Nail Polish Tips

Do You Need Acetone To Remove Polygel?

Written by Tara

After your PolyGel application, apply a layer of Top it Off Top Coat BEFORE applying two coats of your favourite nail polish. Using a non-acetone nail polish remover, you can easily change your nail colour without compromising your PolyGel enhancement.

Remove Polygel nails using oil & soap Without acetone: It can be extremely damaging to your natural nails if you repeatedly remove your manicure with acetone or a nail drill. It is now possible to remove your Polygel Nails without using acetone or a nail drill by using oil, soap, and water.

Generally Can I use alcohol for Polygel? The polygel had a great texture, very firm until you start working it. Because the alcohol does loosen the polygel up, you need to be very careful not to use too much. I found it worked best to layer a lint-free cloth over a few paper towels, then dab each side of the brush before working the polygel.

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is non acetone remover?

Non-Acetone Polish Removers Non-acetone removers use less aggressive solvents like ethyl acetate, isopropyl alcohol and propylene carbonate. Even polish removers labeled as natural or organic still use a solvent, they just don’t use acetone.

Why do my Polygel nails keep falling off?

Too much or too wet polygel will cause it to pop off. Polygel that is not completely dry will cause it to lift around the edges first. Always give enough time for the slip solution to dry completely before you affix your polylgel on your nails and you will prevent this lifting problem.

Can I use acetone instead of acrylic liquid?

Again, the answer is still a no. Non-acetone or regular nail polish removers do not chemically react with acrylic powder to create a solid product. Like acetone, non-acetone nail polish removers will dissolve the acrylic powder, not react to form a combined solid substance.

What is rubbing alcohol used for nails?

NAIL CARE ESSENTIAL – Isopropyl alcohol is a non-toxic product used to clean surfaces, beauty implements and to prevent infection from minor surface wounds like scrapes and cuts. INSTRUCTIONS – Gently wipe nails from cuticles to fingertips with 99% alcohol to remove any residual oils.

Does Polygel ruin your nails?

Is Polygel bad for your nails? Polygel is not inherently bad for your nails. As long as it is removed properly, Polygel should pose no harm to nails. Still, it’s good to take a break from Polygel—or any polish or nail enhancement for that matter—from time to time.

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I am Tara, and I am addicted to nail polishes and other beauty related things!:) Join me on my ride to paradise!