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Precautions while using Nail Paint

A few safety precautions you must know before you start doing your Nail Paint.
11. If youve gotten some nail polish on your cuticles fingers or anywhere else dont worry
Dip a Q tip in some nail polish remover and gently remove the extra polish. This will make sure your nail polish job is clean and neat. Unscrew the lid and apply a little less polish to the brush than you think you should. Flooding the cuticle is easy to do when youre a rookie, and fixing it is obviously harder with your non dominant hand.
12. you can dip your nails in cold water
After you are completely done with applying nail polish, you can dip your nails in cold water, this helps a lot because it hardens the nail polish and stays neat. If you would like to take a shower after applying nail polish make sure it is dry and be sure NOT to take a hot shower, this will melt the nail polish.
13. Safety
Nail polish formulations may include ingredients that cause cancer in humans, or are toxic to the central nervous system, including phthalates, toluene, and formaldehyde. Manufacturers have been pressured by consumer groups to reduce or to eliminate potentially toxic ingredients, and in September 2006, several companies agreed to phase out dibutyl phthalate, which had been linked to problems in the endocrine system and increased risk of diabetes in women. There are no universal consumer safety standards for nail polish, however, and while formaldehyde has been eliminated from some nail polish brands, others still use it.
14. What are the harmful ingredients used in Nail Polish
This ingredient is used for firming nails. It has caused cancer in rats in laboratory tests. Pregnant women should avoid using nail polish containing this ingredient. Lightly squeeze the handle of the brush to help prevent you from shaking or twisting the handle and start in the center of the nail, slightly further away from the cuticle than you normally would.
15. How to wear Nail Polish safely while pregnant
Apply the nail polish near a window or an open door, ensuring that the room has good ventilation. Apply only one coat of nail polish. Do not blow air after you apply nail polish. Keep your painted toe and finger nails away from your body. Follow the same precautions while removing the nail polish. After removing the nail polish, do not forget to wash your hands well with soap.
16. What are the non toxic Nail Polish brands
There has been no conclusive test to determine whether applying of nail polish during pregnancy is safe or dangerous. So it is suggested that pregnant women must use natural water based nail polishes which do not contain any harsh chemicals like phthalates and formaldehyde. There are some natural nail polishes brands that are easily available in the market such as Honeybee Gardens Nail Polish, Zoya Natural Polish and Suncoat Nail Polish.
17. What is the latest news around toxic chemicals used in Nail Polish
Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP) has been banned by the European Union but is still prevalent in American products. Breast Cancer Fund in California has exerted immense pressure on cosmetic companies to exclude DBP from their product range. The March of Dimes Foundation, a United States nonprofit organization has clearly stated that harmful chemicals used in nail polish multiplies the risk of birth defects. The March of Dimes has requested pregnant women to avoid using nail polish and remover especially if their nails are split or brittle as harmful chemicals can get absorbed through your skin. However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not concluded that nail polish is unsafe during pregnancy.
18. Base coat
This type of nail polish is a clear or milky colored polish formula that is used specifically before applying nail polish to the nail.[6] The purpose of it is to strengthen nails, restore moisture to the nail, and/or help polish adhere to the nail. Some base coats are marketed as ridge fillers which can create a smooth surface, and reduce the appearance the ridges that can appear on unhealthy nails or due to aging. Base coat may also help keep nails from being stained a yellowish color by colored polishes.
19. Top coat
This type of nail polish is a clear colored polish formula that is used specifically after applying nail polish to the nail. It forms a hardened barrier for the nail that can prevent chipping, scratching and peeling. Many top coats are marketed as quick drying and, in addition to drying quickly, also help the underlying colored polish dry quickly.
20. Gel
Gel polish is a long lasting variety of nail polish made up of a type of methacrylate polymer. It is painted on the nail similar to traditional nail polish, and does not dry until it is cured under an ultraviolet or ultraviolet LED lamp. While regular nail polish formulas typically last 2 7 days before chipping, gel polish can last upwards of two weeks with proper application and home care. Gel polish can be more difficult to remove than regular nail polish; it is usually gently pushed off (often with an orange wood stick) after soaking the nails in acetone for 8 15 minutes. It is not possible to remove gel polish with non acetone nail polish remover.

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