Press On Aftercare and Removal

If you're new to press-on nails, you may be wondering how to take care of them and remove them without damaging your natural nails.

Don't worry, we got you covered! We'll provide you with everything you need to know about taking care of and removing press-on nails safely and effectively.

Aftercare Tips

  • Be Intentional: Use adhesive tabs only for day wear as they will not hold up to daily activities

  • Avoid Using Harsh Chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals on or near your nails, such as acetone or nail polish remover, as they can cause the adhesive to weaken and your nails to lift.

  • Be Gentle: Be gentle with your press-on nails and avoid using them as tools to open cans or packages. This can cause them to break or fall off prematurely.

  • Keep Your Nails Dry: After washing your hands or showering, be sure to dry your nails thoroughly to prevent moisture from getting trapped between your natural nails and the press-on nails.

Removal Instructions

1. Cuticle Oil: Generously apply cuticle oil to the nail

2. Soak Your Nails: To remove press-on nails, soak your nails in warm, soapy water for 10-15 minutes to soften the adhesive.

3. Gently Remove the Nails: Once the adhesive has softened, gently peel the press-on nails from your natural nails. Use a cuticle stick to gently lift the edges of the press-on nails and ease them off.

4. Clean Your Nails: After removing the press-on nails, clean your nails with a nail buffer or file to remove any remaining adhesive or residue.

5. Moisturize: Apply a moisturizing lotion or cuticle oil to your nails and cuticles to keep them healthy and hydrated.

We have a mini cuticle oil jar for sale - perfect for slipping into your wristlet, clutch, or purse to ensure your cuticles are nourished on the go. Cuticle pens coming soon!

By following these tips, you can take care of and remove your press-on nails safely and effectively. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us for more information.