GelLack remover. New formulation
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away. NB! If you open the wrap too soon before you begin scraping, the remover fluid evaporates, which means the polish
will become hard again and be more difficult to remove.
1. Apply plenty of GelLack Remover to the cotton surface of the removal wrap and then seal the foil up very firmly. Make sure that the well-soaked cotton covers the entire surface of the nail.
2. Wait 15 minutes. NB: The time it takes to work may vary depending on nail type. First open one removal wrap to see if the polish has softened. If it has softened all over, start to gently scrape away the GelLack using an orange stick. Take care not to damage the nail as you do this. NB: Leave the wraps closed
up on the other fingers until you are ready to begin scraping the gel away. If the polish has not softened, seal the wrap again and wait until it is fully softened.
3. When it has all been softened, wash your hands with soap and warm water.
4. Smooth some cuticle cream or oil into your nails and cuticles afterwards.
Warning text GelLack Remover: Highly flammable. Use in a well-ventilated room.