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Creative Brisa not 'acrylic'?

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SthrnComfort

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Hello All,
I use Creative,,,and a Creative Educator told me that Brisa Gel is the only gel around that is NOT acylic!

What are you views/knowledge on this?
 

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If my memory serves BRiSA is the closest to l&p that a gel can get, so what the educator said doesn't make any sense to me.????:suprised:

Edit: from the Brisa product profile.
Why you need it...............
Hypoallergenic - a non-acrylate, gluteradehyde and formaldehyde free formula............


Featured ingrediants and benefits:
Urethane Methacrylate Oligomers:
Made from partially polymerised nail enhancement monomers to create an oligomer.

Methacrylate Monomers:
Part of the 'acrylic ' family. Chemical cousins to cyanoacrylate monomers(nail glues and wrap resins) and Urethane acrylate monomers and oligomers(most UV gels)...........
 

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