These reusable eco-friendly nail polish remover pads have a great story to them!
Many hair salons now use wood pulp towels. They are single use but they claim to be more eco friendly than washable towels as salons don’t have to do tons of washing anymore, and they are home compostable. Head in the Woods have teamed up with a local salon to give those towels a new life, because even though they’re supposed to be single use, if you quilt them with a stronger fabric, they will last much much longer!
They wash and dry the towels and turn them into these small pads that are perfect for removing nail polish. Tried and tested, they last a very long time, don’t need washing every time you use them (just rinsing with a bit of soap will do) and dry super quick.
Machine washable, although it is recommended to wash them in a separate laundry bag so they don’t get lost in your machine (try this reusable net bag here).
Quilted within 2 layers of organic cotton muslin and finished with organic cotton thread.
Reusable, washable and handmade by a lovely small UK business. Head in the Woods design and create all their own products with zero waste principles in mind. None of the waste produced by Head in the Woods goes to landfill - they repurpose every single piece of fabric and thread for other projects. Everything is packaged with thought given to being as low impact as possible - from shipping packaging to the simple paper labels on the products.
Available in a pack of 3 reusable nail polish remover pads with paper label including care instructions.
I’ve been looking for something to take off nail varnish that I can reuse, as reusable makeup wipes would be damaged. These pads work perfectly! Remove nail varnish as well as cotton wool and then clean just fine after. They’re stained, but it doesn’t affect use. Great product!