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Does Nail Art Really Make My Hands Black?

69 2019-12-25

I believe that every manicurist has been asked such a question: Will the nail lamp be blackened? Does regular exposure damage the skin? I heard that multiple shots of nail art can cause skin cancer. Is it true?

Xiaobian has also been asked many questions by many girls in the background. Originally, our nails were designed to make our hands look more beautiful. How can we make our hands more ugly because of the nail light! Now we are going to return a nail innocence!

LED base coat china wholesaler to share with you:

First, find out the main cause of sunburn. In fact, UV is the real culprit! So, how exactly does it hurt our skin? At present, ultraviolet rays can be divided into UVA (320-400 nm), UVB (280-320 nm), and UVC (100-280 nm) by wavelength. Among them, UVC (100-280 nm) is blocked by the ozone layer and can hardly reach the surface. Therefore, we generally say "sun protection" refers to preventing UVA and UVB in the sun from damaging the skin.

Performance after skin sunburn: Generally, the skin of the human body will immediately experience redness and itching after experiencing prolonged or high-intensity exposure. Long-term direct exposure to ultraviolet rays may even produce sunburn, and may cause skin photoaging and even cause skin cancer.

UV Gel

The working principle of various nail arts: During the process of making nail art, the function of nail art lamp is to cure UV gel.

Nail lamps commonly used in the market are UV lamps and LED lamps. What's the difference between them? Xiaobian to give you a specific introduction ~ UV lamp is short for ultraviolet lamp. Many dermatologists believe that nail UV lamps are harmful. Because the UV lamps commonly used in nails are hot cathode fluorescent lamps, it is UVA (long-wave ultraviolet). Long-wave ultraviolet rays can reach deep in the dermis and cause melanin deposits on the skin, making the skin black and dry!

But Massachusetts General Hospital did a study on this: calculating the carcinogenicity of nail lamps by measuring the UV dose emitted by the nail lamps. They used three models of nail UV lamps, and after comparing with FDA-approved UV treatments commonly used in dermatology, they concluded that it is safe to use nail lamps once a week for 250 consecutive years. . Unless we really live to be 250 years old ...

LED lights are just like ordinary lighting, and do not harm human skin and eyes. In comparison, LED lights are more energy-efficient than UV lights and shorten the lighting time, but the corresponding price is also slightly more expensive than UV lights. LED lamps do not cause melanin to precipitate on the skin; furthermore, LED lamps are not as hot as UV lamps and do not burn. UV + LED lamp is a new type of phototherapy lamp with long service life, low power, low heat, more stable UV source, stronger penetrating ability, and will not have much impact on the skin.

What should I pay attention to when using nail art?

Be sure to write down these operation times when using nails ~

Too long or too short will affect the final effect of the nail

UV base coat: UV 120 seconds / LED 60 seconds

Color glue: UV60 seconds / LED 30 seconds

Sealing layer: UV120 seconds / LED 60 seconds

No-clean seal: UV180 seconds / LED 90 seconds

After each perfect nail, it is best to apply hand cream on the back of the hand and each joint of the fingers to replenish the hand's moisture in time.

When our hands are extremely dry, they can easily become black.

So don't attribute any black hand to nails, and don't let nails lie innocently. From now on, innocent nails! Be at ease with beautiful nails!

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