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Get the Latest on the Risks of “Burst” Removers

by Holly Schippers | November 8, 2019 | Bookmark +

Are you following Doug Schoon’s Brain on Facebook yet? If not, please go ahead and take a moment to do so. He has a finger on the pulse of the industry at all times when it comes to safety.

The most recent concern is the burst-style gel polish removers that seemed to sweep the internet by storm, being sold to salons as well as directly to consumers. These removers have proven to have illegal ingredients along with falsified SDS sheets.

To stay current on what’s happening and learn about the legality and dangers of the ingredient methylene chloride, be sure to “like” Doug’s page and check in with it often for updates.

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