Video Review of Keeki Pure and Simple Water Based Nail Polish

Watch this video review of Keeki Pure and Simple water based nail polish to find out more about this fabulous brand of safe non-toxic nail polish for kids and grown-ups! See swatches of Cherry Pie, a sparkly red nail polish. Plus a bonus review of the Keeki Organic Shimmer Stick for lips in Sophisticated.

You can also read a written review of Keeki Pure and Simple water based nail polish, with a seven day wear test and photos. Or find out How to Apply Keeki Pure and Simple Nail Polish.

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  3. Lola says:

    I was just wondering if you could tell us all what the most effective all natural remover is for water based nail polishes…Do you like keeki remover better than honeybee gardens remover or honey bee gardens remover better than acquarella remover, etc. Thanks!

    • Heidi says:

      I like that Acquarella remover does not have a strong smell and is not flammable. Acquarella remover can also be used to clean your nails right before painting them. However, it can take a long time to remove polish if you use more than two coats or leave the polish on for a long time. It also does not seem to work if you use base and top coat with the water based nail polish.

      I like that Keeki remover smells good, but it is very drying on my skin and is flammable.

      I do not like Honeybee Gardens remover, since it is almost the same as remover used with regular nail polish. It is not really a natural alternative. It is also extremely flammable.

      I plan to write a post comparing the removers from water based nail polish brands sometime in the future, so check back.

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