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... he uses the same files and implements on every client witout properly cleanign and sanitizing them between clients, or if the technician or the client touches anything to their nails after they have been prepped for application. ... (13 replies)
... I came across this site when I came back from my holiday in Majorca. I went to my daughters salon to have my gel nails removed. After removing the gel covering my daughter was upset to see that the white of some of my nails were running into the pink. ... (0 replies)
... Fungus is characterized by apparent nail plate separation, thickened and yellowed nails with apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (13 replies)

... there is usually not a problem with fungal infections. I.E. wearing artificial nails puts you at much higher risk of developing infections. You also admit that the artificial nails are why she got this infection. ... (13 replies)
... MMA and EMA. ... (8 replies)
... Fungus is characterized by a yellowish discoloration of the nail plate, nail plate thickening, nail plate separation and apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (13 replies)
... Anyhow, my big toenail looked yellow, I had just had a pedicure and about a week later the whole entire nail except for one side just totally fell off from the nail bed! I was in shock. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks Marti, when the nail fell off I looked underneath and it was black, green whatever. I soaked it in vinigar for about 2 weeks. It took awhile for the nail to fall off. ... (13 replies)
... the green discoloration on your nails is the result of a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. You gave this to your self when yu repeatedly removed and glued on new 'nails' without properly prepping the nail surface. ... (3 replies)
... ear or more. After you eventually develop an allergic reaction to gel, you will not be able to wear any type of enhancement. My suggestion to you is to use the gel very thin and allow your natural nails to grow out, then stop the applications all together. ... (15 replies)
... Vitamin B Complex contains Biotin and you can purchase Biotin on its own over the counter. Biotin is good for the nails as for your blood if taken as B Complex. Dr. G's Clear nail is a good product. ... (38 replies)
... After using this 'Kerolac' nail gel for a while, I haven't noticed anything with my nail. ... (38 replies)
... That's interesting, I didn't know that about thyroid imbalance being linked to it. I don't wear nail polish now. I used to have gel nail overlays until a few months ago. ... (6 replies)
... d OFF right away. The last thing you need is to build up moisture in the nail bed by keeping it covered. Fungal or bacterial spores LOVE all the extra moisture and can set up housekeeping even when you are taking or using any type of medication. ... (15 replies)
Broken in half
Aug 8, 2005
... blown infection. Until it completley heals, the best thing is to keep your hands out of water and wear protective gloves when having to have your hands in water or when using any type of cleaning solution. ... (6 replies)


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