Rubber Base Gel 15ml, Abstract | 261471
€ 15,95 (BTW excl.)
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Abstract® Rubber Base Gel is a non-soak-off, transparent, flexible base gel that incorporates primer. It is a 2-in-1 product with a medium viscosity.
Rubber Base Gel was specifically developed to be used as a base gel in a gel polish environment. Its main functions are:
- Protect the natural nail.
- Ensure superior adhesion between the natural nail and gel polish.
- Preventing pigments of gel polish from migrating into the natural nail.
- Prevent discoloration of the natural nail.
Rubber Base Gel is also the go-to SOS product in a hard gel and acrylic gel environment when you are dealing with oversaturated natural nail plates resulting in general adhesion problems and where the standard Abstract® Procedure is no longer sufficient.
In case you are using Rubber Base Gel, it is UNNECESSARY to apply Perfect Bond (bonder) or Maxi Prime (primer) after the Abstract® Prep Procedure.
Rubber Base Gel is a base gel that is thinly applied and massaged in on the natural nails and/or tips. It is NOT SUPPOSED to build with or to create an apex.
Easy to use for both beginners and advanced users.
Abstract® Rubber Base Gel is Vegan & Cruelty Free.
- Acidic / Acid-free base? Acidic Base.
- Soakable? No.
- Viscosity? Medium.
- Adhesion? Superior adhesion.
- Flexibility? Highly flexible.
- Suitable for building? No.
- Curing times? LED: 60s – UV: 120s.
If you want to work extremely tight with a Gel Polish, we recommend that after the Rubber Base Gel has cured, to remove the adhesive layer from the surface and free edge with a dry sponge before applying the color.
If you wish to make a nail extension with tips in a hard gel or acrylic environment and use Rubber Base Gel instead of Perfect Bond or Maxi Prime, it is necessary to roughen the surface of the tips with a 180 grit file and make the surface completely dust-free before applying Rubber Base Gel.
Keep in mind that when you use Rubber Base Gel as your base gel, you cannot simply switch to the standard Abstract® procedure without observing the switch step plan.
If a client wishes to have her artificial nails completely removed, we recommend removing 95% of the artificial nails, performing a manicure and applying a protective layer of Rubber Base Gel and Matt Velvet to the natural nail.
If you want to apply another brand of Gel Polish than Abstract® Brush N’ Color (read: Hybrid Gel Polish), make sure you have reduced the adhesive layer of the Rubber Base Gel to a minimum to prevent discoloration of the other brand of Gel Polish.
Rubber Base Gel is not suitable to be applied on top of a Hybrid Gel Polish (read: other brand than Abstract®).
Rubber Base Gel cannot be soaked off and must be removed by filing or milling.