Nail Labo New LED Light for Presto Gels

The Japanese-based Nail Labo has come out with a new cheaper LED light for its Presto line of soak-off gels. The light features some changes to the previous design to cut production cost and in-turn lower the price to the consumer. Compact and lightweight, the light can be used indefinitely, so no more troublesome bulb replacements, and because there is no bottom portion, clients are free to cover the hand or foot when using. The light is able to cure Presto gels in as little as five seconds, making a full set of gel nails in under 20 minutes a reality.

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