The Best Nail Polish Remover Ever: Sante

    Last year I have started using nail polish again (the last time was when I was still at school, can you believe it?). And while I discovered that painting my nails is a lot of fun (albeit time-taking), very soon my nails started splitting peeling. Now, this was very upsetting to me and took a long time to get rid of, so I started looking for a better nail polish remover than the one I had.
     Now, I'm very nerdy, and "looking for" in my case means searching through blogs, forums and review sites. And that's how I stumbled upon Sante -- it had tons of rave reviews and it was natural and cruelty-free (though I haven't been writing much about this on the blog, cruelty-free is a major criterium for me when choosing cosmetics).
     The Sante nail-polish remover in organic, and has lovely ingredients -- among them orange and castor oils. It doesn't dry out the nails at all, and smells lovely -- like oranges.
     I have to admit it took me a while to work out how the packaging works, but it's actually very easy -- you push the "plate" down, and then it fills itself with the nail polish remover liquid, and you can dip your cotton pad in it. I like it, since there is less chance of pouring too much product on the cotton pad as compared to regular bottles.
      I paid around 5€ for 100ml, so it isn't the cheapest nail polish remover in town -- but if you need something gentle it is totally worth paying the difference. I got mine at the DM drogerie, but you can usually find Sante products in natural / healthy food stores. Here is a list of places where you can buy Sante products internationally.

This product is a BDIH-certified natural product, crueltly free, vegan and gluten free.

Ingriedient List (INCI):
Alcohol denat., Ethyl Lactate, Ricinus Communis (castor oil), Aqua (Water), Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil
, Limonene, Linalool

   Have you tried the Sante nailpolish remover? If not, what is your personal favourite product to remove nail colour?

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