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The Doctors discuss “Magic Remover,” which is intended for soak-off gel polish, but can also be used on regular polish and makes it look like the polish is exploding. Dr. Batra reports that the ingredients are the same as everything that would be in an industrial solvent. She warns that it will remove your nail polish, but could also be dangerous to your skin. Plus, a woman went to get her acrylics filled and a week later her finger swelled up and landed her in surgery! Here’s what to look for in a nail salon to help you stay safe.