How to Remove Gel Nail Polish With Sugar

How to Remove Gel Nail Polish With Sugar: (Easy Steps)

How to remove gel nail polish with sugar?

To remove gel nail polish using sugar, you will need some basic household ingredients. Start by mixing equal parts of sugar and water to create a gritty paste. Apply the paste to each nail, ensuring it covers the entire surface with a thick layer. Gently massage the paste onto the nails for a few minutes, allowing the sugar granules to exfoliate and break down the gel polish. Afterward, rinse your hands with warm water to remove the sugar paste. You can then use a nail file to gently lift off any remaining gel polish. Remember to moisturize your nails and cuticles afterward to keep them healthy. This sugar method provides a natural and gentle way to remove gel nail polish without damaging your nails.

To remove gel nail polish with sugar, you can follow these steps:

1. Start by gathering your supplies. You will need granulated sugar, a cuticle pusher or orangewood stick, a nail file, aluminum foil, cotton balls or pads, acetone nail polish remover, and a moisturizing cuticle oil or lotion.

2. Begin by using a nail file to gently roughen the surface of the gel polish. This will help the acetone soak into the polish more effectively.

3. Next, take a cotton ball or pad and soak it in acetone nail polish remover. Place the soaked cotton ball on the nail, covering the gel polish.

4. Take a small amount of granulated sugar and sprinkle it onto the soaked cotton ball, making sure it covers the entire nail.

5. Wrap each nail in a small piece of aluminum foil to hold the cotton ball and sugar in place. Make sure the foil is snug but not too tight.

6. Let the foil-wrapped nails sit for about 10-15 minutes to allow the acetone and sugar mixture to work on dissolving the gel polish.

7. After the suggested time, gently remove the foil from each nail and wipe off the dissolved gel polish with a cotton ball or pad. Use the cuticle pusher or orangewood stick to gently scrape off any remaining polish.

8. After removing the gel polish, wash your hands with soap and water to remove any acetone residue.

9. Lastly, apply a moisturizing cuticle oil or lotion to nourish your nails and cuticles after the acetone treatment.

Always remember to exercise caution while using acetone, as it can be drying to the skin. If you experience any discomfort or irritation, discontinue use and consult a professional.

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