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Nail glue
Jul 5, 2008
... All artificial nail products are made from the same family of acrylates, so if you are allergic to one, you will be allergic to all of them. It doesn't matter what the "name" of the glue is, it is all the same thing "cyanoacrylate". ... (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)
... 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)

... All artificial nail products are made from acrylates and include traditional acrylic, gel acrylic, wrap resins and nail glue, including all types of instant glues. Repeated and prolonged skin exposure WILL cause allergic reaction and once we are allergic,we are allergic for life. ... (18 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)
... You are experiencing an allergic reaction to the acrylates in the nail glue. Itching, burning skin and blisters are a sure sign of allergic reaction. Once we are allergic, we are allergic for life. You will need to stop using the nails and opt for natural nail care. ... (1 replies)
Nail bed receding
Sep 23, 2007
... or you have become allergic to the acrylates in the nail glue. You should see your doctor to be sure it isn't an infection. ... (1 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)
... nails.com and found that you decribed my problem to the "T" along with the above responses. ... (15 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)
... meaning that each time you 'accidently' get some on your skin, you are exposing yourself to a potential allergen. After repeated and prolonged exposure, you will develop an allergic reaction. ... (5 replies)
... this includes traditional liquid and powder acrylic, gel ACRYLIC, wrap resins, nail glue and primers. The only difference between experiencing an allergic reaction to gel vs liquid and powder is it just takes a little longer for the reaction to happen, but it WILL happen. ... (15 replies)
No more nail
Sep 29, 2005
... Ok, both of you get over the idea of applying a "fake" nail to your skin, because that's what you would be applying it to. Using artificial nail products on your skin will only make matters worse as you can give yourself an allergic reaction to the products. ... (22 replies)
... gel nail products 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)
... There is no such thing as 'chemical free' artificial nails. ALL artificial nail products are made from the same family of acrylates and includes traditional acrylic, gel acrylic, wrap resins, nail glue and dipping powder. ... (8 replies)
... and once we are allergic, we are allergic for life. Acute or severe allergic reaction will cause the nail plate to separate from the nail bed. ... (1 replies)
No Toenail
Jul 30, 2008
... About a year ago, I began using the artificial toenails with the nail glue and for about six months my toenails looked unbelievable to the point I would get compliments all the time! ... (2 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)
... Many people are allergic to either the gel or the glue which is used..the most common reaction to either of these products is swelling around the cuticle and redness. Sometimes itching can acommpany it as well. ... (2 replies)
... Ethyl cyanoacrylate is the chemical that is used to make all instant glues that cure on contact with air, such as Super Glue and most nail glues. Polyethylmethacrylate, or PEMA, is a polymerized ethyl methacrylate monomer. ... (2 replies)


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