This SGS Tested Nail Monomer is more than 99.7% TRUE EMA
Why is it important to know if your monomer is really EMA (Ethyl Methacrylate) or MMA (Methyl Methacrylate)? It is because the FDA prohibits the use of MMA in nail products, as well as Canada and New Zealand. Find out why.
While some monomer claims to be EMA, now purity matters.
Top Rated Amazon Gifts for Her for 2022
Valentine's Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Christmas, Just Because, and any other holidays are always the perfect time to treat that special girl in your life. There is never a wrong time to find something that you know she will love. Here are some perfect gifts to treat her with in 2022.
4 Simple Tricks to Minimize the Strong Smell of an Acrylic Nail Monomer
When you walk into a nail salon or work with nails in your own home, whether a big or small space, there is an adherent smell in the air with monomer, espcially if it is a TRUE EMA, MMA FREE Monomer, such as IntiMD's Glamourshield. Unfortunately, there is NO WAY to escape the strong chemical smell. It all comes down to Thioacetone (also known as one of the world's smelliest chemicals), an organosulfur compound found within liquid monomer.
4 Reasons Why MMA Should NOT be Used for Acrylics and How You Can Spot the Difference l with VIDEO
Here are the 4 reasons why MMA (Methyl Methacrylate)should never be used for your nail acrylics and how you can spot the difference. Videos included as well.
How Do You Know if a Monomer Contains EMA and Not MMA? Warning SignsThe warning signs to keep an eye out for if your nail salon or product for acrylics is MMA free and contains EMA.
Why is MMA Suitable for Use in Nail Powder (Polymer) but NOT Nail Liquid (Monomer)?These are the main reasons why MMA is not recommended for use on nails when it comes to liquid monomers, and how MMA polymers are created to make PMMA and making it safe.
MMA VS EMA for Acrylic Nails. How to Spot the Difference?
You may have received or done your own acrylic nails for some time now, and now you’re hearing rumors of EMA and MMA and not sure what to believe. We’re here to let you know the difference between the two and what you should look out for when it comes to acrylic nails.