Some nail techs justify their actions by claiming to use only sterile or disposable implements. They naively believe this prevents infections. Wrong! Whenever the living skin is cut or abraded, the damaged area is more susceptible to infection for many hours or even days. The potential risk of infection will remain until the body heals.
Any bit spinning at thousands of RPM and placed against the skin surface will abrade the skin no matter the light touch.
This abrasion can reduce the skin’s effectiveness as a germ and bacteria barrier. It also makes it easier for infections and adverse skin reactions to occur.
Ask for that the drill not be used during your nail service especially on your skin. ~~ Nail Care HQ
Formula 1 – Maintenance after healthy and strong nails are achieved
Formula 2 – Weak, peeling nails
Formula 3 – Dry, brittle nails
Formula 2 Plus – Damaged and thin nails
Use: daily application of thin even coats, careful to cap free edges. After the sixth or seventh day of daily application, remove and began daily application for another six or seven days until the desired results are achieved. Better and faster results if used without polish for the first 30 days of beginning the treatment. Can be worn over nail polish if so desired.