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Painting nails requires patience and creativity, not to mention your non-dominant hand to do manicure is more difficult. Sometimes you need to take two, three, or more tries to achieve the desired results you want. Although you are extremely cautious, it is still very easy to get gel polish on your skin. To avoid screwing up your nails, there are several options to remove gel nail polish and remain healthy nails at the same time.
If you don't have gel polish remover with you, but you need to get gel polish off skin, here are some recommended alternatives for you.
1. Alcohol-based products, such as perfume, hair spray, hand sanitizer, rubbing alcohol, etc. However, it may cause skin irritation. Remember to apply a moisturizer or cuticle oil afterward to restore hydration to your complexion.
2. Natural substances such as lemon, coconut oil, vinegar, vitamin E oil and toothpaste, etc. Some people even said warm water can help remove the gel polish from your skin. The biggest advantage of these natural substances is that it doesn’t contain acetone -while great at moisturizing your hands carefully.
3. Nail Cleanser, professional cleanser that removes dirt and the sticky residue from your nails, leaving you with a clean and flawless manicure. It also helps to remove any excess spilled gel on your skin easily.
If you want to make sure you don’t get gel polish on your skins around the nails, Lagunamoon Liquid Peel Off Tape can help you to avoid the extra spill! Simply apply it on the cuticles area around your nails before your manicure, and peel it off right after, you’ll have a decent and neat manicure without gel messing around your skins!