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We approach old manis the same way we approach our exes—we’d like to forget they ever existed. While we can’t offer guidance in the breakup department, we can help you get a fresh nail start. Meet Lomasi’s ace gel polish remover. It effectively kicks stubborn lacquers to the curb, so you're ready to embrace your new mani love.
This is great to remove nail polish, but horrible for removing gel polish. Took me 40 minutes to remove my gel polish last night. My nails were hashed by the time I got done, too. It dried out my fingertips and my nails, worse than acetone. Will be going back to pure acetone again.1
This didnt work on my nails. Made the lacquer a little soft but didn't remove it. I don't think it works with the formula of gel nail i have. Also it is VERY drying and harsh on the skin.1
I bought this in hopes of removing a Gelish manicure. Unfortunately it did not work for me.2
Not any better than just pure acetone. Save your money and just get the drug store stuff. I wasn't impressed2
Smells better than acetone and doesn't seem to dry out the skin as much but I think acetone works better and quicker to remove the gel.3
This product does what it says and is decent. Gentle an effective. I would put this in the same category as the typical store brands.3
Smells better than acetone and doesn't seem to dry out the skin as much as acetone does. I think acetone works better and quicker to remove the gel3
Works very well as a nail polish remover (I have not yet tried it on gel manicures) but it's INCREDIBLY drying to your nail. My nails are left with a white cast on them after I've used this so I have to lotion up really well and I also try to not use this more than once a week.
I prefer the Zoya nail polish remover a lot better than this.
I was not overly impressed. It was no better than the dollar store stuff that I use and smelled just as strong as any other remover.
I bought this because I can't stand having chipped nail polish and don't always have time to go to the salon to have it removed. It works great! Just be sure to follow the instructions-you do not use it like a regular polish remover. You need to use cotton balls and foil just like the salon does. But it will save you $5-7 each time and you can do it while watching tv.4