IBX Treatment to the test!
Updated: Apr 27
Ok, so you have recently had your nail enhancements (SNS/Acrylic/Gel Nails) removed.
If your natural nails have been run through the mill with soaking in bowls of acetone, nail drills that have you sitting on the edge of your set or unfortunately they may have been treated roughly, then you may be experiencing the following.
*Sensitive to heat
*Feeling soft, flexing and extremely dry with white spots
*Splitting with nail layers damaged
Did you know this damage can be repaired with a simple treatment that causes NO PAIN!!!
If this is your nails, then IBX Treatments can HELP!
IBX is used to repair severe nail damage to set the stage for healthy growth. It helps repairs damage from constant use of acetone with removal of SNS, excessive drilling, and general damage which can arise after prolonged use of gels, acrylics, and Nail Polish. It can also be used on clients who have chronic nail damage through illness and help repair those dreaded splits in the nails.
The IBX system creates a protective shield for the natural nails. It also aids in the reduction of white spots and is fantastic as a Natural Nail Growth Treatment. It toughens the upper layers of the nail plate allowing nail growth.
IBX is a formaldehyde-free product which penetrates the upper layers of the nail plate resulting in stronger, flexible nails. After curing under a UV/LED lamp, IBX locks in to form an IPN (Interpenetrating Polymer Network) within the upper layers of the nail. This becomes a permanent addition to the nail plate which encourages natural nail growth and protects nails underneath CND Shellac/gel polish. After an IBX treatment, Nail Polish or CND Shellac/gel polish can be applied, as this will help to keep polish on longer.