New "living polymer" nail gels are similar to the natural nail. These nail gels are used with a safe curing system. It is the most advanced nail bonding system on the market today.
Extensive research into polymer chemistry and living science has led to the development of a totally new nail gel classified as a "living polymer." This classification is derived because of the gel's similarity in function to that of the skin and natural nail.
Unlike conventional nail systems, this living polymer system does not seal off and inhibit the biological nail system. Rather, the living polymer nail gels
is gas permeable, and allows the nail to respire.
While the nail itself is comprised of nonliving material, it does give off moisture and by-product vapors connected with metabolic activity of the skin under the nail. This respiratory factor keeps the nail and finger normal and healthy.
A great deal of research has gone into developing of living polymer nail gels
. When hardened, a very strong bond is created to the natural nail. At the same time, it exhibits close to the same flex rates and patterns as the natural nail. This is very important as dissimilar plate movement is one of the primary causes of artificial nail separation.
Another key feature of the living polymer nail gels
is its ability to cure smooth and tack free, thus eliminating the required use of a cleansing solvent, as there is no residue. This factor, when combined with the unique chemistry developed in finding and using nonirritating polymer ingredients gives unparalleled performance with virtually no irritation.