Magic gel remover

Dutchie13

New Member
#1
Hi guys, Just wondering if anyone has tried this product. It's called Magic Soak Off Gel Remover. I have had a few clients asking if what I think of it as it has been on Instagram and FB. But you apply it like a polish and watch the gel peel off without any use for buffing etc. My concern is that it must be pretty toxic to do what it says it does so any feedback would be appreciated. Have a good weekend :)
 

#2
If it's the same one. Ink London did a chemical test on it. Had 7.4% caustic soda. So stay well.clear. that is for mafia dissolving bodies
 

Beautiful-you

Well-Known Member
#3
I agree with Castlebeauty and also read INK London's report about it. Don't touch this stuff with a barge pole! If there was a safe brush on method I'm pretty sure the big professional brands would have developed one by now.
 

linzi

Well-Known Member
#4
Stay well, well away.

Unless you have some bodies to dispose of, I guess!
 

Dutchie13

New Member
#5
Thank you all. You have confirmed what I thought. That is must be pretty toxic and it def is.
 

Jordon

Active Member
#6
I also wondered about this, Laque salon have brought one out and I was a bit confused by it.
 

#7
Has anyone got the link to the study please? Thanks
 

Beautiful-you

Well-Known Member
#8
Has anyone got the link to the study please? Thanks
There isn't a link as it's a post (rather than a study) on INK London's closed Facebook group but we have been told we can spread the word so I've attached a screenshot.
 

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#9
There isn't a link as it's a post (rather than a study) on INK London's closed Facebook group but we have been told we can spread the word so I've attached a screenshot.
Thank you, I've read that some of these products are trying to state that it's made from natural tree resin! They wouldn't release a full ingredients list. Shocking that they can get away with it.
 

Dutchie13

New Member
#10
Yes the more I have looked into it the more shocking it seems to get.....
 

Dutchie13

New Member
#11
There isn't a link as it's a post (rather than a study) on INK London's closed Facebook group but we have been told we can spread the word so I've attached a screenshot.
Yes I saw that also. I went to their page after it was mentioned.
 
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