Nail can damage the nail body and nail bed, resulting in nail damage, and even the separation of the nail and the underlying nail bed skin, a dissection of a disease, resulting in a nail bed (the part of the nail and meat connected) shorter, not worth the candle.
In fact, nails are proteins. Proteins degenerate or even become necrotic after encountering harmful organic substances. It may not be visible in the short term, but if the nail polish is applied for a long time, the surface of the nail will surely become uneven and rough. Therefore, nail polish is still somewhat corrosive to the nails.
There is a chemical called phthalate ester in the nail polish, and its content is very high. It mainly plays a softening role. This substance can enter the body through the respiratory system and skin. If it is used excessively, it will increase the risk of breast cancer in women.
Nail polishes commonly contain a substance called "phthalate ester," which can cause fetal malformations and miscarriages. Phthalates are colorless, odorless, oily liquids with good volatility that make nail polishes more uniform and durable. It can enter the body through the skin, respiratory tract and digestive tract, accumulate in fat tissue and is not easily excreted. If the residual concentration of this substance in the human body is high, it will harm the liver, kidney, cardiovascular and reproductive systems and affect the human endocrine function. The long-term use of nail and nail polish by pregnant women may affect the development of the male reproductive organs.
However, everyone who loves beauty can wear a mask to avoid inhaling toxic substances when doing nail art. Nail tools are regularly disinfected and nail polish is periodically washed away because the nails also need to breathe. This can also avoid the above problems. occur.