Hema Free UV Nail Gel Polish by CANNI.CO.UK

Regular price
£3.75
Regular price
£3.99
Sale price
£3.75

CANNI Hema Free Nail Gel

Available in 60 different shades. 
Each bottle contains 7.3ml gel

How to use CANNI Hema Free Nail Gel Polish?

Step 1. Clean Nails then trim nail surface as normal manicures process.
Step 2. Fully shake up the gel polish, it can make the gel polish colour balanced.
Step 3. Apply base coat first, which can make polish lasting longer, cure with UV lamp or LED lamp. (Necessary)
Step 4. Apply first thin layer of colour gel directly, cure with UV lamp for 2 minutes or cure with LED lamp for 60 seconds.
Step 5. Apply second thin layer of colour gel and then immediately cure with UV lamp for 2 minutes or cure with LED lamp for 60 seconds.
Step 6. Apply top coat, cured by UV lamp or LED lamp.

Attention:

❤ External use only / Avoid contact with eyes and mouth. 
❤ Keep away from heat or flame / Keep out of reach children. 
❤ Not suitable for pregnancy and sensitive skin / Avoid prolonged contact with skin. 
❤ Stop using the product if any redness or allergic reactions occur. 


What is Hema?

HEMA also known as 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate or hydroxyethyl methacrylate is used as an adhesive in gel polish. It gives nail gel hard shiny finish. However it's small molecules are easily absorbed into the skin and it can cause sensitisation.
For some people it can cause a slight allergic reaction. But not to worry, the allergic reaction only occurs when the Hema gel polish reaches the skin and it only causes a mild irritation. Hema free gel polishes are designed to allow everyone to be able to enjoy a perfect manicure without having an allergic reaction. 

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Marie J.
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Good site easy to use fast delivery and good quality products

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Lynda S.
Hema free nail gel polish

Great - love the colours, easy to use and still lasting - after 2 weeks.

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Lynda S.
Hema free nail gel polish

Great - love the colours, easy to use and still lasting - after 2 weeks.

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