Gel Polish - UV Nail Polish - FAQ and Directions for Use

Gel Polish UV Polix is thin and easy to apply like nail polish but as durable as a UV Gel.

Polish and Go!

You can apply Flux UV Polix to unprepared nails just like conventional nail polish, cure for 2 minutes under a UV or LED light source and then remove the dispersion film. The finished nail will last for approximately 3 to 4 weeks. For a deeper shine seal with a clear nail polish or we recommend our Flux UV Polix Base & Top sealer. Compared to conventional nail polish UV Polix Gel Polish has a quick drying time and is substantially more scratch and impact resistant than nail polish. Gel Polish will not start to dry as you apply it like nail polish, making it easier to achieve a smooth flat finish. In order to avoid colour retention from the natural nail, we recommend you use Flux UV Polix Base & Top as a base coat.

To increase the durability of the finished nail you can:

  • 1. Remove any fat or grease from the nail with a fine buffer.
  • 2. Apply a layer of Flux Super Bond and allow to dry briefly.
  • 3. Apply a basecoat layer of Flux UV Polix Base & Top and cure for 2 minutes under a UV or LED light source.
  • 4. Now apply a thin layer of Flux UV Gel Polish and cure for 2 minutes under a UV or LED light source.
  • 5. Apply a second layer of Flux UV Polix Base & Top as a top coat / sealer.
  • 6. Remove the dispersion film.

Make sure you apply Flux UV Polix thinly, if the Gel Polish layer is too thick the polish will not cure properly and may create an uneven finish. Apply two thin cured layers rather than one thick layer.

Removal Instructions

Please note that the time required to remove our Flux Polix will increase with the number of layers applied. If you have applied Flux Polix over a Gel or Acryl modeling then the fastest way to remove the product is simply by filing.

Please follow the following steps for the quickest way to remove the product from natural nails.

  • 1. Roughen the surface with a thin nail buffer to increase the working surface for the Remover.
  • 2. Soak the nail for approximately 4 or 5 minutes in nail polish remover.
  • 3. Remove the dissolved layer with a soft buffer instead of a cotton pad.
  • 4. Soak the nail once more in remover for 4 or 5 minutes.
  • 5. Remove the dissolved layer again carefully with a soft buffer.
  • 6. Repeat these steps until the product is completely removed from the nail.