Can acetone be used to remove polygel?
As we all know, acetone is harmful to nails. However, if you are in a rush or don’t use acetone often, remove polygel with acetone may be the preferred technique. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will tell you how to remove polygel with acetone. Keep reading!
Here’s how to remove polygel with acetone:
- Cut off all the polygel that protrudes from the surface of your nail.
- Apply petroleum jelly or cuticle oil to your cuticles. This will act as a buffer to protect your skin from the acetone.
- File the top layer of the Polygel with a nail file. This allows the acetone to penetrate the Polygel and soften it.
- Apply cuticle oil to your nails after acetone because it strongly dehydrates the nails.
Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure kits to care for your nails!
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