Nail Polish Removers
Acetone Free Nail Polish Removers At Kiana Beauty
If you’re buying nail polish, make sure you have an acetone-free nail polish remover with you. No matter how long your nail polish stays on, sooner or later it will start to wear off. And when it does, you’ll need to remove it because chipped nail polish doesn’t look good. But why go for a no-acetone solution? Let us explain. The acetone in a nail polish remover will dry out your nails and discolour them. If you’ve ever bought nail polish removers and notice that they’ve turned your nails yellow, it’s because it contained acetone. At Kiana Beauty, we have acetate free removers that will keep your nails shiny and healthy.
Choose from our liquid or wipe nail polish removers to suit your needs. Travelling? Why not take our quick and easy nail polish remover wipes which are acetone-free and enriched with Vitamin E so they won’t dry out your nails. Nail polish wipes have the remover sprayed over wipes. They are easier to use as you don’t have to soak a cotton ball in the remover to apply. You can just take a sheet out and use it on your nails.
How and when to use a nail polish remover?
Depending on your needs, you can use a nail polish remover whenever, wherever you want. If you’re bored of the current colour of your nail polish and want to apply a different one, you’ll need to remove the one already applied. Just take a nail polish remover wipe and wipe your nails with it. A few clean sweeps should do it for you. If you want to match nail polish with your clothes, you’d want to use the remover every day. But if you only want to remove the nail lacquer when it starts fading away, you can use the acetone free nail polish remover once a week or so.
How effective are nail polish remover wipes?
Nail polish remover wipes work pretty much the same as liquid or gel nail polish remover. Except with a liquid, you’ll need to pour it out on a cotton ball. This can take extra time. Wipes are easier to use as you just have to pull out a sheet and wipe your nails with it.Read more...