This is a great alternative was to remove nail polish, that is healthy and inexpensive. This is like really easy!!
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Step 1: The THREE Ingredients That You Need!
You will need equal parts lemon juice and vinegar, You will also need some cotton balls. And some lukewarm water to soak your nails in before hand (optional).
Step 2: Applying to Nail!!
Use a cotton ball and dip it in the mixture. Squeeze out the excess liquid. Place the cotton ball on your nails for about 10 seconds and gently rub it on the nail. Repeat if necessary to remove all the remnants of the nail polish and you are done!
Step 3: Optional?!
If the nail polish is hard to come off, then you could soak your nails in lukewarm water for about ten minutes before trying to remove it.
Step 4: The Science!
Both the vinegar and lemon juice are acidic. They cause the nail enamel to dissolve with them when the cotton is rubbed.
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