I love natural beauty products – I would prefer to cut down the amount of synthetic and potentially harmful chemicals that my body is in contact with, where possible.
When I found out about this nail polish remover it looked so interesting – a natural nail polish remover!
This costs £9 for 50ml
It is available for sale on the Fresh Therapies website.
This is what Fresh Therapies have to say about it:
“This natural polish remover is not harmful to you or your nails in anyway. It will not damage the natural oil within your nails leaving them weak, dry and brittle.
In fact, instead of drying out your nails it actually moisturises the nail and surrounding cuticles.
EDEN Natural Nail Polish Remover works perfectly on all types of nail polish, but is not suitable for polish coating false nails.
The natural polish remover is translucent with a fragrant smell which includes a hint of lime for freshness. Free from any artificial acetones, EDEN ensures you won’t be left with any lingering reminders of your nail polish remover.”
This appealed to me due to the fact its natural and acetone free. Acetone can dry out your nails making them very brittle and prone to breaking. It is in a lot of cheap nail polish removers.
The first thing I noticed about this product is that the bottle is lovely, its more like a simple perfume bottle than a nail polish remover. Its simple and elegant and I like that.
The second thing I noticed is the scent – this is actually quite pleasant, its completely different to any other nail polish remover I have used. It had a light almost citrus scent that is better than some air fresheners I have used – seriously, this stuff smells nice!
In terms of a polish remover, this is very good, it shifts regular polish in just a few swipes of a cotton pad. I am not sure how it will perform removing the notoriously stubborn glitter polishes but I am confident that it will be good. It does not leave my nails feeling dry at all, I can skip using handcream after I have used this – whereas I can’t do that with regular nail polishes I have used.
I really like this remover but I do think its expensive. If you wear a lot of polishes and change the colour frequently then this will end up being costly. On the other hand, if you care about using natural products and/or have dry brittle nails this is a product you should certainly consider trying out.
It is also cruelty free and suitable for use by vegans. Look here for a list of what is NOT in this remover
You can order a sample of this remover for only 99p – so why not give a try? You may be converted?!
The bottom line is – this is very good and contains no harmful chemicals. If its in your budget then I highly recommend you give this a try!
Thanks for reading!
P.S – this post and related posts contains a PR sample, however my reviews are always honest and my thoughts are my own You can trust me on that, but you cant trust me not to steal your blusher if I like it!
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