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Traditionally UV nail lamps have been used in salons for years and are extremely reasonably priced compared to LED Lamps. But are they being taken over by LED Lamps? Does it really make which type of nail lamp you use? Nail lamps are classified as

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Traditionally UV nail lamps have been used in salons for years and are extremely reasonably priced compared to LED Lamps. But are they being taken over by LED Lamps? Does it really make which type of nail lamp you use? Nail lamps are classified as either LED or UV, which refers to the type of bulbs inside and the light they emit, but there are several functional differences which differentiate them. 

 

Gel nail polish contains photoinitiators, a chemical that requires direct UV wavelengths to be hardened or cured. This process is photoreaction. Both LED And UV nail lamps emit UV wavelengths and work in the same way. However, UV lamps emit a broader spectrum of wavelengths, while LED lamps produce a narrower, more targeted number of wavelengths.

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Traditionally UV nail lamps have been used in salons for years and are e

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Traditionally UV nail lamps have been used in salons for years and are extremely reasonably priced compared to LED Lamps. But are they being taken over by LED Lamps? Does it really make which type of nail lamp you use? Nail lamps are classified as either LED or UV, which refers to the type of bulbs inside and the light they emit, but there are several functional differences which differentiate them. 

 

Gel nail polish contains photoinitiators, a chemical that requires direct UV wavelengths to be hardened or cured. This process is photoreaction. Both LED And UV nail lamps emit UV wavelengths and work in the same way. However, UV lamps emit a broader spectrum of wavelengths, while LED lamps produce a narrower, more targeted number of wavelengths.

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