|Whiten Discolored, Yellow Nails in Just One Step – Without Harsh Chemicals!
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- Yellow, unsightly nails
- Discolored nails that look sick
- Stained natural or acrylic nails
- French manicure turned yellow
- Gentle whitening agents and optical brighteners remove nail discolorations
- Takes the yellow out of natural nails
- Brightens nails and leaves a long-lasting shine
- Keeps acrylic nails white and bright
|What You Get:
- A perfect French Manicure – without the yellow tinge
- Naturally healthy-looking nails
- No nail stains or discolorations
- Brighter, whiter nails – even acrylics
|Directions: Apply to natural nails or over acrylics and
French manicure. For best results, apply every 3 days.
Do not use as a top coat over dark-colored nail polish.
Size: .50 fl oz/ 14.7 ml Price: $6.50
Toluene, Formaldehyde, Dibutyl Phthalate Free.
No Animal Testing. No Animal By-Products.
Made in USA
Nail-Aid Yellow No More
|Unsightly yellow stains on nails occur as a result of many different causes: nail polish colors with dark pigments (especially if you have not used a protective base coat), household cleaning chemicals, hair coloring products, smoking, fungal/bacterial infections, self-tanning lotions and many more. To lighten nasty-looking yellow nails, you can always try soaking your fingers (or toes) in a cup of water with 2-3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide or try brushing your nails with lemon extract, but be careful to always use a cuticle oil afterwards to re-moisturize. However, the fastest and best way to achieve whiter and brighter nails is using Nail-Aid’s new innovative Yellow No More formula.
With whitening agents and optical brighteners Yellow No More takes the yellow out of your natural or acrylic nails. A single coat is enough to remove the yellow tinge and restore shine to your nails. Yellow No More’s formula is the perfect solution for all discolored nails.
1. How to remove nail polish fast.
Press a cosmetic cotton pad saturated with nail polish remover onto the nail, wait for 10 seconds, then draw the pad to the nail tip with a 1-way stroke. Rubbing back and forth will leave stains on skin & cuticles.
2. How to create nicely shaped nails.
After filing your nails straight with a regular file, use a low grit buffing block to smooth out uneven edges to give your nails a finished look. Buffing the edges seals the open layers of filed nails to prevent breakage or chips. Use the buffing block just like the way you use your file.
3. How to remove dry, ragged cuticles quickly.
Once a week, apply a cuticle remover at the cuticle line and wait for 5 minutes. Use a cuticle wood stick and scrape back & forth at the cuticle line to remove dead cuticles- dry skin bits that cling to the base of the nail. Rinse nails with a soap gel. Use a nipper and nip - don’t pull – cuticle bits that stick up and hangnails. If your live cuticles are too thick and you want to have them trimmed, have a manicurist trim them once in a while. Frequent trimming will make them harder and thicker. Avoid trimming your own live cuticles. Use cuticle oil daily. Fast absorbing Cuticle Cure softens hard cuticles and ragged, dry cuticles and makes nails stronger and flexible, which helps reduce nail breakage. Keep Cuticle Cure in your purse or at your desk to keep cuticles looking moist after washing your hands each time.
4. Washed and dry nails.
Apply nail products, whether nail color or nail treatments, to nails that are washed and dry, free of any oil or lotion. Nail products will peel or chip when applied to dirty nails. Dead cuticles have to be removed first. If a nail product is applied over dead cuticles, it’s going to lift.
5. How to build hard, strong nails.
Always use nail care and nail treatment products that are free of toxic chemicals. Besides harming your health, formaldehyde, toluene & dibutyl phthalate cause nails to dry, yellow, and become brittle. Even if you don’t wear nail color, wearing just a nail treatment alone will prevent your nails from breakage and protect them from the drying effects of water and harsh cleaning products. Always apply a nail treatment base coat before applying nail color. When applying a nail treatment, cover the sides and the corners of the nail. These areas are where the breaks start. For fast nail growth use Grow Tougher for thin nails & slow growth nails and Nail Recovery for repair of ripped nails & peeling nails, after the removal of artificial nails. As a nail hardener and nail thickener, Instant Wrap for splitting nails is uniquely formulated to provide an instant manicure for its sheer white tint will give your nails a clean, polished look.
6. How to have a long-lasting manicure.
After cleaning and drying your nails, apply your base coat. Applying a nail treatment base coat first helps grip nail color to the nail. Always allow one coat of nail treatment to dry to the touch before applying another coat. Besides nourishing your nails, a treatment base coat will help prevent nail color stains on your nails. Apply Fast Dry Top Coat every 3 days for protection from nail color chipping and nail color peeling and to provide a high gloss shine. When applying a nail treatment or color, wipe the brush inside the bottle to remove excess. Then, put a little stroke near the cuticle line to remove a little more product before placing the brush as close as possible to the cuticle line. This method will give you thin coatings for long wear.
7. Some final do’s and don’ts.
- To avoid bubbles never shake bottles of nail treatments or colors.
- To blend nail color, turn the bottle upside down for 3 minutes.
- After applying a fast drying top coat, just let your manicure dry naturally. Don’t: stick hands right in front of a
fan; blow air from mouth on to freshly painted nails; wave hands back and forth; or place freshly painted nails
under cold water.
- Store nail products in a cool dark place like in a bathroom cabinet. Avoid putting them in a warm place or in a
refrigerator. Extreme temperatures thicken and separate product formulas.
- Don’t mix nail polish thinner with nail products. It will make nail color look dull and separate nail treatment
formulas. If a nail product is 6 months old after it’s opened, it’s time for a replacement.