Take Care of Your Tips with a Natural Nail Polish Remover

This guest post is courtesy of Thefind


If you switch up your nail color as often as I do, you're likely no stranger to sad, dried-out fingertips. After all, though we lacquer addicts know that the harsh chemicals in nail polish remover aren't good for us, healthier, acetone-free versions can take forever to take the polish off... and in our attempt to switch shades, we often favor quick color removal and skimp on taking care of our cuticles and nails!

Well, good news -- contrary to popular belief, we
don't have to sacrifice good skin for easy polish removal, and to prove it, I've rounded up some of the best nail polish removers with natural ingredients that help eliminate, reduce, or counteract the harmful affects of harsh nutrient-stripping removers! Sure, they may take a little more effort to get all the polish off, but it's a small price to pay for healthy, hydrated skin and nails. After all, gotta preserve those tips for better-looking manicures in the future! From left to right: Essie Naturally Clean Nail Polish Remover, Deborah Lippmann The Stripper Lavender Nail Lacquer Remover, Butter London Powder Room Nail Polish Remover, SpaRitual Fluent Conditioning Lacquer Remover, and Gaiam Non-Toxic Soy Polish Remover.

- Alex Gambardella

1 comment:

socialitedreams said...

we just started selling that butter one at my job, so i need to give it a go for sure! looks interesting