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... If your natural nail was ripped off along with the acrylic, the exposed nail bed will be damaged. ... (1 replies)
... It does sound like Contact Dermatitis, but may not be related to nail dust. Try wearing gloves when doing nails, a dust mask when filing and long sleeves to protect your exposed skin. If the symptoms continue to occur, then you may be allergic to something else. ... (1 replies)
... Do not sand I repeat DO NOT attempt to use any type of artificial nail product on you rnails again. Once we are allergic, we are allergic for LIFE. ... (15 replies)

... and found that you decribed my problem to the "T" along with the above responses. ... (15 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)
... in this case, gel acrylic. If you are allergic to one nail enhancement product, you will be allergic to all of them. ... (6 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)
... 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)
... 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)
No more nail
Sep 29, 2005
... I actually got this suggestion from you. The original posts are below. At the time you didn't mention any possible allergic reaction to the acrylic nail. ... (22 replies)
... Once you remove the product, the itching, burning, etc might take as long as a week for the symptoms to subside. There really is nothing that will make the symptoms dissappear except for complete removal of the product. ... (15 replies)
... I was getting my acrylic nails filled for about 3 months until one day after I got them filled, I noticed my cuticles were very itchy. I tried to ignore it but my cuticles also started swelling, and under my nails started pussing with tiny blisters. ... (1 replies)
... i've been using acrylic nails for a few months now and i had no problem. when i went to put a new set on i noticed the fallowing day that the skin around my cuticle area was puffy, red, bumpy, and EXTREMELY itchy. ... (0 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)
... 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)
... Hi I am a qualified nail tech and have been doing nails for only 6 months. ... (1 replies)
... I am a devasted Nail Technician to say the least! I had a thriving business and was loving every minute of being a nail tech, when bam I started sneezing and being conjested and snotty yuk I know! ... (8 replies)
... rd of the way through the finger. The distal edge pulled away from the nail bed and I had to press it back down. Bled for more than a few days every time something touched it. If I tried to cut it, the distal edge pulled up again. ... (19 replies)
No more nail
Sep 30, 2005
... I suppose I should have mentioned that this was only a 'temporary' thing and not to be applied on a daily basis. ... (22 replies)
... Since ALL artificial nail products are made form the same family of acrylates, if you are allergic to one, you will be allergic to all of them. ... (1 replies)

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