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Remove Stains From Nails

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  • Try the simple, effective, low cost amazing stain removal technique.
    Denture tablets. This gets rid of nail discoloration caused by varnish, as well as natural or nicotine-based yellowing It costs three dollars, and a single box is enough to keep your nails looking perfect for well over a year.
    Here’s how to use denture tablets to remove stains from your nails.
    You will need:
    A medium-sized glass or ceramic bowl.
    A denture tablet. The generic ones work just fine.Soft toothbrush.Essential oil (optional).A washcloth or very soft towel.

  • How to do it:

    After removing all your nail polish and washing your hands, fill your bowl with warm water and drop in the denture tablet (one is enough).
    It will fizz up excitingly; you can also add a drop or two of your favorite essential oils to the water.When the tablet has dissolved, soak your fingers in the warm water for about twenty minutes. Use the soft toothbrush to GENTLY rub the face of the nails and help get rid of especially stubborn stains (the discoloration caused by red nail polish really benefits from this).

  • When your nails are looking clean and beautiful, dry them gently on the towel or washcloth. Think of this like a finger massage and rub each of your nails with small circles; this stimulates bloodflow and helps them look extra pink and healthy. Do this once a week, or as needed.


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