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Video Review of A Beautiful Life Soy Polish Remover

See If Soy Nail Polish Remover Really Works

There are many advantages to trying out a soy-based nail polish remover, including the fact that it's eco-friendly and won't dry out the nails. Also, since it's acetone- and chemical-free, you won't have to inhale stinky fumes when using it. But the real question is, does it work as well as regular formulas? Check out this video, where we test A Beautiful Life's Soy Polish Remover ($20), to find out.

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Colleen2538468 Colleen2538468 3 years
I've tried two natural nailpolish removers now: a generic CVS version that cost about $4 or $5, and one I bought at Whole Foods by Karma Organics ($12). My verdict? The CVS one absolutely sucked. It was sudsy, and it took forever. The smell was gross too. The Karma Organics one, however, worked like a charm. It takes off natural and commercial polishes in seconds (I don't know about the nail strips). Also, it has a consistency like a dry oil, so my nails and cuticles didn't feel dried out after removing the polish. Overall, if you're looking for an effective natural remover, definitely try the Karma Organics formulation.
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 4 years
It definitely does work, but it does take longer. My nails don't do well with harsh chemicals like acetone, so ABL works well for me. One note: It didn't handle my Sally Hansen nail strips well, and I had to use a drugstore acetone-free remover to get those off. But for regular polish, no problems at all.
FragranceFiend530 FragranceFiend530 4 years
This looks like a great alternative to the strong-smelling drug-store brands. Whether its "acetone-free" or not, it's still very strong smelling and stripping to the nail. However, the price and the fact that it takes longer are a down-side. I do think that it's nice to know that there's an alternative out there, and that there was a tutorial provided to show us that it does indeed work!
ClassicalTorture ClassicalTorture 4 years
There is no such thing as "chemical-free". everything in the world, right down to air and water, is made of chemical substances!
hyperchild0405x3 hyperchild0405x3 4 years
You've found out about my secret weapon! I like using soy polish remover on glitter nails. I'll dab it on all my nails using a q-tip and let it soak in for a while and then use a cotton pad with regular acetone remover to wipe it all away.
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