Priti Soy Natural Nail Polish Remover Review and Ingredients
So my mum had been to some Salon/Beauty shop the other day and got me this, guess how exited I was. I do love natural beauty products even though I might not be as strict with only using them as I was about a year ago. The thing is that just before my mum gave me this, I'd had major issues with my nail varnish remover smelling so terrible in my room. I love my room smelling nice all the time (scented candles, hello!) and I also tend to get head aches easily, so I was pretty much procrastinating taking of my nail varnish all the time (and I also hate chipped nail varnish, bad combo lol). It was on sale so I think they have re formulated and changed the design around a little, find the new version here.
So looking at the ingredient list, I personally have no idea which one of these ingredient makes your nail varnish come of, but it sure does work! I was super impressed with the results which you can see below.
|My thumbs look so weird lol!!|
So I wore one coat of Sally Hansen nail strengthener, two coats of KIKO nail varnish and one top coat. Quite a few coats in other words, of course the product doesn't come of as easily as if you used pure Acetone or something but after soaking a cotton pad in product and then starting to swipe off- it comes off.
Summary: What you can see in the picture is after I've done just that, so it leaves no residue or colour at all- I always get that with normal nail varnish remover! It smells really nice, it has some kind of orange scent which stays on your nails afterwards too. It also leaves your nails feeling proper conditioned, like after I've applied nail oil or something- love it!
Have you tried a completely natural nail varnish remover before?
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