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Reusable Nail Varnish Pads
Reusable Nail Varnish Pads
Reusable Nail Varnish Pads
Reusable Nail Varnish Pads

Reusable Nail Varnish Pads

£4.50
Tabitha Eve

TABI-RNV-BATH-1504

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  • Description 
  • This pack of 5 bamboo nail polish wipes are the perfect alternative to single use cotton pads for a more sustainable beauty routine. 

    Reusable, plastic free and biodegradable.

  • Specifications 
  • Materials: Bamboo, Rayon, Felt. 

    Size: Approximately 3" (7.5cm) squares

  • Care
  • Rinse whilst still wet (cold water works best for stains), and leave to dry to reuse. Some staining may stay on cloth from polish - this is normal but will not affect the use of the product.

  • Cost Per Use
  • 5 Uses £0.90
    10 Uses £0.45
    25 Uses £0.18
    50 Uses £0.09
  • Size Guide

This pack of 5 bamboo nail polish wipes are the perfect alternative to single use cotton pads for a more sustainable beauty routine. 

Reusable, plastic free and biodegradable.

Materials: Bamboo, Rayon, Felt. 

Size: Approximately 3" (7.5cm) squares

Rinse whilst still wet (cold water works best for stains), and leave to dry to reuse. Some staining may stay on cloth from polish - this is normal but will not affect the use of the product.

Materials: Bamboo, Rayon, Felt. 

Size: Approximately 3" (7.5cm) squares

Rinse whilst still wet (cold water works best for stains), and leave to dry to reuse. Some staining may stay on cloth from polish - this is normal but will not affect the use of the product.

5 Uses £0.90
10 Uses £0.45
25 Uses £0.18
50 Uses £0.09

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Tabitha Eve

Whilst travelling and diving in Borneo, Debbie witnessed first hand the disastrous impact of plastic pollution has on our oceans and communities across the world. When arriving home Debbie set out to reduce her own plastic consumption, creating her own products to replace disposable plastic kitchenware. See these products other people began asking Debbie to help them reduce their plastic use and so Tabitha Eve was born. Their mission is to create plastic free alternative products, from ethically sourced fabrics, that do not compromise on design or luxury