Well ladies and gents, I just got WAY too excited over this DIY Natural Nail Polish Remover I put together! Have you ever tried to take nail polish off without nail polish remover? It’s typically pretty impossible, right? Not anymore! Keep reading to find out the super simple 2-ingredient recipe below.
Now I’ll be honest, I’ve tried a few methods using the same doterra Lemongrass Essential Oil but tonight I hit the jackpot. So keep reading this and at the very end I’ll post the recipe! I’m not going to bore any of you with the different ways I’ve put this remover together, but what I can tell you is they all worked I just happened to like this the best.
So let’s back track a sec here. A few years ago I started following this UH-MAZINGGG Beauty Movement called Beauty Lies Truth. You can and should totally check out their blog as you may find some of your “clean” products aren’t so clean after all at www.beautyliestruth.com. Yikes, right? Well anyways, I started reading the labels on everything I owned and legit freaked out. Now, I was in no position to just throw away everything, but I had to start somewhere. So I started researching with the help of above said blog and figured out where I wanted to start first. I started with makeup and facial cleansers/lotions. Within a month I had gone completely clean with those items and couldn’t have been happier. Really makeup isn’t the focus here so we can always save that for another day.
So how can we take off layers of nail polish without chemicals, you ask? I’m honestly thrilled you did: The answer is doterra Lemongrass Essential Oil! Exciting right? I can’t be the only one who might be amazed by this answer. So what I did was take a small ceramic dish and dropped in 8 drops of the Lemongrass EO. I then added a couple splashes of Witch Hazel so I could soak my fingernails. I set my fingernails in this dish for 30 seconds. I then dipped the cotton ball into the same mixture and just started rubbing like I would with regular nail polish remover. You will be amazed at how effective this works. What did I do next? My other hand! I couldn’t believe how safe and easy this was. So you have polish on your toes as well? No worries–just take another cotton ball to the same mixture, let it soak some of the liquid up and do the same. Without the soaking you might have to work just a midge harder to remove it all but it really wasn’t all that serious.
Until next time, friends! I hope you enjoyed this recipe, and please feel free to leave comments, questions and ideas below!
DIY Nail Polish Remover