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IN LANGFORD

Interested in gel nails but worried about the harmful ingredients in most nail products? We offer high-quality, clean gel nails and gel polishes. Whether you are looking for a full new set complete with nail art, a fill or overlay, or just some pretty polish, we’ll take care of your nails.

 

Beautiful Gel Nails

THE HEALTHY WAY

Rather than doing your nail design yourself, skip the mess and let us take care of it! Come to us for your nails and avoid having to touch them up after a few days when your nails inevitably start chipping. We use high-quality gel nail products that are free from harsh ingredients. All our nail services include cuticle clean-up, application of the nails and lotion.

SCULPTURED GEL NAILS

Full Set $120
Fills start at $70

Add Ons:

Pink & White French $10
Nail Art starts at $5
XLong Nails $10
Gel Removal $20
Acrylic Removal $35

GEL POLISH MANICURES

Gel Polish Manicure $60

Structured Manicure $70 

Add Ons:
French $5
Nail Art starts at $5
Polish Removal $7
Repairs $5/nail

Your Nails Deserve

Safe, Healthy

Gel Products

We care about you and keeping your nails healthy, which is why it’s important to us that we use healthy, high-quality gel products for our clients. At Lashstetics Salon, we use en Vogue gel nails. The en Vogue Sculptured Nail Systems were created by experts with experience in the nail industry who sought to develop high-end nails with enhanced performance and safety. En Vogue values green technology, designing nail products that apply healthy organic chemistry. Their gel nails are free from solvents and harmful chemicals.

En Vogue Products

Are ‘9 Free’

What does this mean? En Vogue ensures its products are free from 9 specific ingredients that can harm humans. Using these “9 FREE” products means using the safest and healthiest products for your nails. En Vogue prides itself on the quality and safety of its nails. The following are the nine ingredients we avoid by using en Vogue nails.

Toluene
Toluene is a chemical used as a solvent and smells like paint thinner. Exposure can happen by direct contact or simply breathing it in. Contact with toluene will cause skin irritation, nausea, light-headedness, and headaches. Exposure to high levels of toluene has been found to harm your nervous system.

Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)
DBP is a chemical used as a plasticizer and has been linked to cancer.

Formaldehyde
Formaldehyde is commonly used in the preservation and embalming of dead animals and humans. This chemical emits harmful vapours. These vapours can irritate the eyes, nose, and throat and trigger asthma. Formaldehyde is a known human carcinogen, meaning it is directly linked to causing cancer.

Formaldehyde Resin
Formaldehyde resin is a derivative of formaldehyde and primarily produces coatings and adhesives. While not as toxic as formaldehyde, it is still best to be avoided as it can cause an allergic reaction.

Camphor
The chemical camphor is traditionally used to create a barrier over the top of your nails and is toxic when consumed or inhaled. Using this chemical in nail products means no nutrients can penetrate your nails, causing yellow stains and unhealthy nails.

Xylene
Avoid contact with xylene, as it can irritate the skin, eyes, and respiratory system. Exposure can occur through ingestion or inhalation. It has been found that xylene can increase oxidative stress, impairing the body’s ability to detoxify.

Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP)
It is flame retardant and is also used in plastics to help flexibility. Studies conducted in vitro and on animals concluded that TPHP may be an endocrine disrupter, meaning it can affect your hormones.

Parabens
Parabens are used in nail products for their preservative effects but can mimic estrogen in the body, causing hormonal problems and imbalances.

Ethyl Tosylamide
A chemical used in nail products to quicken the drying process, ethyl tosylamide has already been banned in Europe. This is because it has been found to have antibiotic properties, leading many to wonder if it may increase antibiotic resistance.

FREQUENTLY

ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW LONG WILL MY GEL NAILS LAST?

Your natural nail will continue to grow underneath the gel nail. As the natural nail grows, your gel nail will require fills and re-treatment to maintain the professional look. This interval is typically between 3 and 4 weeks for sculpted or hard gel nails and 2 to 3 weeks for a gel manicure or gel polish.

WHAT CAN I DO AT HOME BETWEEN APPOINTMENTS TO HELP ENSURE MY NAILS LAST?

You can help make your nails last longer and look great between treatments by using cuticle oil twice per day and moisturizing daily.

WHAT SHOULD I NOT DO WITH MY NAILS?

To make your nails last and to protect them, do not use them as tools, do not pick at them and do not bite them.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY NAIL BREAKS OR LIFTS?

Should you have a break or lifting, please get in touch with us to safely repair it.