Can you believe that someone has managed to make the worst thing about painting nails actuallyÂ pleasant? Nail polish remover is such a boring essential really, it stinks, it dries your skin and nails out and usually makes a mess. When you are changing your nail colour frequently you will find that the constant use of chemicals will mess with the quality of your nails and skin, so switching to a natural option is always a way forward!
I was very sceptical when I heard about natural nail polish removers knocking about, I just didn’t see how something naturally derived could remove paint. Then, CutECOsmetics came to the rescue, yet again!
Let me introduce you to this odd looking little bottle from American nail brand, Priti NYC…
It’s a very ordinary looking bottle, but really, that doesn’t matter as all nail polish removers are pretty ordinary, like I say it’s not a very exciting product. However, this little beauty contains all naturally derived ingredients, no petrochemicals, it’s non-toxic and biodegradable. Magical or what? Plus, it actually smells AMAZING! No nasty chemical scent, just a yummy Lemongrass Essential Oil to fragrance and protect nails.
Sounds too good to be true right? I was impressed with the claims but wasn’t convinced that it would perform. However, I am pleased to say that this nail polish remover turns out to be just as good, if not better than some of the cheap chemical removers I’ve used in the past. You need very little to do the job, just drop a small amount on a cotton pad and wipe away! I found that one drop on a cotton pad did a whole hand, which doesn’t often happen. The smell was lovely and it did leave my nails looking healthy and not tried out. AMAZING product!
Retailing at Â£8.95 for 2 fl oz, it is expensive, but if you are wanting to invest or are simply concerned by using chemical products I would recommend. You can pick this up at the amazing CutECOsmetics, who also sell the gorgeous range of Priti NYC Nail Polishes, look how pretty they are…
Would you like to try this range? Have you tried natural nail polish remover?
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