What Nail Polish Remover to Use
What's the best type of nail polish remover to help you take it all off? The answer will depend upon what's on your nails and your personal preferences.
Acetone nail polish removers are the strongest of the bunch and can remove most any type of polish with ease. If you want to soak off artificial nails, acetone nail polish may be the only type suitable for your needs as some types of acrylics and nail glues can only be dissolved with products that contain this chemical.
If the smell of a traditional nail polish remover is too intense for you or you have a sensitivity to acetone, a non-acetone product may be a good substitute. These chemically-based nail polish removers can lift off most polishes but they have milder scents.
Do you want to use as few chemicals on your nails as possible? Natural polish removers can take away some types of polish and use plant-based ingredients as substitutes for many of the chemicals found in acetone and non-acetone products.
Liquids vs Pads vs Pens
Once you've zeroed in on acetone, non-acetone or natural polish remover products, you're ready to choose the way that you want to take off all that polish.
Cotton pads and towelettes that are pre-soaked in polish remover can make removing enamel as easy as wiping down your fingers or toes. If you prefer to soak your nails in remover or want to be in full control of how much you use, a liquid product in a bottle or a jar is a great solution. To clean up stray polish after your mani or pedi, you can use a handy corrector pen or dip a cotton swab in a remover liquid. back to top »
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