This cuticle remover is so good it's thick and removes the cuticle perfectly I am just learning how to use it as I think I let it dry for to long but I am so glad I finally brought it.
Strong enough to get the job done, gentle enough to keep your nails and skin safe.
One of the secrets to getting your manicure to last longer is to remove the cuticle from your nail plate.
MYTH-BUSTING FACTS: The entire planet has been taught the incorrect definition for the “cuticle.” The tight band of skin at the base of your nail plate is NOT the cuticle. That band of skin is called the “proximal fold of the eponychium” or “nail fold." The cuticle is actually the thin layer of skin that sticks to your nail plate and pulls away from your nail fold.
When you remove the cuticle from your nail plate, your nail polish will be better able to bond to your nail. Base coat was developed to bond to your nail plate, not to skin. This means, when you remove the dead cuticle skin from your nail, your nail polish will be able to bond directly to your nail. And that's GOOD!
How to Use Simply Gone™
Ana searched for years for a solution to the strong, dissolving power of cuticle removers without damaging the skin around fingernails. And she finally found it.
Simply cover your skin with Simply Peel™ Liquid Latex Barrier Let it dry and then you are free to apply cuticle remover safely.
From Start to Finish
Here's a Video on How to Apply Simply Peel™
Ingredients: Deionized water, crystaline paraffin wax, steric acid, cetrimonium bromide, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, n-propyl ester of p-hydrobenzoic acid (preservative).
CAUTION: Please note that Simply Gone™ (and most other cuticle removal creams) dissolve skin - both live skin and dead skin. Avoid contact with the live skin skin around your nails or other skin surfaces. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children.