Remove + is probably the most gentle yet effective polish remover around. It’s super gentle on cuticles but quickly removes stubborn polish. It also comes in a nice pump topped bottle which just makes life super easy. The quick dry drops are also fast and effective, and deliver the same results as OPI’s Drip Dry. For more details on each individual product, go ahead and watch the video, which is embedded above. Overall, I think if you have the funds to purchase the entire set, I say go for it. It’s a worthy investment.
A while back, I read a post Temptalia made on Zoya’s Remove + which is part of the Color Lock System, which is Zoya’s full manicure set. It includes 2 base coats, a top coat, fast dry drops, a polish renewing product and a polish remover. It retails for $48 and can be purchased on their website.
I’m always in the search of a good “system” for my nails, so after months of not purchasing it because of the price, I decided to splurge during one of Zoya’s many sales, and purchase the set.
This is probably one of my favorite purchases of last year. Every product that I’ve tried (I have yet to use the ridge filler and “Renew”) has been well worth the money and totally amazing.
You guys have probably read before that I use Anchor and Armor all the time. In the majority of my NOTW posts from the past 3 months, I have been using Anchor and Armor.
Anchor is one of the 2 base coats Zoya offers. I’ve tried about 5 or 6 different base coats and have come to find that this is my favorite. I think it’s because I really do use it how it’s supposed to be used, which is in conjunction with Zoya’s top coat, called Armor.
In the set, Zoya also offers a ridge filler, which I have yet to use. If it’s anything like OPI’s Ridge Filler, which I have used, I’m sure it’ll also deliver fine results, as well as provide a smooth base for those who don’t buff the ridges out of their nails.