There are couple of things more baffling than investing cash and energy on a nail treatment just to witness it chip in a few days after the top coat is dry. In the wake of battling with how to influence nail trims to keep them going for quite a long time, gel nail treatments were presented and ladies all over were thrilled at the idea of a nail treatment that could last, and still be presentable, for about two weeks. Be that as it may, such as everything that appears excessively great to be true, there’s somewhat of a hiccup: the UVR-transmitting nail lights used to cure the gel nail trim to your fingernail (and influence it to keep going for whatever length of time that it does) came into question with respect to whether they could cause cancer of the skin. In an official proclamation concerning the problems of the lights,, Vice President of the Skin Cancer Foundation, had this to say;
“Research has demonstrated that radiation emitted from UV gadgets are cancer-causing to people. Despite the fact that researchers have demonstrated that the risk of cancer related to these devices used for gel nail treatments on the low side, and as such, not significant. The hazard, as per episodic research, is most noteworthy for squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), the second most basic skin disease. An expected 650,000 instances of squamous cell carcinoma are analyzed every year in the United States, bringing about roughly 3,600 recorded deaths. Squamous cell carcinoma is for the most part caused by continuous UV presentation and is mostly on the hands and around the fingernails. In the event that you should get an UV-gel nail treatment, you should apply sunscreen to your hands in advance. You can shield also your hands from also signs of aging like brown spots, wrinkles and skin cancer if you apply sunscreen to your hands after your gel manicure.”
On the off chance that you completely need to get a gel nail treatment, always apply sunscreen to your hands before visiting the salon. When it comes to cancer, prevention is always the best approach.