Smells like candy

So you’re crunchy at heart, but polished on the surface—literally, with nail polish. And acetone may be an effective remover for finger lacquer, but it’s also a flammable solvent and can irritate the respiratory system. And non-acetone removers may also contain noxious ingredients, in addition to gelatin, such as Target’s Up & Up brand. So it’s harmful to your health, the environment and it ain’t vegan. Conversely, Priti NYC Soy Polish Remover ( smells sweet and citrusy—like candy, actually—which beats the harsh odor of acetone. It’s nontoxic, biodegradable and it works quite well. It’s pricier than conventional removers ($11.25 for 2 ounces vs. about $3 for 6 ounces), but ask yourself: Is your health worth it?