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No Miss Almost Natural Polish Remover Review

No Miss Almost Natural Polish Remover Review

When it comes to a vegan manicure, it’s easy to find lots of great vegan nail polish companies and shades. However, it’s not so easy to find vegan nail polish remover. Not only do most companies test on animals but even of the ones who don’t, most use animal ingredients like gelatin and lanolin. This is why I was so excited when I found No Miss Almost Natural Polish Remover at my local Whole Foods! It’s totally vegan – not tested on animals and doesn’t contain any animal ingredients!

No Miss Almost Natural Polish Remover has no acetone, no ethyl acetate, and no animal ingredients like gelatin or lanolin. Instead it contains :

  • Fruit acid solvent (methyl-pentan-2 one, Multi-Fruit Acids)
  • Amber acid (derived from plant linchens)
  • Deionized water
  • Vitamin A
  • Natural Vanilla Fragrance

If you have a bottle of nail polish remover in your house, especially if it’s from a non-vegan brand, go take a look at the list of ingredients. Odds are that it’s chemical after chemical. I love that the polish remover from No Miss contains ingredients that I can actually identify instead of tons of chemicals!

No Miss Almost Natural Polish Remover is now my new favorite vegan polish remover. It removes nail polish quickly and easily. Plus, knowing that it’s totally animal friendly makes it even better. It also has a really nice vanilla scent, not a chemical scent at all. It didn’t dry out my nails or the skin around them either like most polish removers I’ve used in the past have (it should be noted that this also means before I switched to a vegan lifestyle).

If you aren’t familiar with No Miss, definitely check them out. You can see all of their products on the No Miss website. You can also follow No Miss on Twitter and Like them on Facebook.

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  • Reply Heel in Mint Sunday - April 8, 2012 at 3:39 pm

    I like that it’s vegan but it does have a strong fruity smell. To me, it smells like one of those organic sweet fruit acids in chemical lab. I want to try Scotch Naturals and other brands out there.

    Heel in Mint

  • Reply Amber Thursday - April 5, 2012 at 4:55 pm

    Do you know if s No Miss a vegan company?

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