OPI ProSpa Fast-Acting Exfoliating Cuticle Cream, Eliminates Dry Rough Cuticles while Deeply Nourishing Nails with Cupuacu & White Tea, 27ml

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OPI ProSpa Fast-Acting Exfoliating Cuticle Cream, Eliminates Dry Rough Cuticles while Deeply Nourishing Nails with Cupuacu & White Tea, 27ml

OPI ProSpa Fast-Acting Exfoliating Cuticle Cream, Eliminates Dry Rough Cuticles while Deeply Nourishing Nails with Cupuacu & White Tea, 27ml

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Nail Care How to Remove Gel Nails at Home Whether you're social distancing or your mani has just grown out, you probably want to know “How do I remove gel nails at home?” This can seem daunting, so we created a step-by-step guide with the help of one of our OPI Educators, Sigourney Nunez.

Be gentle: "The area around your cuticle should be handled with care," Baker says. "Avoid aggressive filing in this area, jabbing, or prodding beneath your skin." Use a good hand and nail moisturizing cream daily. Winter and dry skin, unfortunately, go hand in hand, so on a chilly day we recommend carrying ProSpa Protective Hand Serum with you. Don’t forget to add a spritz of Moisture Bonding Ceramide Spray to keep hands smooth.Hydrate your cuticles: Like all skin, cuticles require hydration. Grant recommends applying cuticle oil religiously to keep your cuticles strong and healthy. Below, she detailed how you can safely remove your gel nails from the comfort of your own couch, just make sure you follow each step carefully to ensure you don’t cause any damage to your nails.

When it comes to washing dishes or submerging your hands in water, reach for a pair of rubber gloves beforehand. Water and detergent can dry out your hands, and cause your cuticles further problems. Nail Envy or another type of nail strengthening solution - we recommend you have this at hand before attempting to remove gel

Whether you're social distancing or your mani has just grown out, you probably want to know “How do I remove gel nails at home?” This can seem daunting, so we created a step-by-step guide with the help of one of our OPI Educators, Sigourney Nunez.

According to Grant, you can't go wrong with this cuticle remover by Blue Cross. It's the type you'll often see in many nail salons and is a bit thinner and more gentle than other formulations. Hydrate, hydrate, and then hydrate some more. Water intake is vital for healthy skin, so carry a bottle with you at all times. If indoor heating is drying out your skin, it may be worth investing in a humidifier too. Go chemical-free. Harsh soaps, hand sanitizers, and nail polish removers can dry out your cuticles. Try to swap your products for cleansing oils when washing your hands and avoid alcohol-based sanitizers. Apply cuticle remover only to cuticles: Remember that cuticle remover should not be applied to the living skin around the cuticle.

Acetone-based nail polish remover (if you do not have this at home, scroll down to the last step of the tutorial to see an alternative technique)



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