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How to Remove Gel Nail Polish At Home or At the Salon

 

Anyone who loves getting their nails done knows that proper nail care can be
hard work. And how you remove gel nail polish is no different, it can be a lot of work. You’ll spend at
least 30 minutes with your fingers wrapped in aluminum foil or dipped in a bowl
of acetone just to soak that polish off.

What a hassle!

 

Fortunately, there’s now an easier way to remove your gel polish or acrylic nails while also protecting your skin and cuticles. In this blog, we’ll share a safe, effective, and convenient way to remove your polish. And introduce you to a NEW Product | sNails Gloves | Professional Nail Polish Remover | Removes UV/LED, Gels, Dips…any Soak-Off Polish.

 
Why Does It
Matter How You Remove Your Polish?

First off, if you’re tempted to pick, rip, or bite of your gel polish or
acrylic nails, stop in your tracks! This is the first “DIY” solution that most
people come up with, and it’s easily the worst for your nails. Whenever you
peel off your polish, layers of your nail bed will come with it. To avoid
damaging your nails, make sure you remove your gel nail polish or acrylic nails
the right way.

This involves soaking your nails in acetone.

Always before you begin..

Buff the surface your nail

Gently and slowly sanding down the top layer of polish with a coarse nail
file (180/180) can help to remove gel polish and acrylic nails. The goal here is not to remove all of the polish. Rather, you’re just looking to rough up the
topcoat.

Be sure to take it slow, remove the shine, and then move on to one of the next steps. (This step breaks the seal of your top coat and makes it easier for the acetone to get to work)

Option 1 – Aluminum Foil

 

 

Soak cotton balls and wrap with foil
Make sure you cover your surface You Will Need |Aluminum Foil – Cut into 10 equal Squares (approximately 3″x3″
squares) – 10 Cotton Balls & AcetoneTake one cotton ball, apply acetone, place it on the foil square.
Place your nail on the cotton ball and wrap your fingertips.
You’ll have to let this sit for up to 30 minutes before seeing whether the
polish is ready to come off with little to no pressure.

During this time, you aren’t able to use your hands at all.

Option 2 – Soaking in a Bowl ofAcetone

 

Put your nails in a bowl of acetone
An alternative to using foil and cotton balls is putting your nails in a
bowl of 100% acetone. While effective and not near as messy.
You are sitting for approximately 30 minutes without being able to use your hands.


Option 3 – Finger Nail Clips

Works like aluminum foil, the clips are designed to hold the acetone soaked cotton ball securely on your fingertip.

Soak for approximately 30 minutes.

 

 

After reading all of the methods above, you’re probably wondering…

“Isn’t there an easier way?”

Yes,  there is…

Introducing

sNails Gloves

Professional Gel Nail Polish
Remover

Acrylic Nail Remover

Acetone Soak-Off Polish Remover

 

Everything is ready for you.
We start with a pair of recyclable stretch poly gloves.
Custom fit a super absorbent cosmetic pad, then apply a precise amount of 100%
pure acetone and insert them into the fingertip of the glove.

You’ll still have to wait that 30 minutes.

But, with sNails you can use your hands
including your touchscreen electronics while you wait!

They’re the perfect swap for any of the
methods above.

Acetone
Cosmetic Pad Glove

🚫 NO FOIL | 🚫
NO CLIPS | 🚫 NO BOWLS

No more dragging out the acetone, cotton
and aluminum foil, no more clips and no more soaking in a bowl.

If you’re interested in learning more about sNails
Gloves for at-home or salon use, click link below.
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Shop sNails Nails

They’re ideal for all
who want to skip the hassle of traditional nail removal methods for gel
polishes and acrylic nails.

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