Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Corn alcohol (Ethyl Alcohol), Aloe Vera, Vitamin E, embittering agent.
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Reviews For Nail Polish Remover
Based on 5 Reviews
I've only ever used it to remove piggy paint nail polish, and it works. It doesn't reek (neither does the polish) and it doesn't dry out my fingers.
Peace of mind
This remover works well taking off polish. You will get a lot of use out of the bottle. It does have fumes, but they are slightly milder than standard nail polish remover. If you like me, you will feel better knowing that you are using a healthier product for yourself and the ecology.
took my polish off in the first try
What I love about this nail polish is that is doesn't have an unpleasant smell and it doesn't dry out your skin, it actually has an oily consistency.
No Toxic Smell!!!
I love this nail polish remover! I have always hated the smell of traditional nail polish removers, with most you can literally fill the room with toxic smell, but this one has no real smell to it at all. It feels more like a rubbing oil than a traditional nail polish remover and does require a little more elbow grease in my opinion but personally I'd rather rub my nails longer than give myself a headache with fumes.
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