Say goodbye to fiddly Foil Wraps and hello to the SteamOff nail polish removal machine!
Using the SteamOff machine is the most advanced and easiest way to remove your uv or gel polish at home or in the salon. It gently heats and mists a small amount of acetone or gentle tone - softening the nail polish and causing it to flake in just 10 minutes. Any remaining polish can be removed with an orange stick.
No more messy wraps - reduces acetone usage.
No more fumes or acetone in direct contact with your skin - Reduces the drying effects of acetone.
Works with pure acetone or GlazeMe Gentle Tone.
Comes with spare plastic acetone bowl and silicone gasket.
SAA approved Australian power adapter.
12 Month Australian replacement warranty.
Wow9 May 2021I love my new polish remover steamer!!! It sure does the job very quickly!!!!
Gel Polish Remover17 March 2021This product is fantastic, does the job really well with very little effort, well worth the money.
Awesome23 January 2021Certainly makes it a lot easier to get gel polish off, and you can repeat the steam process as many times as needed to ensure you don't pull layers of your nails off along with the polish. Have only used once but so far really happy with it.
Nail polish remover12 February 2020I've only used the machine once & found it awkward at first. The lid seems to be a little flimsy but it worked well at removing the polish.
Nail polish "glazed away"14 December 2019I have looked at buying this product for some time and decided to purchase it in the Black Friday sale. Up until now I have used the nail clips - worked okay but I found I was using quite a bit of remover and it could be messy. Not with this great little machine. 10 ml of remover was all that it took - and the measurement is on the dish. I followed the directions, which wasn't hard because the machine "tells" you when the process is done, and hey presto the polish came off so easily. I wish now that I had bought this great little machine ages ago - think of all the acetone (I use the gentle tone) and time I would have saved.