If you're like me you're never without a lick of nail polish on your manicured hands. Whether it's OPI, Barry M, or Essie, I feel a bit naked if I don't have a bit of colour on my finger nails. But having perfectly painted nails all the time can be a hassle, especially when it comes to taking off the polish. And I've yet to meet a girl who likes the smell of acetone. Here at The Amazing Blog there's no shortage of nail polish, adhesive nails or nail polish remover, so we'll take any help we can get! So in steps Suncoat Nail Polish Remover Gel, which might seem like a strange concept at first, but you'll get used to it, trust me. This all natural nail polish remover is perfect for on the go girls, whether it's one nail or your whole hand. Of course, being all natural it's not as quick as swiping over your fingers, but what else do you have to do when you're sitting on the tube in the morning! It's made from corn and soy and it way more gentle on your nails than regular polish which along with taking off your nail polish, can sometimes strip away some of the natural oils on your nail. Suncoat works with all different nail polishes, is not tested on animals and is vegan friendly, so you have no excuse not to try it out! Just squeeze out a small amount (you don't need a massive amount) over your nail, let it sit for about a minute, and wipe it away with a cotton ball or a bit of tissue - simple. I use at least two coats of polish when I paint my nails and I've not had any trouble removing my polish.

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