GEL IQ strips for nail polish removers from BETER .
The degree of difficulty in removing the product will depend on the state and condition of your nails. There are two methods to remove it: number 1 is advisable for all types of nails and the most recommended, number 2 is for application when you have not been able to remove it with method 1. Read the instructions and warnings before applying and removing Gel iQ.
What do you need:
- Gel iQ Remover
- Gel iQ Removal Wraps Foil Bands
Step by step Method 2 to remove the IQ Gel:
Protect the surface on which you are going to remove the enamel with a towel and make sure that the work area is well ventilated. Remove product from one hand first, then the other, as it is more difficult to do with the bands on both hands.
It is important that the bands are properly sealed as the nail polish remover evaporates very quickly and the effect will be lost. Leave the strips on all fingers until you begin to scratch the surface of the nails.
Important! If the band is removed too soon, the liquid will evaporate, making it difficult to remove as the gel hardens again. For a better result it is advisable to have a cotton pad soaked with plenty of Gel iQ Remover during the process.
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Generously apply Gel iQ Remover to the cotton inside of the foil strip, place the cotton over the nail and seal the foil sheet tightly around the nail. Make sure that the soaked cotton surface completely covers the nail.
Wait 15 minutes. Important! The time to take effect depends on the state and type of the nails. Open the band of one finger to see if the gel has softened. If it has, gently remove it with an orange stick, being careful not to damage the nail. Keep all the wrappers closed on the other fingers until you start on the next finger. If the gel has not softened enough, reseal the wrapper and wait a few more minutes.
Once the gel has been removed, wash your hands with plenty of soap and water.
Finish by applying a nourishing cream or oil to the nails and cuticles to prevent them from drying out.