Cancer vs gel manicure – one excludes the other?
Gel manicure, similarly to hybrid manicure, consists of light-curing products application to the nails, i.e. products requiring hardening in a LED or UV lamp. Unfortunately, it is not advised to use this type of service by those diagnosed with cancer during the entire period of treatment and also immediately after recovery. The doctor should assess how much time should elapse before the patient can start doing manicures with UV or LED light.
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?