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... Allergic reaction to acrylates is characterized by burning, itching nail beds and can also compromise the surrounding skin. It is also characterized by tiny blisters on the skin. ... (1 replies)
... So, on two of my fingers in having an allergic reaction to my pink and white nails. ... (1 replies)
... Allergic reaction does not happen overnight, but only after years of repeated and prolonged contact of the liquid to your skin. ... (1 replies)

... what to do if you have an allergic reaction to acrylic nails? ... (1 replies)
... The same exact thing happened to me out of nowhere. I was really upset because I loved my fake nails! What is happening to you is an allergic reaction, somehow your skin has chosen to start rejecting the acrylic. For me though, I actually switched to gel nails. ... (3 replies)
... i've been using acrylic nails for a few months now and i had no problem. ... (0 replies)
Acrylic Allergy?
May 25, 2008
... Allergic reaction does not happen overnight, but only after years of repeated and prolonged skin contact to the wet acrylic. ... (2 replies)
... Yuo are experiencing an allergic reaction to the nail products. ALL artificial nail products are made from the same family of acrylates. ... (1 replies)
... Applying an acrylic nail to the exposed skin of the nail bed is the perfect way to give yourself an allergic reaction. Acrylic products should never be applied to skin as they are considered sensitizing agents. ... (3 replies)
... Wear a dust mask when filing even the Brisa gels. It is the uncured dust getting into your lungs that is causing you allergic reaction. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, Thanks so much for taking the time to write. I see what you mean about a reaction but I have had nails done on and off for 10 years or so. ... (3 replies)
... in this case the acrylates in the nail products. Since gel is also acrylic, just a different formula, you will also be allergic to all nail products, including wrap resins, traditional acrylic and nail adhesives. ... (3 replies)
... by the FDA during the 70's. It has been baned for use in nail salons by just about all 50 state regulatory agencies. MMA can cause severe allergic reactions, even leading to the permanent loss of the nail plate or severe nail and skin damage. Many unscrupulous salons still use it because it is so cheap. ... (8 replies)
... If you experienced an allergic reaction to traditional acrylic, you will eventually develop an allergic reaction to gel. It doesn't happen overnight. It can take anywhere from one application to a year or more. ... (15 replies)
... oducts are also acrylic. They are made from the same family of acrylates as tradition liquid and powder acrylic. Gel is even more prone to giving the client an allergic reaction. ... (15 replies)
... that is the ACUTE reaction from acrylates. ... (15 replies)
... Its really strange. I've been dealing with this allergic reaction from acrylic for a while so I've tried other products instead. For some reason, I do not get any reaction to the gel nails, in salon and also the home kits, or anything else. ... (15 replies)
... I'm going through an allergic reaction right now. Aside from obviously taking the nails off, how do I treat the symptoms of the itching, burning, puffy, blistery around the cuticles? ... (15 replies)
... Severe allergic reaction can result in your natural nail plate permanently separating from the nail bed. I highly suggest you have the wrap soaked off and opt for natural nail care. ... (15 replies)
... lk wrap I had the same reaction. Itching started about 3 hours after having nails done and lasted about a week. Went back to have fill in about 3 weeks later and reaction started about 2 hours after and still continues 2 weeks later. My nails are fine, no fungus. Area effected are cuticles up to about 2nd knuckle. ... (15 replies)


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