Reusable Nail Varnish Remover Pads - 5PK

Reusable Nail Varnish Remover Pads - 5PK


These reusable, washable and plastic-free pads are an environmentally-conscious alternative to single-use cotton pads.


Specially designed with two layers of naturally tough corduroy to use alongside your nail varnish remover of choice. The textured material makes these perfect for removing nail polish with ease.


The dark fabric minimises the appearance of staining. Reuse these again and again and never buy another cotton pad!


    Handmade in Dorset

    100% biodegradable

    8cm round

    5 Pack

    Overlocked edge to prevent fraying

    Zero waste

    Plastic free



    Expect 10-15% shrinkage after the first wash due to fabric used.

    Lightly dampen before use to minimise staining and wash whilst still wet.

    Handwash with soap and warm water or pop in the washing machine to clean. Use a Cotton Mesh bag to keep secure.

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Sooo soft!

These cleansing pads are great. They are so soft and lovely to use.


Love that it can be machine washed

Great alternative to plastic bin liners 🌍


my favourite ecoswaps

Plastic bin bags are one of the things I have wanted to change since I started being more eco friendly. It looks and feels strong and I already know this is going to me one of my favourite ecoswaps.


So pleased!

t’s so easy to use, the handle underneath means that it’s not messy and the 30ltr is a great size because it wasn’t too heavy! I put some hot water in, pulled the drawstring, sloshed it about and through in some essential oils and there was no smell and it was ready to use again! I thought I might have to wash it everytime but I defo won’t!


Amazing skin

I've been using the We are Moonie konjac sponge for a few weeks now and it's a complete revelation. I either use a tiny bit of cleanser or none at all. It leaves my skin so clean and soft. I've ordered one for my son and husband today.. as they keep stealing mine. One of the best eco finds of 2021.

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