Homemade nail polish remover

The homemade nail remover is safe and inexpensive. It is alternative to expensive nail remover. Commercial nail remover contains chemicals and it can be hard to nails. The commercial nail polish remover is also dangerous, especially at home where there is a small child. And they are not Eco friendly. Using homemade nail remover is good for health and wealth. Here, you can how to remove nail polish quickly at home by using natural ingredients.

Listed below are some of the homemade removers. These are Eco friendly and very safe to use.

Homemade nail polish remover

Lemon for nail polish remover

This is a natural ingredient to remove nail polish. Rub just a piece of lemon on the nails and remove the nail paint. For best results, keep the nails in warm soapy water for 5-6 minutes to soften the nail polish. Then rub a lemon slice as a nail polish remover alternative. It is easy to remove.

Alcohol to remove nail polish

Rub your alcohol as a medicine cabinet that helps to remove nail polish. These are a natural substance that helps not to remove harsh and commercial nail enamel remover. Use alcohol to your nails which helps to cure nail infections. This is due to alcohol is rich in antibacterial. Soak your nails in lukewarm water and leave it for about 5 minutes. Dry them with a clean towel. Dip a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol and squeeze out if any extra. Rubbing it on your nails can easily work out the nail enamel. Using alcohol we can remove nail polish. Dip a cotton ball in alcohol and rub on the nails. It may take time but repeat two to three times for good results.

Quick nail polish remover with vinegar

Vinegar is also a good homemade remover. First dip a cotton ball in vinegar. Rub on the nails. You can add lemon or orange juice with vinegar. It takes time to soften the nail polish so keep rubbing on the nails.

New coat for nail polish remover

The best way is to get a transparent top nail coat that comes very handy. Thus, it helps to remove nail color without a remover. The simple way is to apply a layer top coat over the old nail paint and wipe it off with a cotton ball. Repeat the procedure, when the old nail polish coat does not come off easily. This is another simple tip for nail remover. Apply new nail polish coat on nails and then rub with cotton immediately. It removes the nail paint naturally.

Spray deodorant for simple nail polish remover

Spray deodorant is another way to remove nail polish. Most of the deodorants have ingredients that can remove markers to nail polish. First spray on your nail and rub with tissue immediately. It will take some time, but removes the nail polish easily. Rub more thoroughly around the borders of your nails. That’s where nail polish isn’t completely removed the first time you try.

Toothpaste as nail polish remover

It’s shocking, but true. Toothpaste has ability to remove nail polish on your nails.

A dollop of toothpaste is best and is needed to remove nail polish. Start scrubbing with an old toothbrush or a paper towel. First applies tooth paste on a nail, then wait 2 minutes after that rub with soft cloth. It removes the nail polish easily in first attempt. White toothpaste works best and is best to lift and pull the color of your nail. Alternatively, toothpaste in combination with baking soda is also well known as a natural cleaning solution. This is most often to get better results.

Hair spray to remove nail polish

Hair spray has similar functionality as a body spray. This is the best choice for taking out the color of your nails. Spritz it on each of your nails and rub them gently with a cotton swab. Hair spray may dry out the nails that cause it to peel off and you should wipe it off the nails as soon as possible. You can use hair spray as nail polish remover. Hair spray is also same as deodorant. Spray on a cotton ball or the fluffy. Rub on the nail until it starts to disappear. Repeat a couple of times to get all of it off.

Soya bean oil to clean nails

We can remove nail polish with soya bean oil. It’s very effective. First dip cotton Q-tip in soya bean oil, then rubs on your nail. Do this 2 to 3 times for clean nails.

We can mix lavender with soybean oil. Then apply on your nail polish rub gently. Soybean oil gives moisturizer to your nail lavender gives life to your dead nails.

Acetone and glycerin nail polish remover

Acetone is the main ingredient that removes nail polish. Acetone is harsh and can dry out easily. While preparing your own nail polish remover, make sure to less harsh by adding some glycerin to it. Acetone in combination with glycerin is better to remove nail polish. Take 200 ml of acetone and add 2 teaspoons of glycerin to it. Glycerin won’t mix them with acetone that may add a couple of teaspoons of water. Mix them well and this forms a uniform solution. This is the best way to remove nail polish that is gentle while removing nail polish.

Shellac nail polish removal

Shellac nail polish is very hard to remove. To market, we have different type of removers but they contain full of chemicals. We have a home made remedy to remove shellac nail polish

First, take five cotton pads, acetone, aluminum foil, buffer, tape, nail and cuticle oil, kitchen foil and scissors.

Steps to remove Shellac nail polish

  • Pull cotton pads large enough to cover the whole nail. It covers whole nail at the time of squashed. Cut the cotton pads to shape of the nail.
  • Using aluminium foil wraps the entire finger tip. After that, use cuticle oil to protect the finger skin from the acetone.
  • Soak cotton pads in acetone. After that, you need to place that cotton pad over your nail and wrap the shellac remover. Tight the shellac remover and you can leave shellac remover wraps on for ten minutes.
  • Once the time has completed, you need to gently massage the shellac remover wrap to cut the shellac nail polish into pieces.
  • After that, you need to pull wrap off the finger. Some brittle and flakes may still remain on your fingernails. You can remove them with an orange wood stick. If the shellac nail polish is not removing simply, round the aluminium foil with the cotton pad again and wait for five more minutes.
  • After removing the flakes you can clean your nails gently with pure acetone.
  • All is done and now you are ready to reapply shellac nails.