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... and that means an allergy to artificial nail products. ... (15 replies)
... s 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)
... 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)
... 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. It's all acrylic based! ... (8 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. ONLY the acrylic ones. ... (15 replies)
... 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 are using products by Creative Nail Design, you need to visit their website, log in as a 'professional' and you can download the Material Safety Data Sheets on all the products you are using. ... (8 replies)
... Wow! I just registered here because it is such an informative site. I have been searching the web to find out why I have been having so much trouble with itchy, swollen cuticles after getting an acrylic fill. From 1997 until 2005, I had acrylic nails. ... (8 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)
... Yuo are experiencing an allergic reaction to the nail products. ALL artificial nail products are made from the same family of acrylates. ... (1 replies)
... smashed my toenail now some 25 years later snowboarding, and it appears the nail base is separated from the bone and loose. This can happen from stubbing a toe, acrylic finger nails getting caught on something, etc. ... (2 replies)
... then you are simply redepositing the bacteria. The bacteria needs moisture to grow and contaminates to eat as 'food'. ... (3 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. It is the liquid monomer in the mixture that is the potential allergen. ... (2 replies)
... ALL allergies are 'aquired' from repeated and prolonged contact to a substance that the skin deems an 'irritant'. ... (12 replies)
... Did you have acrylic or gel tips put on your nails? ... (2 replies)

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