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Shellac Remover Wraps 100 Count


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  • Custom-designed nail wraps promote fast, gentle removal of the Shellac UV Color Coat System
  • No more SOAK, just WRAP!
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Product Description

What is this product? Equally revolutionary is how gently and easily Shellac comes off. Shellac Remover Wraps feature an integrated cotton pad that limits fingers and skin exposure to acetone by keeping it pinpointed on just the nail. More info: Built-in adhesive tabs secure them perfectly in place every time. Don?t soak, file or drill. Just WRAP!

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003TMO3EU
  • UPC: 885348568104 885237453092 885591436908 639370402314 885789456213
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,815 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

These wraps do work well for removing gel polish.
E. Knott
It is much easier to place cotton balls soaked with acetone on the nail, then wrap the entire fingertip with foil.
CAS
It didn't even begin to remove the polish after soaking for 15 minutes.
Mountain Girl

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358 of 361 people found the following review helpful By Grace on November 28, 2010
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For what it's worth, I haven't been a nail tech since the 80's, but I have been on both sides of the nail business, so here is my personal opinion on the Shellac system, particularly the remover wraps.

It's true, using cotton pads/balls soaked in acetone, placing them on the nails and then wrapping each fingertip with foil does work (for I tried it after reading the previous review instead of buying the wraps; I found the wraps to work better for my tastes). The wraps limit the exposure of my skin to the acetone and the wrap around design securely tightens to my fingers, unlike the foil.

This seems to keep my skin, particularly the tips of my fingers, from becoming so dried out from the acetone. I also experienced a quicker, cleaner and more complete removal of the shellac product from my fingernails requiring less cleaning from an orange stick and less exposure length to the acetone, for I found the foil didn't keep the ball in place on the nail bed as well as the forms, requiring me to reposition and frequently keeping them on a little longer to sufficiently soften the product for removal.

Bottom-line, in my opinion, the remover wraps are a specific tool designed to be used specifically on your nails and that limits exposure to the drying effects of the acetone and holds the acetone more securely to the product during the 10 minutes required to sit with the wraps on, as opposed to using the cotton ball/foil method. For me personally, it's worth it, so I'll use them over the cotton ball/foil method every time.
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161 of 164 people found the following review helpful By love shellac! on December 11, 2010
I really believe in the Shellac products. I knew there had to be a something to these wraps or CND wouldn't sell them. I found their instructions for salon professionals (which I am not) and thought you'd find it useful. Here goes (it's on the CND website):

Shellac Removal:
The Shellac Remover Wraps are the key to 10-minute, efficient removal. A simple way to remember the steps is with the acronym "S.I.T"':
'S' - Saturate the cotton pad with pure acetone
'I' - In place...place the cotton pad directly over the natural nail
'T' - Tighten for Ten...tighten the wrap snuggly around the finger and set a timer for 10 minutes.

After ten minutes, massage the wrap to break apart the Shellac pieces. Firmly pull the Shellac Wrap straight off the finger to remove. Most of the pieces will remain in the wrap. Flake remaining pieces away with an orangewood stick. Clean the nail with pure acetone and then you're ready for a re-Shellac service!

NEVER:

* Soak Shellac nails in a bowl of acetone
* File off Shellac with a file or drill

Please visit cnd.com for helpful 'Shellac In Minutes' technical videos
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210 of 222 people found the following review helpful By amanda on July 1, 2010
I bought these to take off my CND Shellac manicure at home. I LOVE the Shellac manicure but the Remover Wraps are a WASTE OF MONEY. I thought they would come with the remover fluid on them- they don't. They are just big band aids with CND written on them and then they come with an orange wood stick. Save your self the money and buy orange wood sticks and cotton balls. You can wrap the cotton balls on your finger with some tin foil (this is how many salons do it). You will need 100% acetone remover to put on the cotton ball and then wrap the foil around your finger and the cotton ball to keep the cotton ball on your nail- leave on for about 10 minutes and then use an orange wood stick to scrape off the remaining shellac.
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67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By dawni9999 on August 31, 2011
Band-aids (adhesive bandages) work just as good as wraps and at fraction of the cost. saturate pad of band-aid with acetone and wrap.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By V. Moore on April 20, 2011
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I tested these wraps by using them on one hand and soaking my other hand in a small bowl of acetone. After applying the 100% acetone to the pads on the wraps (no need to soak the entire wrap), I wrapped them on each finger and after ten minutes applied some pressure as I pulled them off and there was NOTHING left on my nails. I didn't need to use the orange wood stick at all and ALL the polish was left in the wrap. My fingers weren't pruny from the acetone and I had nothing to clean up but to toss the wraps in the trash. On my other hand I soaked for 10 minutes and still needed to push off some persistent pieces of polish with the orange wood stick, even needed to stick my finger back in the acetone. My finger tips were pruny at the end and I had a little mess of flaked polish to clean up. While both method's work, I will continue to use the wraps since I find them to be more convienent, cleaner, better for my fingertips and it doesn't waste as much acetone. Perhaps you can get the same result from foil and cotton but I just like the no muss, no fuss of these wraps.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 23, 2011
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I read most of the reviews before deciding to purchase. However, it was taking way too long to remove my gel nails with the foil and cotton method. I have since found that I was applying my foundation layer too thick and that I did not need the ph layer. That being corrected, it takes less time to remove my polish.
I have compared both methods and found the wraps to be worth the price. The wraps take less prep time. You just apply the remover and wrap the finger, no more aluminum foil and cotton cutting.
A word to the wise, the longer your nails are, the harder the wraps are to apply. You will need to wrap the cotton part over the end of the nail as to ensure a proper seal. The tape should be over the cotton area as close to the end as possible. You ultimately want to make a cup at the end of your fingers. If you can see in the holes on the side of the nails your removal will take a lot longer.
And do not forget to buff all the shine off of you gelish top coat!
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