How to Remove Bio Gel

Getting Bio Gel placed on your nails is a great alternative to acrylic nail manicures. Many times, after removing acrylic from your nails, you will find that your nails become weak and brittle. Bio Gel encourages your nails to grow and become stronger. The gel can be applied directly on top of your nail beds with or without artificial nail tips. There is a process on and there is a process off for the Bio Gel. You want to make sure that you are removing the gel properly to avoid damage to your nails.

Find a well ventilated area to remove the Bio Gel. By working in a well ventilated area you can minimise the inhalation of potentially harmful fumes.

Use cotton balls drenched in acetone nail polish remover to remove any nail colour that may be on your nails.

Pour an equal parts mixture of acetone nail polish remover mixed with 100 per cent acetone into a plastic or glass bowl. Acetone can be purchases at most pharmacies.

Soak one of your hands in the mixture for about 15 minutes.

Use an “Orange Stick” to gently pry the Bio Gel away from your nail bed. If the gel does not easily come off, you should continue soaking your nails in the mixture. Avoid forceful prying as this can cause severe damage to your nail bed.

Repeat steps 4 and 5 to remove the gel from your other hand.


Apply a clear coat of nail strengthening polish after removing Bio Gel from your nails to keep your nails strong and healthy.

Things You'll Need

  • Cotton balls
  • Acetone nail polish remover
  • Acetone
  • Bowl
  • Orange stick
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