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Dazzle Dry Remover Uses Bio-based Acetone

Dazzle Dry Remove Lemongrass & Clove Oil Lacquer Remover now uses only bio-based acetone, as opposed to petro-chemical produced.

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A Healthy Way to Soak Off Acrylics and Gel-Polish

Acetone isn't the only ingredient to soak off products.

A Day in the Life of a Nail Expert: Brittle Nails

In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses the causes of brittle nails and explores treatment myths and solutions.   

Soak It Off

Tammy Taylor Soak it Off removes gel-polish and acrylic nails up to 50% quicker than acetone.

Soak-Off Trays

Each tray comes with five finger wells and is available in black and pink.

Chemist's Corner: Nail Cleanser

Can a nail cleanser act as a fungus preventer? NAILS spoke to a formulation chemist from Elixery to find out. 

Does Your Acetone Pass the Test?

Wondering whether to buy your acetone at the beauty supply or the hardware store? The fact is, acetone is acetone, but some acetone contains small amounts of other impurities, says Doug Schoon, president of Schoon Scientific and co-chair of the Nail Manufacturers Council on Safety.

Fire Damages Nail Polish Manufacturer Warehouse in Santa Ana, Calif.

Let It Soak: Gel-Polish Removers

To meet the soak-off needs of all of the gel-polish lines, manufacturers have begun to release their own brands of soak-off solutions and remover wraps to help techs get an effective and thorough soak for clients. These gel-polish removal liquids have added hydrating emollients to keep the removal process soft on skin, while still effectively removing all the gel.

Wrap It Up: Gel-Polish Removal Wraps

To meet the soak-off needs of all of the gel-polish lines, manufacturers have begun to release their own brands of soak-off solutions and remover wraps to help techs get an effective and thorough soak for clients. Here are some of the latest wraps to hit the market.