Thursday, January 29, 2015

New Ciate Choc Pots Review

Ciate Orange Chocolate Choc Pot

In early March Ciate will launch a new range of nail polish removing pots each of which has a chocolate based scent. Unlike other nail polish removing post these are really dinky in size making them perfect for travel - it also doesn't hurt that they are not prone to spilling the liquid remover, should you want to lug one around in your handbag.

Ciate Orange Chocolate Choc Pot

I was kindly sent the Ciate Orange Chocolate Choc Pot to test out and that I did. I must warn that until the nail polish remover dries on the fingers it stinks much like any other polish remover - once dry it quickly switches to a sweet, orange chocolate based fragrance. Think Terry's Chocolate Orange and you won't go far wrong. I rather like that the pot is fairly small, it oddly makes use easier especially if you have small hands like myself. I found that the Ciate Choc Pots remove regular polish fairly quickly and with ease but glitter polishes tend to be more cumbersome...isn't that always the case?

Ciate Orange Chocolate Choc Pot

The Ciate Choc Pots are acetone free, enriched with nourishing Marula Oil, Vitamin B5 and Vitamin E to ensure your nails and surrounding skin are protected and prevent the nail beds from drying out. At £6 I would say considering the added novelty factor they aren't terribly overpriced and a nice change from your typical, chemical scented remover.

Ciate Orange Chocolate Choc Pot will cost £6 and launch this coming March.

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  1. Sounds good to me! I love this kind of nail polish removers. I use the Bourjois one.

  2. I love nail polish removers like these, and I love Terry's Chocolate Orange. I know what I'll be buying in March.... :)

    Dannielle xx | Delightfully Indulgent

  3. Sounds amazing and the scent is quite unique too.
    I like using the bourjois version of this but I am always interested to try out new products!

    Have a nice day ♥

    Ying | * Y i n g c b e a u t y *

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  4. When I first heard about these, I wasn't sure how I felt about a chocolate scented nail polish remover, but it does sound interesting. x


  5. I have mixed feelings about this type of remover, I feel like it damages the skin on my finger!

    Josie XOXO
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  6. Wow that's a novelty! They usually stink so I won't mind testing this out and the price isn't too bad! Great review as always and very honest which I love!

    Ingrid Hughes

  7. I swear normal ones are only £5 - I would probably be willing to pay the extra £1 for lovely smelling hands! I'm glad they've included vitamins and oils to make sure your skin stays in good condition too
    Megan x

  8. I was expecting the price to be more actually. Id pay that little extra for the scent. x

  9. I thought this was some kind of moisturiser at first! Definitely wouldn’t be wanting to put that on my face! x

  10. Oh my gosh, this looks so fab - especially the packaging!! Gonna try this when it comes out!

  11. Removing Nail Polish will not be tedious anymore with these Pots! ^ - ^

  12. These sound incredible! Ciate can do no wrong x


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