Acquarella | Nail Polish Remover
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Conventional removers use oils and emollients to compensate for the extreme drying of Acetone or other solvents. Those same oils and emollients hinder the binding properties of Acquarella nail polish.
What Acquarella Remover does NOT contain:
- Acetone, Acetonitrile, Methyl Acetate or other petrochemical solvents!
- Oils, Emollients or Humectants (e.g. Lanolin, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, etc)
- Gluten, Camphor, or Fragrances
- Nothing to dry or crack nails or cuticles from use
- Free of animal products - Vegan
Detailed Formula Information
Acquarella Remover is a proprietary combination of a fruit and vegetable derived linear alcohol that has ester-like solvent properties with special non-ionic surfactant a composed of various blended surfactants from potato, corn, palm, and cotton seed. These two elements are 100% miscible with water, non-evaporative, non-comedogenic to skin and anti-oxidant by nature.
Aqua (CAS: 7732-18-5), Lauryl Glucoside, C12-16 Pareth-9 (CAS:68551-12-2), Tall Oil Acid (CAS: 61790-12-3), Tetrasodium Iminodisuccinate (CAS: 144538-83-0). Product contains no hazardous components under current OSHA definitions.
Important Usage Notice
Acquarella Remover is specifically designed to remove Acquarella nail polish products only. It will NOT remove conventional nail polishes.
Acquarella Remover is a plant based remover that works just a little different than strong solvents to remove Acquarella nail products. The system of products is designed to work together, so the following information is provided to help you get the most out of using the Remover.
- Use cotton rounds/pads only, not balls or rope.
- Pre-apply Remover to all nails with the round/pad and allow the Remover to “soak in” to the polish surface for at least a minute, rubbing occasionally. Alternatively, you can pre-apply in combination with your bath or shower.
- With the Remover already working, use the pad to remove a majority of the nail polish alternating nails occasionally. Do not rub all the polish off one nail at one time.
- When a majority of nail polish is off the nail, you can use a cuticle stick to put focused pressure on stubborn polish while under running water to assist removal. For toes, doing this in the shower or at the end of a bath will achieve the same effect. The focused pressure with water being present helps the film absorb, expand and deteriorate for easier removal.