NAIL POLISH PEEL OFF 2in1 TREATMENT

DUST+CREAM
NAIL POLISH PEEL OFF 2in1 TREATMENT
NAIL POLISH DUST+CREAM PEEL OFF 2in1 TREATMENT
SKU
500-10-907
5.99€
In stock
Nail polish peel off 2in 1 treatment. It is water based and can be used as a base coat under your nail polish but also on the cuticles. The nails are effectively protected from stains and yellowing due to the fact that the color do not come in direct contact with nails. The vitamin E and aloe it contains, offer protection and hydration to nails and skin. HOW TO USE Apply Peel Off 2in1 as a base to your nails before applying your nail polish. Wait until it dries and becomes transparent and apply the nail polish. To remove the color, gently press the outline of your nail either with your fingers or with a special decorative stick. Apply a thin layer of Peel Off 2in1 to the cuticles to protect against nail polish. Wait until it dries and becomes transparent. Then paint your nails normally and after they dry, peel it off like a tape to remove the color from the cuticles. For external use only. The peel off nail polish removes the color without acetone and without damage.

Αqua, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Ethylene/Va Copolymer, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Citric Acid, Butyl Acetate, Bronopol, Sodium Hypochlorite, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Tocopheryl Acetate.

Apply Peel Off 2in1 as a base to your nails before applying the varnish. Wait until it dries and becomes transparent and apply the varnish. To remove the varnish, gently press the outline of your nail either with your fingers or with a special decorative stick.

Apply a thin layer of Peel Off 2in1 to the cuticles to protect against varnish. Wait until it dries and becomes transparent. Then paint your nails normally and after they dry, peel it off like a tape to remove the color from the cuticles.

For external use only.

The peel off varnish removes the varnish without acetone and without damaging the nails.

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