Burning, Reactions, Peeling, Itchiness, Bumps, Tiny blisters,
Allergic Reaction, using a Drill...
Burning of the
to acrylic nails, also called an
reaction, and including
skin around cuticles peeling or
and little red or
white bumps around cuticle
skin; and itchiness
around cuticle skin area.
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|Red, inflamed, itchy & burning sensation
of the fingers and or cuticles.
Burning & Primer, and
reactions and sensations are caused
by over priming.|
Drill can thin natural
fingernails - see #11 below
See "Webolutionary" on how and when to
use the Drill.
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Burning & Primer -
Allergic Reaction, and how to
Neutralize - Some will call this
skin around cuticles peeling or cracking,
itchiness, and little red or white bumps.
(red, inflamed, itchy & burning sensation
of the fingers and or cuticles)
One area of concern is: Does the
Technician use the Pterygium Stone after Etching with the Purple
Terminator 100-grit file?
If the Pterygium skin (which
grows on top of the fingernail) is not etched; it can soak
up primer like a sponge.
This can cause sensations like:
itching, burning and cracking.
Itching, burning and cracking is
usually due to too much primer.
Does the Technician blot the primer
brush on a towelette before applying the primer to the natural
When the primer brush is not
blotted – too much primer can be released onto the natural
fingernail, and can be soaked up by the pterygium skin.
The primer can also run over the
tip of the free-edge and soak into the hyponychium skin, on the
underside of the natural fingernail.
As a client, have you started any
As a client, are you exposing your
hands to any chemicals?
Are you receiving a service, before
the application of the acrylic nails; like: a Manicure? Or a
What are you or the Technician using
to remove polish and/or top-coats?
What brand of primer is the
IF the finger tips start to Burn...
Neutralize the primer.
Add 1 tablespoon of regular
“baking soda” to 1 cup of tap water, and put into a bowl big
enough for fingers. Mix and soak the fingers in this baking
soda & water solution.
Put fingers into bowl for a few
minutes, to neutralize the primer.
Regular Baking soda (like Arm &
Hammer) and water should neutralize primer.
Sometimes the cuticles & or the
fingers can get red, inflamed, itchy & burning, even after you leave
In this case, soak your fingers
at home, in the baking soda & water solution.
A lot of people will refer to this
“red, inflamed, itchy & burning sensation”, that is usually caused
from “over-priming”, as being an allergic reaction. Since acrylic
products do not produce any type of spores, and become inert when
hard, the words "allergic reaction" should not be used.
Keep these notes handy.
Drills – NEVER use the drill to Etch the natural
The drilling of the natural
fingernail causes thinning of the fingernail and can allow the
primer to penetrate the natural fingernail.
(See #9 above for reaction.)
NEVER allow a drill to be used
to Etch your fingernails.
ALL Etching should be done with
a hand-file, preferably the “Purple Terminator 100-grit” file.
(See #1 above.)