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... Its really strange. I've been dealing with this allergic reaction from acrylic for a while so I've tried other products instead. ... (15 replies)
... then you are simply redepositing the bacteria. The bacteria needs moisture to grow and contaminates to eat as 'food'. ... (3 replies)
... You are experiencing an allergic reaction to the acrylates in the glue. You were probably overexposed to acrylates when you were having the acrylic nails applied. ... (3 replies)

... If the nail plate separated from the nail bed due to an allergic reaction to acrylics, it definately would be healed by now. ... (5 replies)
... ALL allergies are 'aquired' from repeated and prolonged contact to a substance that the skin deems an 'irritant'. ... (12 replies)
Contact dermatitis
Sep 26, 2005
... If you have contact dermatitis from overexposure to acrylics, then leaving them off will help alleviate the problem. ... (1 replies)
Nail disorder
Aug 13, 2004
... If you are wearing acrylics, i suggest you soak them off right away. You might be experiencing an allergic reaction which can cause the nail palte to lift from the nail bed. Fungus can cause lifting as well, but is usually evidenced by a yellowish discoloration and apparent debris in the area of lift. ... (4 replies)
Nov 17, 2008
... If you work in a bar and squeeze lemons, limes, or other acidic fruit, you have what nail technicians commonly refer to as "bar rot" which is paronychia. You need to see your dermatologist. ... (9 replies)
... from improper application due to overexposure to too much liquid, or you have aquired a yeast infection. Only your doctor can determine if it is a yeast infection. ... (4 replies)
Dec 27, 2005
... infection, you may be experiencing an allergic reaction to acrylics, or you may have thyroid problems. ... (10 replies)
... m characterized by live tissue firmly attached to the underside of the nail plate, which contains a blood supply and nerves. ... (2 replies)
Dec 27, 2005
... Thanks, Marti. This goes back to a post I submitted months ago. I noticed the nails on three fingers separating at the corners. ... (10 replies)
... Powder acrylics and gel acrylic. ... (1 replies)
... l be thin now. You can harden them by using nail strengtheners, but the formaldehyde in the formula can make them dry and brittle. You could also experience an allergic reaction to the formaldehyde. ... (2 replies)
Nail problem!
Apr 22, 2003
... Go to a Sally Beauty Supply and purchase a bottle of Botanical Oil in the Nail Department, or buy some Solar Oil from Ulta Cosmetic Outlet. ... (2 replies)

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