The beauty tip... a natural nail-polish remover
Kure Bazaar is innovating with a natural nail-polish remover made from sugar cane, wheat and maize in two versions: one with bamboo and ginger another with rose water.
In 2013, Kure Bazaar brought out a super-chic collection of nail polish that left out all the nasty chemicals: no more toluene, formaldehyde, synthetic camphor, which have been accused of being allergenic, neurotoxic, carcinogenic or endocrine disruptive. Instead, wood pulp, cotton, wheat, maize and potato replaced many of the usual ingredients.
Today the brand is innovating once again with a natural nail-polish remover made from sugar cane, wheat and maize in two versions: one with bamboo and ginger for fragile nails, and another with rose water for all types of nails. But there’s no point trying to use it on competitors’ varnishes, since it was conceived for Kure Bazaar’s products and doesn’t work on non-ecological nail polishes.
By Laurence Hovart
Repairing or moisturizing nail-polish remover by Kure Bazaar. On sale at Bon Marché.