Gel nail polish? Here’s how to remove it in style

Alongside his bacteria-busting invention for make-up brushes, 2011 Apprentice winner Tom Pellereau has just unveiled a product that removes gel nail polish easily – and is also kind to nails. If sales are anything to go buy, this particular invention is something that women across the country have been crying out for.

The Stylfile Gel Polish Remover Kit contains everything the customers need to remove gel nail polish effectively and quickly at home, leaving nails looking amazing and feeling healthy.

Proven to remove gel polish without reducing nail thickness, the kit includes a set of clever little clips that mean there’s no need to use fiddly foils. The re-usable clips are simply placed over the nail to firmly and comfortably hold the acetone-soaked cotton wool on each nail, making sure the soak-off is quick and effective.

The step-by-step instructions inside the kit have been compiled by Jenny Longworth, nail technician to the stars, who says: “You can have healthy, amazing looking nails, post gel nail polish.”

The Stylfile Gel Polish Remover Kit joins the existing Stylfile range of products and is available at selected Tesco stores and www.stylfile.com (RRP £15.99). Stylfile Gel Polish Remover Solution is also available separately for RRP £5.99.

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