UV/LED PolyFlex Gel LUX, Clear 50 ml

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UV/LED PolyFlex Gel LUX, Clear – has a translucent texture, is quite economical and multifunctional, used for both art modeling and strengthening weakened nails, that are prone to brittleness.


Ideal for restoring the architecture of the nail plate, raising the free edge and correcting the shape.
Flawlessly keeps the square shape in the strengthening technique, due to which the angles remain unchanged.
After polymerization, the material acquires a high density, therefore, during the sawing process, its heavy dust does not fly in the air, settles quickly.
Minimum filing.
There is no unpleasant odor.
Does not hurt in a lamp.
Hypoallergenic components – safety for the health of the master and the client.
There is almost no sticky layer.


Prepare the nail plate with PNB buff, remove the gloss.
Apply the auxiliary fluids: Nail Dehydrator and Bond Control to the entire nail plate. When working with a wet nail plate, use an Acid Primer.
Rub in Universal Base PNB / Scotch Base PNB and cure in the lamp for 1 minute.
Using a spatula/brush-spatula, apply a small amount of polygel to the nail plate and distribute.
Model the desired nail architecture with a brush/brush-spatula dipped in Polygel solution PNB. Press the arch for 2-3 sec. with a special clamp, dry in a lamp for 2 min. Compression of the salon arch – for 8-15 sec., depending on the lamp power. When building nails with polygel, it is necessary to set the forms or tips on the nails.
File the polygel with a 180 or 240 grit file and buff it.
Apply color gel polish in 1-2 coats. Cure material for 60 sec. Complete the design.
Apply the PNB top.

For full polymerization, the minimum layer thickness of the material is 1-1.2 mm, and the maximum thickness is 2 mm.
Full polymerization time for UV/LED PolyFlex Gel LUX in a PNB combi lamp is 2 minutes. Curing in a CCFL lamp is not recommended.
We recommend removing the residual minimal stickiness of the material after polymerization with GEL CLEANSER PNB.