Suncoat Natural Nail Polish remover is an earth friendly product. It is naturally derived from farm crops and does not contain any petroleum ingredients. It is non-toxic, non-carcinogenic. It is also readily biodegradable.
Suncoat Natural Nail Polish Remover works for both water-based nail polish and conventional nail polish. It is an excellent replacement for traditional chemical nail polish remover including acetone based polish remover or acetate based polish remover (so-called acetone-free remover).
Ingredients: ethyl lactate (from corn fermentation), methyl soyate (from soya oil), vegetable glycerin, D-limonene (from orange)
Biodegradable: Suncoat Natural Nail Polish Remover is naturally derived from farm crops. It is readily biodegradable, and does not contain any petroleum ingredients.
Does not dry nails: Unlike chemical based nail polish remover, Suncoat Natural Nail Polish Remover will not dry nails. Instead, many people find it moisturizing / hydrating.
No Chemical Fumes: Traditional chemical nail polish remover is highly volatile, and rapidly evaporates into the air, generating chemical fumes and polluting the air we breath.
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Sonia: more than a year ago
First of all, it's an expensive product, as the bottle is so small. It's way harder to use than conventional remover. You need to let it sit on your nails for a couple of minutes, and then it doesn't really rub off, you have to scrub it with something abrasive or scrap it off. It felt like it took forever to remove my nail polish. I'm all for environmentally responsible products, but it's not worth it for this much aggravation.
Anne: more than a year ago
Great acetone free nail polish remover. I agree that it requires alot more product to remove polish than regular remover. I found that using pieces of old nylons works more efficiently that cotton pads. The nylon is slightly abrasive and absorbs less so you can make your bottle last longer.
Peiji: more than a year ago
i've used this before and really like how it conditions the nails
while and after removing the nail polish. It does have a bit of an
odor, but it doesn't bother me because it keeps my nails from
being dry and brittle. It takes a little longer to remove nail polish,
but all you have to do is soak the nails with a cotton pad for a bit
and then remove the polish.
Sarah: more than a year ago
I thought this was a great concept, but it was not all it promised to be. I tried it on conventional nail polish with a fine sparkle, and ended up scraping most of the polish off myself. I even left it on longer than necessary, but there was no change. It also has a very strong odour. Maybe it works well with their polish, but I've switched back to standard removers.