Here are some brands of natural and organic nail polish removers that I found:
Tate’s (all of the above are available here:http://www.greenyour.com/body/cosmetics/nail-care/tips/choose-natural-nail-polish-remover)
Go Natural (available at http://www.gonatural.biz/natural_nail_polish_products.htm#remover)
Hope that helps!
I use CVS Biodegradable Nail Polish Remover. It works pretty well, I’m just not sure how biodegradable it really is because the ingredients do not sound natural to me.
A solvent is required to remove (dissolve) nail polish from nails -whether they are conventional or so-called natural formulations. Acetone is the most common chemical used in conventional nail polish removers. In so-called natural formulations, acetone would be replaced with another solvent ingredient such as ethanol (ethyl alcohol), methyl acetate or 2-propanone. Other ingredients may include nail conditioners and fragrance.
You can learn more about the ingredients in nail polishes -conventional and natural -in the attached article, written by the cosmetic chemist expert at Zaega.com.
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