So I caved in, I purchased the 3.6ml version of Seche Vite from Ebay for £2.99 with free postage and packing.
The reason behind purchasing the small size of this top coat was purely to test the water.
I have heard many people in the bloggersphere talk about this top coat with mixed reviews because of the ingredients, so I had to try it out for myself!
This small size is great to test the product out and the seller sent it to me really quickly which is a bonus.
I am VERY impressed with Seche Vite, I didn't know what to expect but after the first use it dried my polish really quickly and made my nail Polish last up to 5 days without chipping. Now I have noticed some chipping recently because our dishwasher at home is currently not working so I am washing up everyday (and forget to use washing up gloves!) but other than that the top coat makes all brands of Polish last for longer than any other top coat I have used before.
It's claimed that Seche Vite is the world's finest top coat and the first single-procedure top coat to receive patent protection, which to me means that this top coat really is something special.
Seche Vite continues to set the standard for performance, gloss and durability. Its patented formula allows it to penetrate through the nail lacquer to the base coat forming a single solid coating over the nail plate for a much more durable finish which is guaranteed not to yellow.
Seche Vite is unmatched as a top coat leaving the nail feeling stronger and more durable, it absolutely will not chip and creates the highest gloss of any product on the market today.
The size I purchased is great as a gift for someone or as a travel size. And if like me you didn't understand what all the fuss was about it's a great trial size.
I have used this top coat for over a month now and I absolutely adore it, I still have loads in the bottle so it should last about two months I reckon.
Once I have run out of my trial size I shall be purchasing more Seche Vite from QVC as they currently have a Kit of Seche Vite top coat duo and clear base coat for £18.75 plus £3.95 postage and packing.
QVC UK also offer various other Seche Vite kits which at the moment are all on wait list which is a really good sign.
Have you used Seche Vite before?
Any other top coat recommendations?