Have you ever find yourself getting headache from the smell of nail polish remover or hate it when your skin dries out upon applying some in your nails? It must have got you to thinking if it is possible to remove our nail polish without using nail polish remover.
You might have some of this in your bathroom or kitchen. You don’t have to sacrifice using nail polish remover just to get rid of your nail polish or worst not to use nail polish at all when there are several hacks that you can try out there. You’ll never have to sacrifice your much needed beautiful nail polish for a bottle of nail polish remover again.
You Can Try Using Hair Spray
A lot of you may think that this idea is a bit horrifying but some who have tried it said that this convenient removal method will definitely work in a pinch and you will be surprised to see what your trusted hair spray can offer. It can take off the remnants of your SNS nails without any hassle.
How to do it?
Just place your cotton ball directly to the nozzle of the hair spray to completely saturate it then, simply swipe the cotton ball over your nails and repeat as needed. Wash hands thoroughly when all polish has been removed, and give your hands some extra TLC with a generous dose of hand cream.
Lemon and Vinegar Juice
The extremely acidic nature of vinegar makes it a healthier alternative to your typical household cleaner. So putting it on your nails will surely do no harm. The combination of lemon juice which is also acidic can get the job done quickly and not to mention it being chemical free.
How to do it?
Combine the lemon juice and the vinegar in one shallow bowl and let it soak for a good 10-20 minutes. Using a cotton ball, wipe the mixture the way you would using a nail polish remover and watch your SNS nail polish take off.
Hydrogen Peroxide and Hot Water
Another option in removing SNS nails in a pinch is by using hydrogen peroxide, the mild antiseptic releases oxygen that helps in removing nail polishes. This is a random product nearly available in every household because it works either as bathroom cleaning product or medical supply.
How to Do It?
Mix two parts of hydrogen peroxide with one part hot water, make sure to dilute it properly as it can be a bit strong sometimes. Then, soak your fingers in the solution while massaging the polish off with your hands. If there are some remaining polishes, you can use nail file to file it off.