Change is exciting. Transform your next outfit by simple throwing on a new coat of color and heading out for a night on the town. A basic nude, bright purple, cement grey or classic red might be your next choice. With all these varying colors, seasonal trends, different types of polish and fresh looks, there’s always something new to try.
But is there a limit to how often you should be painting, removing and painting again?
The answer is yes. You can have too much of a good thing. Changing the color on your nails constantly can be harmful—especially if you are using an acetone nail polish remover. Exposing your nails to the harsh chemical can remove natural oils and dry them out. So the more you use that type of remover, the more you may be damaging your nails. The other potentially harmful aspect of changing color often happens when you rush things and skip using a base coat or even by not using more natural manicure products. Saving time this way can weaken your nails cause them to turn yellow.
Preserve your nails from chemical damage by using natural manicure products. With an acetone-free remover and our 8-free products, like the Signature Foundation & Finisher polish, you can protect your nails. So head out and get that new color you’ve been eyeing!