Why Do You Need ManiGlovz?

We know we need to protect ourselves from sun damage, but going the extra step and protecting ourselves from as many UV radiation sources as possible is equally as important. Read more about the reasons why a set of ManiGlovz® UV Protective Manicure and Sunblock gloves can help make a difference in your health and skincare.

Gel Manicures Increase Skin Cancer Risk

Gel Manicures Increase Skin Cancer Risk

Gel Manicures Increase Skin Cancer Risk (Healthline) - Gel manicures offer a longer-lasting option than regular manicures, but at what cost? The UV lights used to cure, or dry, gel polish have some consumers concerned about the risk for skin cancer. “The lamps emit...

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Is It Safe To Use a UV Light For Your Nails?

Is It Safe To Use a UV Light For Your Nails?

Is It Safe To Use a UV Light For Your Nails? UV Nail Light Risks (Byrdie) - By now we all know (or at least should know) the importance of wearing sunscreen each and every day, regardless of the time of year. That’s because the concept of contracting cancer from...

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Safety of LED nail lamps

Safety of LED nail lamps

Safety of LED nail lamps (Harvard Medical School) -  Q. I was worried about drying my nails with a lamp or light box at the nail salon because of the potential risk of cancer from the ultraviolet radiation, but my salon recently switched to LED lamps. Are they safer?...

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Sun Protective Clothing – The Skin Cancer Foundation

Sun Protective Clothing – The Skin Cancer Foundation

Sun Protective Clothing - The Skin Cancer Foundation (Skin Cancer Foundation) -  Your clothing doesn’t just look great. It also absorbs or blocks harmful UV radiation and remains one of the most effective forms of protection against sun damage and skin cancer. What’s...

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Is the UV Lamp Really Safe?

Is the UV Lamp Really Safe?

Is the UV Lamp Really Safe? (Brides) - It’s hard to imagine life before gel manicures, isn’t it? No drying time, a glossy finish, and two-week staying power is the stuff nail dreams are made of—especially for those about to say "I Do" who want chip-free nails from the...

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UV radiation causes wrinkles

UV radiation causes wrinkles

UV radiation causes wrinkles (US National Library of Medicine) - Being the largest and most visible organ of the body and heavily influenced by environmental factors, skin is ideal to study the long-term effects of aging. Throughout our lifetime, we accumulate damage...

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The Gel Manicure Lowdown UV vs. LED

The Gel Manicure Lowdown UV vs. LED

The Gel Manicure Lowdown UV vs. LED The Gel Manicure Lowdown: UV vs. LED: While I was getting a manicure a few weeks ago, I placed my freshly lacquered hand under the light to cure the polish. I was immediately taken aback by how quickly the machine beeped to notify...

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What You Need To Know About UV Lamps And Skin Cancer

What You Need To Know About UV Lamps And Skin Cancer

What You Need To Know About UV Lamps And Skin Cancer July 1, 2016 | By Amy Marturana If You Get Gel Manicures, This Is What You Need To Know About UV Lamps And Skin Cancer Gel is hands-down the most efficient mani method, but the risks that come along have flown under...

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Gel manicures The good, the bad and the UV

Gel manicures The good, the bad and the UV

Gel manicures The good, the bad and the UV   Schaumburg, Ill. (Feb. 2, 2016) — Overview The past decade has seen a surge in the popularity of gel manicures, which are valued for their appearance and durability. There are some risks associated with these...

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Skin Care Advice to Reverse Unsightly UV Damage

Skin Care Advice to Reverse Unsightly UV Damage

Skin Care Advice to Reverse Unsightly UV Damage (NewsUSA) – Women know that they should protect their skin from sun damage. They slather on sunscreen or, at the very least, a facial moisturizer with SPF protection daily. But how many think about repairing the damage...

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Why Do You Need ManiGlovz? It’s important to block your skin from harmful UV and LED rays, and we often overlook our hands.

The Skin Cancer Foundation, Brides Magazine, Healthline, Byrdie

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