Friday, 27 April 2012

A 'pong'-free nail polish remover?

Does the smell of polish remover bother you, or your friends, family, erm..  cat? Do you wish you would remove your nail polish anywhere without asphyxiating the whole world around you? I am not sure when this was first released this but this company called 'Fresh Therapies' have created 'Eden' a natural nail polish remover, with a subtle hint of lime, whilst moisturising your nails at the same time.


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They say:
This natural translucent polish remover is free from artificial acetones and is not harmful to you or your nails in anyway. In fact, instead of drying out your nails it actually moisturises the nail and surrounding cuticles, with a fragrant smell which includes a hint of lime for freshness. The lime-scented, clear formula is formulated with biodegradable food grade and plant-based ingredients that are non­ toxic and non-carcinogenic, making it safe for children, pregnant women and those undergoing treatment for illness. It is also suitable for vegans and has not been tested on animals.


The bottle looks very elegant and nothing like your usual nail polish remover bottle, they say it smells fresh and it cares for your nails. Where is the catch? It's £12 for 50ml, and probably 100 times more expensive than your usual nail polish remover. But if the smell of nail polish remover is a big issue for you, then this might be something you’ve been desperate to find.


They have an offer on at the moment where you can sample it for free (just pay for postage which is 99p) I have just ordered mine. I wanted to wait till I receive it to tell you my impressions but I am too impatient. 


disclosure:
I have not been contacted by anybody to talk about this product and not receiving anything to talk about it xx

7 comments:

jaljen said...

I hope it is effective but it is certainly well presented and jolly expensive. Keen to know if it's good!

Powdered Almond said...

Hmm. Can't say I've ever really got distressed over the smell of nail polish. My cat doesn't mind either, but he is not very bright. But I have to say this does look very classy, and if I ever find myself impossibly rich, I will only use this. :-) x

Louise said...

oo review wanted little Miss Liloo xx

Discovering Beauty said...

This sounds great…. just ordered my sample too :-) x

madamegourmand.com said...

I hate the smell of nail polish, can't wait to hear what you think about this one!

bloomzy said...

The fiancé is always complaining about the smell of my nail polish remover, so I love this idea!

Strawberry Blonde said...

I have this - have just used it actually & it's very good! It wasn't the lack of smell that attracted me the most, but the fact that it's kind to your nails. Big bonus for me!!

Nic x

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