An Odorless Nail Polish Remover? Yep…G2 Organics Odorless Organic Review

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Ever be somewhere totally random like a packed car on the subway and suddenly have the urge to remove your nail polish?

No? Just me? OK.

All jokes aside though, if the strong scent of nail polish remover really gets to you, you have to try G2 Organics Odorless Organic Nail Polish Remover. I received a sample from the company, but not only that I actually had the pleasure of meeting one of the co-founders Cherie Corso and we had a nice chat about positive energy and the universe while we were both on a Fox 5 Good Day NY holiday fashion segment with Jené Luciani. In fact, the odorless nail polish remover even includes Reiki charged crystals that exemplify well-being.

Great—but does this stuff work?

Yep! It’s completely odorless. You could break this out ANYWHERE and no one would know you’re using nail polish remover. It makes my inner eight year old boy come out because I feel totally sneaky using this—like I’m doing magic or something. I use my Chanel Le Coton pads (which several of you told me I’m nuts for purchasing…lol) to remove my polish and it comes clean off. I don’t need to use more than regular polish and this isn’t drying at all which is a plus.

But then comes the price. If you’re used to buying 99 cents nail polish at the drugstore, brace yourself for the price—G2 Organics Odorless Organic Nail Polish Remover is $15.95 for 4 fl oz (120mL) or you can get the “brown label” plastic biodegradable bottle for $9.95.

This is when you ask yourself if you’d rather not deal with the smell of regular nail polish remover and prefer something 95% organic. Me, I would but would probably go for the $9.95 bottle. I’m so nervous I’ll drop the $15.95 glass bottle version.

Get G2 Organics Odorless Organic Nail Polish Remover at g2organics.com.

About Danielle

A former finance girl, Danielle is a New York City based freelance writer and fashion and beauty expert. She's a Hofstra University and Fashion Institute of Technology grad with an obsession with fashion and beauty which she loves to tell you all about every weekday on her award-winning blog. Think of her as your style and beauty entourage all wrapped up into one bubbly brown package. Danielle's work and expertise can be found in print and across the web in Cosmopolitan for Latinas, StyleBlazer.com, and more! She's also appeared as an on-air style expert on CBS New York's "The Couch" and WPIX11's Savvy Shopper segment.
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2 Responses to An Odorless Nail Polish Remover? Yep…G2 Organics Odorless Organic Review

  1. Mzri says:

    This is balling on a totally different level lmao. I was cool with the $15 polish remover; I use Zoya remove+ (which is the best thing ever) and the 32 oz bottle is $25. But when I read that you are using Chanel cotton to remove your nail polish, my mouth dropped.
    I use Shiseido cotton, which is probably half the price of chanel, and if it was all I had and I needed to take some polish off, it would just have to stay on until I got to a drug store. I would literally use toilet paper before I touched my Shiseido cotton.
    I do love the idea of odorless polish remover though :)

    • Danielle says:

      Ha! Not balling at all (especially if you saw what I look like right now). I took a few with me to Georgia and it was the first thing I put my hand on. Though I do like using them for nail polish removal because I can usually get all ten digits with just one pad.

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