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02/09/13: Fresh Therapies Eden Nail Polish Remover vs Chanel & Mavala


Today I wanted to share with you a little video I made about the natural nail polish remover by Fresh Therapies. I'm sure some of you will have already read about this product, and I'm thankful to those that have reviewed it previously as I never would have come across it otherwise. But rather than writing a full review I thought that it might be useful to see it in action, showing that it really is rather good - so click below to have a look and a listen!

[Apologies for the jump in the middle, my camera decided to go to sleep!]

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Good for me?
As you can see it really does the job.  The small bits around the edges are pretty much on par with what would be left on my skin using a regular nail polish remover, and ordinarily I would have to go back across each nail once I had finished.  I deliberately chose black and red to show that it can tackle even the most painted of nails.  And with only a little bit of remover. I don't know about you, but I could never remove my colour with that little amount of regular polish remover.

Good for you?
One of the things I love about this product, besides it's efficacy is the smell - it isn't pungent, just slightly citrus-y. It was a pleasure to use and if you're someone that can't bear the strong nail polish remover smell, then this is a serious alternative to consider regardless of whether you're looking for a more natural polish remover or not.

The only point that might put some people off is that it's considerably more than the pink concoction found in most drugstores, retailing at £9 for 50ml.  I think it's worth it, but if you don't believe me try a sample here and find out for yourself. :) 

What do you think?  Is it a product that interests you?


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Fresh Therapies Nail Polish Remover: Dimethyl Glutarate, Dimethyl Adipate, Dimethyl Succinate, Ethylhexyl Palmitate*, Limonene*,Citrus Aurantifolia Oil*, Citral*, Linalool*
*vegetable derived

9 comments:

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  1. Love that you did a little demo! I have the full sized bottle and I would definitely say it's worth the money... I've used it about 7/8 times and have barely made a dent in the bottle so I think it's going to last a pretty long time as you only need such a small amount!

    Ria x
    NatuRia Beauty

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    1. Definitely planning to invest :) Is the bottle glass? It looks like it is, but I wasn't sure. Thanks - was a bit nervous but hopefully it will help someone make up their mind!

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  2. I've been wanting to try this for a while but never get round to buying it. Great demo! x

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    1. Same here, definitely recommend a sample - bargain price. :) x

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  3. You probably don't need to know what I think of this product as I'm always mentioning on the blog/videos :) it works for me

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    1. I might not need to know, but I love that you stopped by anyway :) x

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  4. This remover looks really good! :) I'm impressed!

    www.gingerbreadsmiles.blogspot.co.uk
    x

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  5. That colour is fab I am so obsessed with red and orange nailpolish lately haha xx

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