36 Watt UV Lamp for Nails with Slide Tray by Salon Edge

$ 24.99

In stock

Product ID: WEB-MAN-UV2009-WHT

Quick Overview:

36W UV Manicure Lamp With Removable Tray UV Lamp For Curing UV Nail Gels and Acrylics 36 Watt Professional UV curi...

36W UV Manicure Lamp With Removable Tray

UV Lamp For Curing UV Nail Gels and Acrylics

36 Watt Professional UV curing lamp for fast acrylic Gel drying. Timer settings for this lamp include a 120 second timer as well as an infinite ON setting, where it will stay on as long it is plugged in, or until the switch is moved to the off position. Excellent professional quality for the shop and light enough to take along with you. This unit uses 4 powerful UV bulbs and features a built in timer. Also, with its slide out compartment tray it makes cleaning up much faster and easier!

  • Effectively and quickly cured all UV and gel based products.
  • Reflective inside lining to ensure proper uniform drying.
  • Fast curing of UV gels one hand at a time.
  • Built in timer with 2 minute setting for perfect time management.
  • Includes 4 bulbs to uniformly cure/dry from top and sides.
  • Easy access panel on bottom to easily change bulbs.
  • Simple fuse replacement compartment with single turn access.
  • Tray Dimensions: 5.5" (Length) x 5. 9" (Width)

FAQ

Question: Do UV Nail lamps cause cancer? Are UV nail lamps Safe?

Answer: UV Nail lamps emit similar UVA rays as the sun. It is unlikely that moderate use should pose any long term health risks. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, "even the most intense [UV lamps] presents only a moderate risk." (The Skin Cancer Foundation's Official Position on UV Light and Manicure Safety) It is always wise to be safe, however, and the Skin Cancer Foundation recommends using a broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen on your skin when using the device. You may also wear gloves specifically designed for use during gel-based manicures like these Salon Edge UV Protective Gloves.

Question: What is the difference between UV lamps and LED lamps?

Both UV lamps and LED lamps can cure gel nail polishes. UV lamps typically require more time to cure the nail polish, but are much cheaper than comparable LED nail lamps which can cost up to 5 times more money.