Removing gel nails is fairly simple, but there are a few tips and safety precautions that you should take into consideration when removing them.
First, and foremost, make sure that you are in a well ventilated area. The nail polish remover and the gel nails will create a stronger aroma, than the usual pungent smell of nail polish remover.
The easiest way to create a well ventilated area is to sit outside and remove the nails, or open a window and sit next to it. When removing the nails you might not think that the smell is too offensive, but after an hour or two of its aroma lingering in your house you will certainly reconsider that choice.
So, after you have located yourself in a well aired area use a cotton ball and nail polish remover to take off the nail polish.
Not removing the nail polish before the nails will cause you to have an unsightly mess of partially dissolved nail polish on your fingers, and this will be a hassle to remove after the nails are off. After removing the nail polish, pour about one half of an inch of nail polish remover into a bowl.
You can also use this for the polish removal too, but in order for your nails to be easily taken off you will need the stronger acetone solution. This product is available at any drug store-just read the front of the nail polish remover bottle.