Reply To: Safely using nail polish

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DeeAnn Hopings
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I think the comparison of nail polishes to automotive paint is a bit wide of the mark. While there may be some similarities, the operating conditions are vastly different. That means that the formulation would be very different. Cars are exposed to a broader range of temperatures, ultraviolet light and sheet metal expands in heat much more than the human body does and doesn’t care about toxicity (in contrast to human tissue). I have no specific idea what causes your particular set of issues, but some searches turned up some interesting information…

https://www.thoughtco.com/nail-polish-chemistry-603996

https://rionnanailpolish.weebly.com/composition.html

https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/a-look-at-the-effects-of-nail-polish-on-nail-health-and-safety-2019112118231

https://nailgrowthreviews.com/br/c-strengthener/?maas=maas_adg_api_587712301669402967_macro_3_61&ref_=aa_maas&aa_campaignid=399373923&aa_adgroupid=1158886014394980&aa_creativeid=ad-72430533868910_kwd-72430888195584:loc-190_dev-c_ext-&msclkid=0a12ba30889f14d4967bd863901fa0cf

I have never tried UV cure gel polishes, but I have tried gels with chemical hardeners. However, what turned me off was having to soak my nails in acetone. That didn’t seem like a very good idea at all.

Perhaps you might seek the advice and counsel of a dermatologist…

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