Bourjois 1 Second Magic Nail Polish Remover Hands & Feet

Bourjois 1 Second Magic Nail Polish Remover Hands & Feet

There are so many gorgeous nail colours around at the moment, so you need an effective polish remover that works equally well for for your fingers and toes.

And here it is – Bourjois’ new 1 Second Magic Nail Polish Remover (£5.99) has a never-seen-before foam sponge in the lid for removing polish quickly and easily from your toes, as well as the main pot which you dip your fingernails into.


Love this idea because as we all know, there’s nothing worse than trying to remove toenail polish with cotton wool and traditional remover, and ending up removing some of your finger nail polish at the same time.

So how does it work? To remove polish from toenails, close the bottle and tip up to soak the foam. Then place the applicator on each nail and it will remove the polish without ruining your manicure.

For hands, simply dip each finger into the bottle to remove polish in seconds (which it does with ease).


I’ve also tried out the toenail applicator (above) and found it really effective at removing the polish. However, if you are wearing a strong or dark nail colour, it’s probably better to start at the little toe and move towards your big toe, as when I started with my big toe I ended up with a lot of polish on the applicator, making removal a little messy when it came to the other nails.

The toenail applicator can be cleaned with water though, which you will probably need to do after each use.

Other good things about this product: it’s acetone free, dermatologically tested and enriched with sweet almond oil and pro-vitamin B5.

Available now exclusively at, and from mid-May from ASOS, Amazon and

*PR sample


Rebecca Barnes
  • Barbara
    Posted at 08:11h, 06 May Reply

    Thanks Rebecca B. Would you recommend this for regular use or do you use something else?

    • rebeccab
      Posted at 08:17h, 06 May Reply

      Hi Barbara, I don’t see why you couldn’t use this regularly, although I prefer to save it for when I’m pushed for time or travelling. When I have more time I tend to use the usual cotton wool/remover method!

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