PRITI NYC Soy Nail Polish Remover Wipes

I was turned on to the Priti NYC Nail Polish Remover Wipes by the ladies of No More Dirty Looks, via their Quarterly Co subscription service. I’ll admit, it took me while to warm up to the idea of a natural nail polish remover alternative and I set them aside for some time. My thought was that this soy-derived formula had nothing on my ‘fully loaded’ Chanel polish and poisonous Seche Vite Topcoat. Only months later did I rediscover them in a desperate search for nail polish remover. What I discovered sort of blew me away.

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The Soy formula removes every last trace of existing nail polish exceptionally well and in the least offensive way. I might add, that I was in fact wearing a deep dark shade from Opi. One very well-used pad removed the polish on all ten fingers. There was no harsh odors and as they are infused with organic lemongrass essential oil, they actually have a nice scent. You can feel free to remove your polish in public without fear of offending your neighbors. The oily formula becomes a bit messy but does in fact nurture your nails and cuticles. I would pick these over my standard polish remover any day!

PRITI NYC Nail Polish Remover Wipes $10 anthropologie.com

Also available in a 2oz bottle $11.25 or 4oz $22.50 at pritinyc.com

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9 Responses to PRITI NYC Soy Nail Polish Remover Wipes

  1. Sunny says:

    Hey Taylor, these sound amazing! I also thought the “natural” ones might not be very effective, but clearly I was wrong!

  2. Cool!! I love that they’re natural and work.

  3. I’d never heard of natural nail polish remover until I read your article. I like that it’s biodegradable and no harsh odors. Thanks for sharing this. 🙂

  4. Tianna says:

    lovely! I enjoy using the Karma Organic Spa Soy Remover in Lavender. It’s a really nice scent as well. Need to try this one by Prit!

  5. Larie says:

    I saw some soy remover the other day as I was picking up another bottle of nail polish remover, and I was curious about them, but hadn’t read up on them previously. Thanks for this! Glad to hear it works!

  6. natalie says:

    Its so great that they are natural and actually work, even unnatural (I don’t know if that is the correct term, oh well) ones sometimes don’t work well.

  7. Soy remover – interesting! I think I’ve seen some nail polish remover pads sold somewhere, but I don’t think they’re a hit here, not yet anyway 🙂 I’m only using the very affordable Sally Hansen remover.

  8. ooo lemongrass! you got me there. I’ll have to keep an eye out for these! i hate the scent of most nail polish removers , plus i want something for on the go since i always leave on my nasty chipped polish for way too long!

  9. Icaria says:

    I’m impressed! Natural? I recently had to go on a quest to find one that would get rid of my beloved Dior Nuit 1947 and got O.P.I which works great but it’s all but natural.

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