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cuticle remover.what do you suggest?
#1
what do you use?i currently use from cnd but wanted to ask how you compare blue cross to cnd or if you can suggest something better!
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#2
Pure acetone is the cheapest, fastest and the best.
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#3
I use blue cross and it is cheaper and more efficient than the CND cuticle remover I have. I have never tried acetone to push back cuticles though. Learn something new everyday...
Martine M.
SUNFLOWER
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#4
I dont like the Blue Cross at all. It burns my skin irritates my nasal passages and my lungs! I find it very suffocating.

I like, in no particular order, VB Cosmetics Be Silky cuticle remover, Dr. G's Cuticle Exfoliator (both have urea) and CND's.
Anna
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#5
this is what I use. I love it!! http://www.bigdaddybeauty.com/p-2348-pro...r-4oz.aspx
(04-20-2012, 12:33 PM)sachi Wrote: this is what I use. I love it!! http://www.bigdaddybeauty.com/p-2348-pro...r-4oz.aspx


P.S you can get this at Cosmo Prof
"To put it bluntly, I seem to have a whole superstructure with no foundation. But I'm working on the foundation."
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#6
hmm now i got mixed up..
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#7
Just wanted to say I absolutely have no idea how I came up with "acetone" as an answer for your question......not sure where my head was at but obviously it was not where it should be. For some reason I was thinking the ? was about polish removal. Duhhhh.....

For the record, I use Blue Cross also...definitely to remove cuticles.
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#8
Tongue 
(04-20-2012, 09:22 PM)Donna in Huntsville, TX. Wrote: Just wanted to say I absolutely have no idea how I came up with "acetone" as an answer for your question......not sure where my head was at but obviously it was not where it should be. For some reason I was thinking the ? was about polish removal. Duhhhh.....

For the record, I use Blue Cross also...definitely to remove cuticles.


I think you had us all scratching our heads on that one lol!
"To put it bluntly, I seem to have a whole superstructure with no foundation. But I'm working on the foundation."
Marilyn Monroe
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#9
I like blue cross. I was unaware that it had a smell
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#10
Blue Cross is very good and not costly at all. I find that of you're a soaker, you can just add it to the water for good results.
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#11
I use Tammy Taylor's cuticle remover on natural nails, when I do enhancements I soften them with my anticeptic spray as I don't want to risk having residues of the cuticle remover on nails, and then push back cuticles or use my efile to clean around...
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#12
I know this may sound odd but I use a mixture of water a small amount of peppermint & tea tree oil in a small glass spray bottle.
I spray it on & I swear it works great & is all natural..plus it smells great & is very relaxing. I ran out of my basic stuff & decided to try this as I needed something to use..I was amazed that it softened so well.. & plus the tea tree oil serves a a natural antiseptic to anyone that has lil cuticle boo-boo's
I also use it for my dry pedicures...geez I use it for allot of stuff actually..it smells heavenly when I spray my towels & heat them up for spa pedis & manis
Just don't use allot of the peppermint oil or it will be REALLY strong smelling LOL
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