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  • 02 Jul 2018
    There is a quite a bit on the media on factors that contribute toward cancer, including nail polish. According to the United States department, the industry has a large following, with over $800 million bottles of nail polish sold annually. That figure constitutes for a lot of work in the PST Tax Lawyers department. Due to their inability to stay on the nails for more than a few days, there room for innovation to take place, and that is where gel nail polish comes in. When done right, it stays on the nails for more than two weeks, and depending on one’s rate of nail growth; it can stay on for four weeks. What women like about gel is that it does not chip, making their nails remain polished for days. The reason gel has been on the news and is a cause of concern the ultra violet rays used in setting the polish to the nails. Studies show that the gel can cause damage to the skin by changing the DNA of the skin. What scientists say is that it can bring about the premature aging of the skin and, as hypothesized, cancer. The concern for many is that there have not been studies conducted long enough to ascertain the claims.  The claims that they can potentially cause cancer have many people concerned about the cost that beauty has. If there is a link Diamond and Diamond lawyers would be working overtime to process claims that gel has brought about skin cancer and perhaps claim under personal injury. There is a divide against whether contracting cancer is plausible, others saying that the levels are too low to cause any real harm. The same is even lower for those with home kits as they are less potent than what is used in salons. How then should women who wish to keep their nails tiptop and still quell their concerns? Scientist suggests using sunscreen or gloves without the tips to minimize exposure. Equally, consider using moisturizer during the period the polish is on.  Another thing women can do is to reduce the frequency with which they apply the gel. There have been notable claims of thinning of the nails, but it is as a result of the nail polish remover. That is however still a hypothesis and no substantial evidence is available.
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  • There is a quite a bit on the media on factors that contribute toward cancer, including nail polish. According to the United States department, the industry has a large following, with over $800 million bottles of nail polish sold annually. That figure constitutes for a lot of work in the PST Tax Lawyers department. Due to their inability to stay on the nails for more than a few days, there room for innovation to take place, and that is where gel nail polish comes in. When done right, it stays on the nails for more than two weeks, and depending on one’s rate of nail growth; it can stay on for four weeks. What women like about gel is that it does not chip, making their nails remain polished for days. The reason gel has been on the news and is a cause of concern the ultra violet rays used in setting the polish to the nails. Studies show that the gel can cause damage to the skin by changing the DNA of the skin. What scientists say is that it can bring about the premature aging of the skin and, as hypothesized, cancer. The concern for many is that there have not been studies conducted long enough to ascertain the claims.  The claims that they can potentially cause cancer have many people concerned about the cost that beauty has. If there is a link Diamond and Diamond lawyers would be working overtime to process claims that gel has brought about skin cancer and perhaps claim under personal injury. There is a divide against whether contracting cancer is plausible, others saying that the levels are too low to cause any real harm. The same is even lower for those with home kits as they are less potent than what is used in salons. How then should women who wish to keep their nails tiptop and still quell their concerns? Scientist suggests using sunscreen or gloves without the tips to minimize exposure. Equally, consider using moisturizer during the period the polish is on.  Another thing women can do is to reduce the frequency with which they apply the gel. There have been notable claims of thinning of the nails, but it is as a result of the nail polish remover. That is however still a hypothesis and no substantial evidence is available.
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