In theory, this natural nail polish remover gel is a great idea. In practice, it’s not quite there yet. It comes out of the tube as a thick gel but the open nozzle means you can’t be as accurate as you want (its a bit like icing your nails) – I’d have preferred a brush applicator (a la Stila gloss or something) to really get round the sides. You could smoosh it around with a tissue I guess but a brush would make life simpler. You leave it for two minutes and then, in theory, wipe away. But I had to do it twice – each with a two minute wait – to completely remove my current polish.
On the plus, it’s made from corn and soy, is non-toxic and non-drying (my nails didn’t feel dry at all), free of petrochemicals and biodegradable. If you’re an eco-queen maybe you won’t mind the waiting or the doubling up. You do get a whiff of ‘polish remover’ but it doesn’t smell anywhere near as strong as regular polish remover does.
It’s £6.95 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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