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Karma Naturals Unscented Nail Polish Remover

Karma Naturals Unscented Nail Polish Remover Review
Today I’m sharing my Karma Naturals Unscented Nail Polish Remover review with you. Recently in the Phyrra Facebook Group, one of my friends recommended that I try this nail polish remover after I was lamenting how hard it was to find a cruelty free nail polish remover without acetone. So I bought this to try it out. Karma Naturals Nail Polish Remover comes in 3 different varieties, Unscented, Tea Tree Oil and Lavender. Lavender tends to give me migraines, so I went for the unscented. This is an organic, cruelty free, vegan nail polish remover.

Karma Naturals Unscented Nail Polish Remover

Where to Buy
Amazon, Karma Naturals


About Karma Naturals Unscented Nail Polish Remover
This remover is guaranteed to be Soy Based, Non Toxic, Non Carcinogenic, Free of any Petroleum Ingredients, Derived from Farm Crops (supporting American Farmers), Packaged in 100% Recyclable Glass Bottles, and 4 Fluid Ounces.

The ingredients list is very short – Propylene Carbonate – An odorless, colorless liquid used as a solvent, Soybean Oil Methyl Exter – Used as a solvent in liquid separations, and Tocopheryl Acetate – Also know as Vitamin E, a common vitamin supplement.

The way I use this is I take a cotton pad, like the type that I use on my face with a micellaire water, and fold it in half, then fold it in half again. I thoroughly saturate the pad, then I hold it against my nail for about a minute. Then I start to wipe back and forth on the nail.

The nail polish remover has a very slight odor that’s not particularly strong to me. I’m actually not sure how to describe it. It’s just what I would consider a subtle smell.

It feels oily on my nails. It does a really good job of removing normal nail polish. For glitter, you’re probably going to have to use the foil method (soak a cotton ball in remover and then wrap it in aluminum foil and put that on your nail for 5 minutes) to get it off. I feel like it actually does a better job than Zoya Remove, and I never thought anything could top that for me. It’s been my holy grail remover for years! I feel like I end up using less of this nail polish remover than I did of Zoya remove. On average it only takes me 1 cotton round for 1 hand, rather than 2 or 3 with other removers.

Unfortunately, this will also remove acrylic nails, so use with caution!

I like the short list of ingredients, the way it works, and the recyclable glass bottle packaging. If I was going to pick anything to complain about, it would be that you only get 4 oz for the price, rather than 8 oz. For comparison, Zoya Remove is $8.99 for 8 oz. Still, I’m absolutely happy with it and will repurchase it again once I run out, though I think that will take me quite a while.

Have you heard of Karma Naturals Unscented Nail Polish Remover? What do you use for your nail polish?

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  • I’m so glad you love it! With my constant migraines, this stuff changed my life! I can do my stupid nails again, LOL! I am pretty sure I have had my bottle a year and it’s not empty yet, so I don’t mind paying more. It has TOTALLY saved my nails. Acetone was destroying them!

    • I do love it, I just wish it worked with acrylic nails, but it removes them too 😛 I love that it’s so environmentally friendly.

  • I’ve used it, as well. The oiliness bugs me, but can be washed off. However, I do like glitter and it really doesn’t remove that well. I was impressed with how well it worked and not being drying.

    • Have you tried the foil method with this remover and glitter? Basically where you put remover on a cotton ball and wrap it onto your nail with aluminum foil, and leave for 5 minutes? I used to do this with acetone. But I can’t try it with either right now because this stuff will remove my acrylics too.

  • I love this stuff! I’ve been using it for a few months, I have the lavender scented. It is so much easier on my nails than using acetone. It does take longer, but I feel like if I rub it on and rub off the top coat then let it sit for a few minutes, then it really gets to work. When I first got it I was dismayed at how small the bottle is, but I’ve honestly gotten about 6 months out of it. I change my polish 1-3 times a week. I use the cotton pad and tip the bottle three times and I have enough. My second bottle is arriving tonight, just in time for my chipping multichrome to come off.

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