try.


  • 6/10/11 12:10 Cj:

    The strawberry one is calling to me lol! I am totally a nail person, you will never see me without something on my nails lol


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