Does a natural nail polish remover really work?

I purchased a Karma Naturals Nail Polish Remover with Soybean Oil & Lavender from Whole Foods.

I became more aware of what types of polishes I was putting on my nails and that made me wonder what was in my polish removers.

I had a difficult time trying to find a natural alternative, so I was glad to have found this one. It’s the first natural remover I’ve tried, and I’m not disappointed.

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this remover easily take off nail polish. It gets rid of dark and glitter polish. (Although you may have to sit there for a tiny bit longer, but that’s besides the point.)

I like that this doesn’t smell bad.

Imagine: If all salons used natural nail polish removers, would they stink less? A majority of the nail salons I’ve been in smell like chemicals. This remover smells like lavender. (There was a non-scented option I was tempted to purchase.)

I’d repurchase this polish in the future and I’d recommend it to others. It’s more than what I’m used to paying ($12) for nail polish remover, though. So if anyone has any other suggestions, let me know!


5 thoughts on “Does a natural nail polish remover really work?

  1. Does it? I use acetone free (spelling) but what I love the most is chemical free nail polish, all of our nail polish is free of those dangerous chemicals too. I used to worry about the remover until I was told it doesnt sit on the nail its just used to wipe off your nail so worry about what sits on your nail that needs to free of certain things.
    Great blog

  2. I’ve been trying natural nail polish remover and I haven’t found one that I can call my favorite. I will definitely try this. I stop using acetone nail polish remover because I’m trying to make my nails healthier.

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