100% natural nail polish remover from Kure Bazaar (Review)

all-natural nail polish remover from Kure Bazaar

If you are looking for the best natural nail polish remover, the one from Kure Bazaar is definitely worth considering. Unlike some other natural polish removers, it’s 100% natural which is something that not many brands can boast about. It’s in no way perfect but it does the job so I am happy to recommend it. Read my full review below.

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Kure Bazaar Nail Polish Remover – Ingredients

This all-natural nail polish is made of the following ingredients:

  • Rose Damascena Flower water
  • Diethyl Succinate
  • Pogostemon cablin (Patchouli) leaf oil
  • Rosa Rubiginosa Seed Oil (Rosehip oil)
  • Tocopherol
  • Citric Acid
  • Potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate (preservatives)

As you can see above, the list of ingredients is pretty short and all the ingredients are pretty clean.

The only ingredient that stands out for me is Diethyl Succinate which in chemistry is known as ester. This is a colourless clear liquid which may irritate eyes, skin, and respiratory tract so you need to make sure you use this product in a well-ventilated room. I believe this ingredient is of natural origin although I couldn’t find any information about that online.

Kure Bazaar Nail Polish Remover – My review

What I really like about Kure Bazaar nail polish remover is that it doesn’t smell like nail polish remover at all. You don’t get that strong smell of acetone or similar and the scent is actually really pleasant, I can definitely smell some rose which is lovely.

The other big plus is that when I am removing nail polish, my nails also get moisturised which is due to the plant oils found in this oil (Patchouli and Rosehip oil). So this nail polish remover won’t dry out your nails at all, unlike conventional nail polishes.

Now, the biggest downside is that you will need a little bit of patience when using this nail polish remover. That’s because the nail polish won’t get removed so easily. You need to first hold the wet cotton pad on your nail for around 5-10 seconds, depending on the nail polish brand you are trying to remove.

If you are removing Kure Bazaar nail polish, it will be much easier and quicker to remove than other brands. But it works well on Glossworks nail polishes and also Maggie Anne nail polish. Yes, it will take a little bit longer to remove but once your nail is soaked in a liquid for at least 10 seconds, the nail polish will start coming off slowly. It will come off completely at the end with no residue left, you just need to continue wiping it off.

I am actually really happy with this nail polish remover, mainly because it’s so natural and although it takes a little bit of patience, I don’t mind as I know my body is not being exposed to the harmful chemicals found in other nail polish removers.

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Petra Nakashian (previously Kravos) is a dedicated natural health and beauty blogger, driven by the loss of her parents to cancer, which led her to meticulously research beauty product ingredients. With over 10 years of experience, her in-depth knowledge has made her a trusted expert in the field. Founder of Be Healthy Now and Green Beauty Talk, Petra recently expanded her expertise with Beauty Insights Hub, exploring a wider range of beauty treatments. Committed to transparency and honesty, her work is a vital resource for navigating the complex world of beauty.