Can gel manicure bring about an allergic reaction?
Allergies may be caused by a variety of factors and products – incorrectly applied gel layer or one of the chemical substances in the product itself. That’s why it is vital to secure cuticles before applying gel. Other factors to be taken into account are the time necessary under the UV lamp, washing off the dispersion layer (from cuticle to the top of the nail). Should you be concerned about an allergic reaction occurrence, an allergic test can be done in our studio around 24h before actual visit. Itching, inflammation, redness – those are symptoms of the allergic reaction. If they appear, the gel should be removed without undue delay.
Compendium of knowledge about Gel Manicure
- Can I remove gel manicure by myself?
- Does gel manicure damage nail plate?
- How long does gel manicure last?
- Can men also have gel manicure done?
- Is epilepsy a contraindication to doing gel manicure?
- Cancer vs gel manicure – one excludes the other?
- Can gel manicure be carried out while suffering from autoimmune disease?
- Can gel manicure bring about an allergic reaction?
- Can I do gel manicure when I have onychomycosis?
- How does gel manicure after care look like?
- How to choose between gel manicure and acrylic nails? Which one is better?
- Is gel manicure suitable for teenagers?
- Gel is used only in case of damaged nails – fact or myth?
- I have weak and brittle nails – can I do gel manicure?
- Is pregnancy a contraindication to gel manicure?
- Can I do gel manicure while breastfeeding?