Did you ever get ready for a dinner date or party, your outfit and makeup were perfect, but you just figured out that you forget to remove old nail polish? And even worst, you don’t even have a nail polish remover!
I bet it happened to you at least once.
So, what can you do if you don’t have a nail polish remover handy?
If this happens to you, you are in the right place.
There are many methods for removing nail polish without remover and they are even healthier and cheaper.
Nail polish remover often smells bed and dries our nails and skin which got us thinking about whether it is possible to remove our nail polish without remover.
We found 9 ways how to remove nail polish without nail polish remover and even better, you probably have most of the necessary materials right in your house.
Any household products with enough alcohol content can function as a solvent for the nail polish which makes it easy to simply wipe off so check your hair spray. Most of them will contain alcohol.
According to Bustle, this method gives positive results.
Here is what will you need:
1.) Take your cotton ball and place it in direct contact with the nozzle of hair spray.
2.) Step: Swipe the cotton ball over your nails and repeat.
3.) Then, when all nail polish has been removed, wash your hands thoroughly and apply the hand cream.
Vinegar is extremely acidic and is also known as a healthier alternative to your typical household cleaner. So, it also works when it comes to your nails.
When you combine it with fresh lemon juice, which is also acidic, it will be a great chemical-free nail polish remover.
1.) Soak your nails for about 15 minutes before you start removing your nail polish.
We know it is not the fastest solution, but sometimes we just don’t have the choice. Soaking the hands will speed up the process.
2.) Then, mix the equal parts of lemon juice and vinegar.
3.) Soak the cotton ball in it and press onto your nails. Hold for about 15 seconds.
4.) Then, wipe the polish off with a soaked cotton ball.
After that, all remnants of nail polish should be removed.
If you have several coats of the nail polish, it will take more time to remove it.
5.) In the end, moisturize your nails with cream or oil.
Rubbing the alcohol is more natural and less harsh than the chemicals which are found in commercial removers. It can be also beneficial if you have a nail infection because alcohol has antibacterial properties.
1.) Soak your nails for a few minutes in the bowl of lukewarm water.
2.) Then, wet a cotton ball with alcohol and use it to wipe off the nail polish.
3.) Moisturize your nails with cream or oil.
There is one more idea for removing nail polish with alcohol, but this time, it is a combination of alcohol and white sugar.
Just rubbing alcohol and a little bit of white sugar, will make your nail polish removing easier and smoother.
1.) For the beginning, soak your fingers in warm water to soften your nail polish.
2.) Make a mixture with few drops of rubbing alcohol and white sugar in a bowl.
3.) Take a cotton ball, soak it into the mixture and rub your nail with it.
4.) Rub all over the nail to wipe off the nail polish.
Hydrogen Peroxide in a combination of hot water is a great nail polish remover.
This mixture helps you to remove nail polish naturally discharging oxygen.
Just follow our steps because you must be careful when you use hydrogen peroxide.
1.) Mix hydrogen peroxide in hot water into a bowl. Try a 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide and a 1/4 cup hot water to start.
2.) Soak your nails in the mixture for around 10 to 15 minutes, but water should be the hottest you can take.
3.) While soaking, massage, and rub your nails with your fingers.
4.) Remove your fingers from the mixture and use a nail file to file off any remaining polish, as Byrdie recommends.
As Hand sanitizer is mostly one of the most usual products in our bags, this is a great idea for removing nail polish.
1.) Just use the soaked cotton ball and massage your nails.
If the cotton ball becomes saturated with color, you are in a good way. Take the new one and repeat the process until all polish comes off.
Do not use too much sanitizer.
2.) In the end, wash your hands thoroughly. Otherwise, sanitizer could dry on your nails.
It sounds unrealistic, but yes! Many women have proved this method.
Just as the deodorant, perfume can also become a nail polish remover.
Just spritz some on a tissue paper and rub on your nails.
Here is another way of how to remove nail polish without nail polish remover, but it sounds crazy.
1.) Apply nail polish on your nail while there is already nail polish on the nail. Just, don’t let it dry.
2.) Then, quickly wipe it off with a cotton ball.
3.) If the topcoat will be wet, it will help you to peel the nail polish.
You can also remove your nail polish with toothpaste. This method is simple and safe, and what is the best, it will leave your nails with a shine and minty fresh.
1.) Soak your nails in warm water for a few minutes to soften them.
2.) Take a toothbrush, squeeze on a line of toothpaste, and brush your nails. Brush them as you will brush your teeth.
3.) In the end, just wash your hands with soap and warm water.
The result will be fresh and brushed nails.
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