Too often Manicure Could Trigger Skin Cancer

Manicure often used as a solution for those who do not want a broken nails and unkempt. But it turns out gel manicure process is used too often can lead to skin cancer.
Manicure“Dose length UV light to dry gel is known to damage skin cells, which is the trigger for the onset of skin cancer,” said a doctor at NYU School of Medicine, Dr. Chris Adigun from Ronald O Perelman Department of Dermatology, as quoted by Fox News, Thursday (7/3/2013)
No one knows the right dose for UV light is used, because the UV light can not be regulated. “LED lights are used in ordinary drying nail polish does not pose a health risk because they do not emit ultraviolet radiation. However, some skin cancers are caused by exposure to certain ultraviolet light,” he wrote in an article in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Gel that is used when the manicure is a mediator. If you frequently use, you should be aware of the consequences that occur. Gel manicure makes nails 2 times more durable than just regular nail polish. This gel can also disguise the fragility of the nails and make your nails stronger.
It is recommended to use sunscreen on hand to reduce chemical trauma. “In general manicure will make your nails beautiful in some time, but no one knows what goes on under your nails,” said Dr. Chris.