Though you don’t need to remove nail polish daily from fingernails or toes, you shouldn’t leave polish on your nails for more than a week at a time. Otherwise, they’ll become yellow and brittle. When you do remove polish from your fingernails or toes, it’s important that it be removed properly to maintain the health of your nails. Here are some tips to help you remove polish the right way.
- Saturate an exfoliating cotton nail square with nail polish remover.
- Place the remover-soaked cotton square on your fingernail or toenail, and press firmly but gently for several seconds.
- Once the remover has soaked in, slide the square down your nail (from tip to cuticle) to easily sweep the polish off without scrubbing. Because of its shape, the square’s corners should easily remove polish from the cuticles.
- Once your nails are polish-free, use soap and water to wash the chemicals from your hands.
Exfoliating cotton nail squares are optimal for difficult-to-remove nail polish like trendy dark and/or glitter polish.
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