Salon Edge 36W Professional UV Lamp

$ 24.99

In stock

Product ID: WEB-MAN-UV2009-WHT

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Salon Edge 36W Professional UV Lamp Salon Edge puts the power of the salon into your hands. Designed and built for professionals, Salon Edg...

Product Description

Salon Edge 36W Professional UV Lamp

Salon Edge puts the power of the salon into your hands. Designed and built for professionals, Salon Edge's Professional UV Nail Lamp is great for quickly drying acrylic or natural nails with any gel polish. It comes with a built-in 120 second timer with the optional ability to stay on continuously until turned off or unplugged.

Great quality and sleek design makes it wonderful for use at home or within your salon or spa, while remaining light enough to take with you if the need to travel arises. Storage is a snap- light-weight and small enough to keep in closet or drawer.

Utilizes four (4) powerful 9-watt UV bulbs to provide even curing from the top and sides for your nails. Reflective lining increases ability to evenly cure from all angles. Design is optimized to include a slide-out compartment tray which allows for easy cleaning, bulb replacement and placement of hand or foot to avoid marring wet polish.

Get the professional grade look with your gel bases for your nail-art creations, wherever you work!

  • Quick and effective curing of all UV and gel-based products.
  • Built in timer with 120 second setting or optional indefinite setting
  • Comes with 4 bulbs at 9 watts each to provide 36 watts of drying.
  • Slide out tray provides easy access to replace bulbs .
  • Tray Dimensions: 5.5" Length x 5.9" Width
  • Inner Dimensions: 6" Width x 2" Height x 6" Deep

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 our 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.