Health - Topic : product removal

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Why Two Weeks Is Best

May 28, 2014  | Article

Did you know that over-curing a nail or leaving the UV gel coating on longer than recommended is likely to increase removal time?

Keywords: gel-polish   product removal   removing gels  

Chemist’s Corner: Glitter

May 1, 2014  | Demo

Read what Jim McConnell, a chemist and the president of Light Elegance, has to say about how glitter's made and why it sparkles.

Keywords: chemist's corner   glitter   Light Elegance   product removal   Sparkles  

Scheduling Time for Safe Removal

February 14, 2014  | Article

With the surge in gel-polish clients, it’s now crucial to seamlessly integrate no-damage removal into your service repertoire. Our gel-polish experts show you how.

Keywords: gels   product removal   removing gels  

Don’t Rush the Gel-Polish Removal Process

December 26, 2012  | Article

According to a new informational brochure from the Nail Manufacturers Council on Safety, UV gel manicure products should only be applied to healthy nail plates and are best avoided if nail plates are overly thin, weak, or damaged.

Keywords: gels   product removal   removing gels  

Removing Acrylic Nails: A D-I-Y Checklist

April 1, 2009  | Article

For those rare occasions when one of your clients has to remove her acrylics on her own, outside of the salon, make sure she is prepared and does it correctly so she does not damage her nails. Here’s a tear-out do-it-yourself sheet for your clients and some tips from fellow nail techs on how to handle this subject with your clients.

Keywords: acrylics   customer service   educational materials   product removal  

Aqmore Polish Application and Removal

August 1, 2008  | Demo

Aqmore is a water-based nail polish that goes on like regular polish, but is then peeled off after soaking in warm water for 20 seconds.

Keywords: polish alternatives   polish removal   product removal   water-based polish  

Ask the Nail Doctor

February 1, 1992  | Article

Every month, our nail doctor answers readers' questions about any health-related issue.

Keywords: allergic reactions   antifungals   effect of UV light   fungus   home remedies  

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