Acetone 99,75%, PRONAIL
Use: Liquid for remove emalies, gels and nail polish from nail plate.
Appy small quantity in cosmetics pads and next wipe nail surface to remove the colour from nails.
The difference between the acetone and non-acetone nail polish remover
The major difference between the two remover is, the acetone nail polish remover is nothing but the normal acetone where as the non-acetone nail polish remover is ethyl acetate.
The key active ingredient in non-acetone removers is usually ethyl acetate. Made from ethanol and acetic acid, ethyl acetate
Acetone is a very strong solvent which can disintegrate plastic very easily and hence it takes a very less effort in removing the nail paints. Ethly acetate too is a solvent but its not as strong as acetone.
Acetone has a very strong smell whereas ethyl acetate has a good scent and therefore it is also used in perfumes.
Warning: Flammable. Irritant to eyes and skin. Mists may cause feeling of sleepiness and vertigo.
If used often for a long time may cause skin drying. Avoid contact with eyes.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from sources of ignition - No Smoking!
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show the container or label.
Ingredients (INCI): Ethyl Acetate (purity 99,47 %).
Lemon Cosmetics Gellack Remover
GELLACK REMOVER is a gellack remover. Before use, file the gellack with rougher file, to ensure better access for the cleaner to the lower layers of the gellack. Shake the bottle well before the use. Apply the GELLACK REMOVER directly on to the nail with a cotton cloth. Then wrap the nail into the tin foil. Hold for 10-15 minutes and then remove he nail polish with a special nail tool not to damage the natural nail. Repeat this procedure for all nails. After that perform a normal manicure/pedicure.