How to Remove Nail Polish Easily
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Ladies, let's talk personal.  If you've given birth, you know that it's an amazing experience.  You probably read all of the books and learned what's happening to your body and your baby during and after your pregnancy, but there's one thing the books don't tell you:  that after you give birth, you're more likely to have light bladder leakage (LBL).  One in three women have LBL, so you're definitely not alone!  Keep reading for the best option to use for LBL and what to do with your old period pads.

Most women use period pads for LBL because they are quick and convenient, but they aren't the best option.  Poise pads and liners are made just for LBL.  They move with your body and have a super absorbent material to keep you 3 times drier
versus using period pads for LBL.

So what can you do with your stash of period pads now that you know to use Poise?  I've found that they work great to take off stubborn nail polish!

How to Remove Nail Polish Easily

  1. Spread out a folded over paper towel on a table.  You'll want to have a few extra paper towels just in case.
  2. Soak a 1" section of the pad with nail polish remover.  
  3. Press against your nail and hold it firmly for 30 seconds.
  4. While holding against your nail firmly, slowly wipe the pad towards the tip of your nail.  If there is still polish on your nail, wet another section and repeat steps 3 and 4.  
  5. Use a cotton swab to clean around the edges of your nails.  
  6. Repeat for each nail.
  7. Wash your hands with soap and water and pat dry.
Now that you know that Poise is better for LBL, why not request your free sample before you give yourself a manicure?


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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.