We often hear that gel polish is bad for the nails, because it does not allow the nail to “breathe”. But is this true? Under what conditions does semi-permanent varnish become dangerous for our nails? In this article, the nail supply expert Maryton will give you answers.
In fact, our nails do not breathe. On the contrary, semi-permanent varnish on the contrary helps protect your nails. It prevents excessive absorption of water which can cause breakage and the soft effect that can be found on the nails.
On the other hand, semi-permanent varnish becomes harmful and dangerous for our nails, from the moment you apply it on nails that are already weakened and in poor health. It is therefore strongly recommended that people with mycoses, fungi, psoriasis, or nails that tend to split, break or be soft opt for a semi-permanent application.
Beyond having healthy nails, it is also very important to use good quality products, which comply with regulations regarding chemical products or, quite simply, to have the right technique, the right actions to carry out the application of a semi-permanent varnish or even its removal, which can quickly become a little tedious or even difficult.
Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure sets to care for nails.
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