Pretty Nails Instant Polish Remover Regular
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It comes in a plastic "jar" with a screw top lid and when you open it there is a sealed paper/foil covering that you remove. Once you do this you're met with the strong scent of acetone remover but that's to be expected. What isn't expected is a pink sponge with a thin metal ring attached to a rod in the center. I had to read the instructions at this point.
So once you open it all you have to do is insert your fingers (one at a time) in the center of the "sponge" and swivel back and forth to completely remove your polish. I set my hands on a towel just in case as I did each finger and then washed my hands afterwards.
There was no staining, all polish was removed, my nails weren't damaged and the material inside wasn't discolored with my nail polish. In fact, it still isn't after numerous uses of colours from nudes to black! To "clean" the sponge material inside all you do is push it down in the packaging a few times and I guess the chemicals dissolve the paint you can't see.
The metal rod with circle is for use with toenails. There are special instructions for toenails but they are simple. Use just use the metal piece as a danger because the toes are shorter.
***Clearly this isn't a natural product so I'm not recommending it for those who wish to be organic etc but if you want some thing efficient, easy to use and different then try thing out for a couple dollars.
The down side: Red nail polish is definitely going to leave the entire tip of your finger as well as your cuticles a lovely but undesired shade of pink. Your hands smell like remover for awhile, even if you wash them. Because you're applying remover to your whole finger, not just the nail, your skin gets somewhat funky.
End result: i use it sparingly and only
With light colored polish.
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