Nail Polis Remover

Kierra LockeKierra Locke Registered Users Posts: 45
Anybody have any recommendations as to what to look for and what to avoid? Normally I buy whatever's cheapest and doesn't have acetone. But I've spent this month suffering a reaction to some remover used earlier this month and want to rethink my strategy. I think this may have due to the age of the product but then again I don't know anything about nail polish remover.
4a, natural for 5 years :mrgreen:
Poo: Still on the lookout!
CoWash: Also need a good one. Recently restarted this.
RO Conditioner: EMB but looking for something with more detangling power
Style: CJCCCC, HESMU spray gel


  • rouquinnerouquinne Registered Users Posts: 13,737 Curl Connoisseur
    i prefer the acetone-free generic from the drugstore.

    you might want to try a name brand like Sally Hansen or Cutex, though, if you're having reactions to the cheap stuff. i honestly don't know if nail polish remover has an expire date on it, but i'm not a chemist by any stretch of the imagination.
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