CLAIM TO FAME: A quick ‘n’ easy nail polish remover
FAST FACTS: Neatly removes nail lacquer with a gentle, nourishing formula; non-drying formulation is acetone-free and enriched with intensely hydrating marula oil, vitamins B5 and E; conditions and cares for nails while removing color; infused with a delicious candy-chocolate aroma
PERFECT FOR: Quick nail color switches
WHAT YOU GET: (1) jar Choc Pot White Chocolate
NET WEIGHT: 30ml
INGREDIENTS: MEK, Isopropyl Alcohol, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Ethyl Acetate, Parfum (Fragrance), Butyl Acetate, Benzophenone-1, Sclerocarya Birrea (Marula) Kernel Oil, Panthenol, Aqua (Water), BHT, Tocopheryl Acetate [+/-: CI 47000 (Yellow 11), CI 26100 (Red 17), CI 61565 (Green 6), CI 60725 (Violet 2)]
Dip your finger in the product. Swirl for a few seconds and take out.
After years of mixing custom nail color backstage at Fashion Week, founder Charlotte Knight’s passion gave birth to Ciaté. With a creative vision for unique fashion-led shades, the global nail brand has gained a cult following that includes A-list celebrities and beauty editors. Knight’s groundbreaking designs and unique nail offerings are the key to the brand’s popularity and success. Fall in love with Ciaté’s distinctive paint pot bottle and professional salon quality formulas right here at BeautyMNL.
I was under the impression that there would be more product when I bought this, but that one's on me - I neglected to note down that Beautymnl was selling a travel-sized one. Nevertheless, depending on your budget, it may be more worth your while to get something bigger, if not slightly more expensive. On my end, though, I was pretty satisfied. It only took a few dips and the nail polish on each of my fingers went off completely. It took some time - you can only do maybe one nail or two, and it is easier to do your fingers than it is to do your toes - but the pay-off was good. My hands didn't smell weird or take any damage after the fact.almost 2 years ago
Made the mistake of taking a giant sniff of this thing after excitedly opening the pot, thinking I would get to smell white chocolate. Almost knocked myself out cold because of the strong scent of acetone. Don't do the same thing I did. The smell of the white chocolate goes on your nail AFTER dipping. That's the yummy part. There's a very slight smell of acetone on your nails, of course, but the chocolate masks it wonderfully. The remover works great, as well. One or two dips, swirl your finger a bit in the pot and voila... bye bye polish. It beats having a bunch of cotton balls around and rubbing the nail polish remover on every nail. The pot is so very cute to look at too, especially when its with your other nail polishes and nail tools.almost 3 years ago
Although this Ciate Choc Pot White Chocolate is expensive for its small size, I would not trade this for other nail polish removers. The scent of white chocolate is just so heavenly that I just find myself sniffing it before using it. It removes my nail polish with ease and it does not sting.about 4 years ago
The one from Zoya is my absolutely fave nail polish remover but after trying this Choc Pot White Chocolate from Ciate, I am completely torn. This smells incredible and yummy. I love how it removes my nail polish (even glitter polishes) with ease while keeping my nails healthy and strong.over 4 years ago
It has a very yummy scent compared to the other brand that I've tried which is too strong. It also removes my polish in just a swipe.over 4 years ago