First Aid Kiss
This Vitamin E-infused nail strengthener is perfect for nails that are prone to chipping and breaking.
Week 1: Apply one coat to clean, bare nails. After seven days, remove from the nails using a non-acetone nail polish remover.
Week 2: Apply one coat to clean, bare nails. After seven days, remove from the nails using a non-acetone nail polish remover.
Week 3: Apply one coat to the nails every other day. Remove at the end of each second day using a non-acetone nail polish remover before reapplying.
Week 4: Apply one coat to the nails every other day. Remove at the end of each second day using a non-acetone nail polish remover before reapplying.
*Once the four-week process is complete, continue to use First Aid Kiss as a base coat underneath nail lacquer if needed. You may repeat this 4 week process if you feel your nails need additional TLC.
Ethyl acetate, Butyl acetate, Nitrocellulose, Adipic acid/neopentyl glycol/trimellitic anhydride copolymer, Acetyl tributyl citrate, Isopropyl alcohol, Trimethylpentanediyl dibenzoate, Polyvinyl butyral, Tocopheryl acetate, Parfum, CI 26100, CI 60725, Benzyl benzoate, Benzyl alcohol, Hydroxycitronellal, Benzyl salicylate, Linalool, Amyl cinnamal, Hexyl cinnamal, Eugenol, Geraniol, Citronellol
HOW TO USE
After applying base coat, apply two coats of the nail polish. Follow up with one coat of In a Rush quick drying top coat for extra shine and long lasting results.
We recommend buffing/filing the nails, making sure the nail beds are completely clean from oils or dust residue, apply a top and base coat, apply thin coats and allow each layer to fully dry before applying another.
Do I need to use a top and base coat?
We recommend using a top and base coat. A Base coat will provide the adhesive purpose for a longer last manicure and the top coat will seal the manicure, providing a nicer finish.
Do all your polishes strengthen my nails?
No, only our nail strengtheners - First Aid Kiss, Damage Control, or Firm Foundation.
How long does your polish last?
Our polishes are tested to last 10-14 days, however, there are many factors that can result in polish to chip fast. Your lifestyle and the application of your manicure play a key role.
Why does my polish peel?
If you apply too many layers or even thicker layers, polish can peel or chip a lot easier. We recommend applying thin coats and allowing each layer to fully dry before adding another.
Can you apply polish over First Aid Kiss?
We recommend using First Aid Kiss on its own for the first 4 week cycle but if you need to apply color, please continue the treatment as instructed and please note that since it is not an actual base coat, your manicure just may not last as long.
In what order should I use the Nail Care Collection products?
1: Ready Set Prep
2: All About the Base
3: Color of your choice
4: In a Rush OR Matte-ly In Love (depending on the manicure finish you prefer)
5: Gotta Jet
6: Oil Me Up
How do I use First Aid Kiss?
For the first two weeks, you apply first aid kiss once a week. Once on the first day, remove it on the 7th day and repeat. Week three and four, you apply it every other day. So, if you apply it on Monday, you would remove it and reapply on Wednesday.
Is your nail polish breathable?
What should I do if First Aid Kiss chips before the week is over?
If First Aid Kiss chips before the day our instructions state to remove and reapply, you can touch up the product on your nails.