Josie Maran Bear Naked Nail Wipes Review


I am a huge fan of Josie Maran’s beauty products, including the Bear Naked facial wipes. They smell amazing and the proceeds go to a good cause. Since I liked those, I decided to try the BearNaked Nail Wipes, which are grapefruit scented. The smell is very pleasant and natural, not cloying and artificial.


These portable three-in-one nail wipes remove nail polish, repair dry cuticles, and promote healthy nails—naturally. Acetone free and grapefruit-scented, Bear Naked Nail Wipes are infused with organic Argan oil to moisturize cuticles and support nail growth.

For $9, you get 20 wipes, which definitely adds up; however, they are moisturizing and your money goes to a good cause: the Polar Bear SOS initiative of the National Resources Defense Council.


Now, do they work? They do work, but I am not able to remove polish from ten fingers with just one wipe and need to use two if I am wearing a 3 coat polish. With less coats, I just need one. I love how gentle they are. They do not burn my fingers and they actually feel good on my skin. And how often does a nail polish remover smell good? Hardly ever!


I would purchase these again and prefer them for travel because the container is so lightweight, and it makes me happy that part of the proceeds go to a good cause.


2 thoughts on “Josie Maran Bear Naked Nail Wipes Review

  1. They remind me of the La Fresh removers – although I didn’t like La Fresh removers because it was too weak of a product, it took so much scrubbing to get the polish off, it did smell good though :-/ It’s bad but I stick to my acetone. Ooo, but this one is a treatment too? That’s kind of nice. The polar bears are cute too.

    • I used La Fresh facial wipes that I got from Ipsy. That’s my only experience with La Fresh, and I hated those wipes! 😦 They barely took off any makeup.

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