What they got right – “What got to me was the warning that UV-A radiation, like that used in gel manicures to harden the nail polish and thus make it less likely to chip, “cause(s) signs of premature aging like dark spots and wrinkles.” No bodily function causes me more useless anxiety than ‘premature aging,’ and I know I’m not alone, because I read women’s magazines, which are almost single-mindedly devoted to its prevention.” “Additionally, the risk posed by UV light exposu
"Caption is formulated to deliver all the benefits of a gel manicure without baking with UV rays or the hassle of a time-consuming removal." I don't understand why when there is a nail polish that doesn't need an UV light to cure it, it is a "plus" but when the polish does use an UV light, it's no big deal...What am I missing???
Hey girls, remember UVA light damages your skin. Because UVA damage is cumulative, whether you believe the UVA light you are being exposed to (even with a LED lamp) is a little or a lot, it will eventually be a lot. As a matter of fact, it has been determined that in just 10 visits it has become a lot. So all of you who have been getting gel manicures for a while now, don't damage your skin during a beauty treatment & buy YouVeeShield. You'll be so glad you did when your han