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Nail polish remover
Are you ready for a new color on your nails? With a nail polish remover you can easily remove your old nail polish, gel polish or acrylic nails. Your nails will be nice and clean again and ready to apply a new color or extension. Are you looking for the best nail polish remover? We are happy to help you.
Nail polish remover with and without acetone
A nail polish remover with acetone can easily remove nail polish, gel polish and acrylic nails from natural nails. Acetone is the most effective solvent to get the products off your nails. However, it can dry out the nail. Therefore, it is important to wash your hands after using a remover and care for your nails with a cuticle oil. A remover without acetone also removes the products on your nails well, but just a little slower. This remover is a little gentler on the natural nails and does not take the shine off your nail. What is the best nail polish remover is very personal. Do you like to use a remover with acetone or do you prefer the one without acetone? We sell both products.
Note: It is not recommended to use nail polish remover with acetone during pregnancy. Temporarily choose a remover without acetone, which you can safely use.
Good nail polish remover
Are you looking for a good nail polish remover? The NailPerfect Aceton is suitable for removing all products on your nails, such as nail polish, gel polish and acrylic nails. Your nails will be nice and clean again after use and ready for a new color or extension. Always wash your hands thoroughly after using a remover. This is because the products can dry out the skin around the nails. It is also good to care for the nails and cuticles with a cuticle oil.
How to use
- For ordinary nail polish: apply nail polish remover to a cotton ball and leave it on the nail for a while. The polish will release from the nail and you can easily brush away the residue with the cotton ball.
- When removing gel polish: before removing the polish, always file away the gloss layer. Take a cotton ball with remover, put it on the nail and then wrap it. Let this soak for about 10 minutes. Remove the loose remnants of gel polish with a cuticle pusher. Do this carefully, though! Is the polish still too stuck to the nail? If so, let it soak for a while longer.
- When removing acrylic nails: before removing acrylic nails, file away the gloss layer of the acrylic or gel polish color first. Apply a cotton ball with remover to the nail and wrap it with a foil. Let soak for about 10 to 15 minutes. Then try to remove the leftover acrylic from the nail with a cuticle pusher. Is it still not letting go properly? Then apply the remover again and let it soak for a few more minutes.
Note: nail polish remover can contain a nasty odor. Always use it in a room where you can open a window for good ventilation.