As we all know, using acetone to remove poly gel nails is not the best long-term solution. However, if you are in a rush or don’t use acetone often, this may be the preferred technique. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will tell you 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 low grit 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.
We hope you found these methods useful. In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure kits to care for your nails!
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