~BEFORE YOU START~
Remove oil content on nails and prepare to apply gel polish.
No sanding required.
~HOW TO USE~
~TIPS & TRICKS~
~HOW TO REMOVE~
1. Apply acetone nail polish removers on a cotton puff and put it on your nails for a while, until the remover thoroughly penetrates your nail. Then use a stick such as a cuticle pusher and peel it off towards your nail tip.
2. Apply cuticle oil into the small gap between your nail and gel polish, and gently peel it off.
-Do not use the product if you have a gel allergy or your nails are in poor condition.
-Do not apply Weekly Gel on damaged nails.
-Test product on one nail before using the product on your other nails. (UV or LED lamps with a wavelength of 250 to 400 nm should be used for curing. )
-Gel should last about 10 days before peeling (source: company analysis), but results may vary on individual users.
-If you find any abnormalities on your nails during or after use, stop using the product and seek medical attention.
-Avoid skin and eye contact. If the product comes in contact with your skin, wash with soap and water.
If product gets in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes. If swallowed, seek medical attention immediately.
-Store the product in a safe place out of reach of children. -Do not use this product for anything other than its intended use.
-Store the bottle upright in a dark place.
-Be sure to close the cap firmly after use. Avoid leaving the cap off for an extended period of time.
-Keep bottle away from UV or LED lamps.
-Remove gel on the cap before putting it back on the bottle.
-It is recommended that you use the product within 6 months after opening.
This product isn’t an ordinary nail polish; it is a gel polish that is cured with the help of light. Once the product is exposed to light, the curing reaction (photopolymerization) will start, causing the product to become stickier and harden. Make sure you read and understand the instructions before use.