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Fresh Therapies | Natural Nail Polish Remover | Vegan

£11.99

Why we love it!

  • Not harmful to you or your nails in anyway
  • Works perfectly on all types of nail polish
  • Free from any artificial acetones
  • Ingredients are biodegradable and safe for you and the environment
  • Vegan & Cruelty Free

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This natural Fresh Therapies nail polish remover is not harmful to you or your nails in anyway. It will not damage the natural oil within your nails, helping them to remain much more healthy.

Fresh Therapies 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, ensuring you won’t be left with any lingering reminders of your nail polish remover. All these ingredients are biodegradable and safe for the environment as well as you. This product is not tested on animals, is suitable for use by vegans also.

Packaging: Glass bottle with plastic lid. Although this product contains a plastic lid, it is the best natural product of it’s kind on the market and with a glass bottle, contains considerably less plastic than other brands.

Ingredients NOT included; Isopropyl, Alcohol, Glycerin, Benzophenone, Acetone, Butylacetatetoluene which are all known to dehydrate the skin making nails dry and brittle, with some ingredients also irritating the eyes and nose.

 

INGREDIENTS

Dimethyl Glutarate
Dimethyl Adipate
Dimethyl Succinate
Ethylhexyl Palmitate*
Limonene*
Citrus Aurantifolia Oil*
Citral*
Linalool*
*vegetable derived

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