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I am here with my favorite product today. Yes! It is a glitter and nail art polish remover called “Nail-Aid Gel Acetone Polish Remover for Glitter and Nail Art”.I am very glad that I found this product. I stopped using glitter nail polishes because it is very difficult to remove them and the process is time-consuming, but now it is very easy to use and remove glitter polishes with this product. Let me explain on how this is used and more on it below:
Remove glitter polish from your hands and feet in 4 minutes. Just wipe the glitter polish off after the 4 minutes. It’s the first ever acetone gel. No-RUB gel clings to nails and removes glitter and nail art. Won’t dry nails or skin. No white residue. No liquid spills. No drips. No waste. Use on toenails. Just dab it on!.
How To Use:
Step 1: Dip to fully coat the nail. Remove nail from jar. Dip nails 1 at a time. Close jar lid tightly.
Step 2: To remove glitter & nail art let NO-RUB sit on nail for 4 minutes. Do not rub.
Step 3: Press paper towel over nail. Just wipe off. Wash hands with soap and rinse.
$3.88 for 4,6oz
The product comes in a pink plastic bottle with s yellow cap. Since we have to dip our nails to use the product, this packaging is very comfortable.
Acetone. Aqua/Water, Carbomer, PEG-15 Cocamine, Linoleic Acid, Dimethicone, Red 33(CI 17200).
My take on Nail-Aid 1st Acetone Power Gel No-Rub Glitter & Nail Art Remover :
I had seen few YouTube videos about this remover and thought of giving it a try. I am really happy that I purchased this product. It made removing glitter polish very easy. Now I can wear glitter polishes all the time. I’ve used this product a few times now and it works best if you cover your entire nail in the gel and wait 4-5 minutes for it to work it’s magic. Remember to only get the lid off, just to dip and then reseal it tightly. If not, the acetone will evaporate and it will ruin the smooth consistency of the gel inside. When dipping, if any gel gets on the fingers, just wipe off the excess using the rim of the jar before closing the lid.
After the time is up, I use a paper towel to wipe it off. I use my thumb and start at the cuticle and press down and then push it from left to right all the way down the nail. For me, almost all of the glitter comes off and whatever is left, over I rub it off with soap and water under the tap.
Do not use cotton balls, it will stick to the glitter and it will make a big mess (I have tried it). Use only paper towel for removal. Do not keep the container close to the nose and try to smell it. I did it and I had burning sensation in my throat due to strong acetone content.
Overall, I liked the Nail-Aid Gel Acetone Polish Remover for Glitter and Nail Art. It is really worth the money and it does a very good job for all you glitter polish lovers.
Things to remember:
Do not use cotton balls for removal.
Close the jar tightly.
Do not take the jar near the nose to smell it.
Keep away from fire and do not use while smoking.
Keep away of eyes.
Wash hands immediately after use, with soap.
Pros of Nail-Aid 1st Acetone Power Gel No-Rub Glitter & Nail Art Remover:
- Removes glitter and nail art very easily.
- Worth the price.
- Does not dry out my nails.
- Convenient jar pack
Cons of Nail-Aid 1st Acetone Power Gel No-Rub Glitter & Nail Art Remover:
- Should be very careful while using and storage
- Availability in India is an issue
- Strong acetone content.
Would I purchase Nail-Aid 1st Acetone Power Gel No-Rub Glitter & Nail Art Remover ?
I will definitely repurchase this product and I highly recommend it as well.
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