Applying lacquer is one of the most enjoyable things for women of all ages. Varnishing makes the hands and nails beautiful, so women try to use the varnish in every ceremony and match their clothes.
But some women can hardly get rid of their nail polish and do not use acetone because acetone is a harmful substance that causes skin allergies and brittle nails.
Home and natural ways to remove acetone-free varnish:
If you want to use acetone for any reason or the unavailability of the required materials, join this section to learn how to remove acetone-free varnish at home.
All you need is the amount of toothpaste. It is best to choose white toothpaste that contains ethyl acetate. To remove the varnish, do the following:
- Apply some toothpaste to your nails.
- Apply toothpaste on the nails with an old cotton ball or toothbrush.
- After removing the varnish, wash your hands thoroughly with water and apply emollient cream on your nails and hands.
Body spray to remove varnish
If you do not have nail polish remover, we recommend using body spray, remove the spray from a distance and spray on the nails and wipe the nail polish with a cotton swab. Do this on all nails to make nail polish easier.
Hair spray like body spray can be a good choice. After spraying on the nails, quickly remove the varnish with damp cotton because the hair spray is very dry.
Alcohol and alcoholic derivatives
The best material for cleaning varnish is isopropyl or other products containing alcohol (or ethyl glycol). The higher the alcohol concentration, the easier it is to clean the nail polish. If you do not have alcohol at home, you can use products that contain alcohol, such as perfume, hand sanitizer, deodorant spray, etc.
You can use a hand sanitizer to remove nail polish without nail polish remover. To do this, you must first soak your nails in warm water for 20 minutes and then rub your nails with cotton soaked in disinfectant to remove nail polish.
People who use perfume have different types of it at home, soak the cotton in the perfume and gently apply it to the nail polish.
Hot water and dry cloth
Another natural way is to soak your fingers in a bowl of water until the varnish softens and usually takes no more than 20 to 25 minutes. When you take your hand out of the water, gently rub it on the nails with a dry cloth to clean it. Of course, be careful not to overheat the water to burn your hands.
A combination of lemon and vinegar
Replace the combination of lemon and vinegar with acetone to make it healthier and more harmful for this purpose:
Mix 1 tablespoon lemon juice and one tablespoon vinegar, put all your fingers in warm water for 5 to 10 minutes, then dip a cotton ball in the mixture and rub gently for 10 to 20 seconds.
Oxygenated water and hot water
To clean your nail polish, mix two units of hydrogen peroxide and one unit of warm water, put your nails in it for ten minutes, and then remove the nail polish with one nail. The warmer the water, the easier it is to clean the nail polish.
Clean your nail polish with another nail polish
It is interesting to know that you can remove your nail polish with another nail polish. To remove nail polish, apply another coat of nail polish on the old nail polish and quickly wipe it off with a cloth to prevent it from drying out, in which case the old nail polish will return to a liquid state and will be easily removed. Do not use cotton in this method because cotton threads stick to wet varnish, so the varnish can not be cleaned well. You may need to do this 2 or 6 times before the nail polish is completely removed.