• Nail Lamps
  • Nail Drills
  • Gel Polishes

1. What's the differences between UV and LED nail lamps?

We generally offer four types nail dryers: fan, UV, LED and dual-band Mixed LED/UV.

•   Fans are used for regular gel polish.

•   UV lamps emit 350-380nm wavelength light to cure UV gel polishes with 350-380nm photo initiators.

•   LED lamps emit 380-410nm wavelength to cure LED gel polishes with 380-410nm photo initiators.

•   Dual-band mixed LED/UV lamps emit 350-410nm wavelength light to cure both UV and LED gel polishes.

If you use an LED lamp to cure UV gel polish, for example, the curing time will be significantly longer —or the gel might not even cure at all.

We always recommend that you check your current or intended gel polish’s specifications and requirements before purchasing a nail lamp.

1. Does the MelodySusie nail drill include bits and attachments?

Yes! It comes with a total of six bits and six sanding bands.

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1. What's the differences between UV and LED nail lamps?

We generally offer four types nail dryers: fan, UV, LED and dual-band Mixed LED/UV.

•   Fans are used for regular gel polish.

•   UV lamps emit 350-380nm wavelength light to cure UV gel polishes with 350-380nm photo initiators.

•   LED lamps emit 380-410nm wavelength to cure LED gel polishes with 380-410nm photo initiators.

•   Dual-band mixed LED/UV lamps emit 350-410nm wavelength light to cure both UV and LED gel polishes.

If you use an LED lamp to cure UV gel polish, for example, the curing time will be significantly longer —or the gel might not even cure at all.

We always recommend that you check your current or intended gel polish’s specifications and requirements before purchasing a nail lamp.

2. Can I use a nail lamp to dry regular nail polish?

No, UV or LED lamp is to cure UV or LED activated polishes. They have no effect on other types of nail polishes.

3. Is it true that some nail lamps won’t cure?

While manufacturing defects do happen (and in MelodySusie’s case are covered by a generous warranty), user error is the most common cause of problems. Every gel polish has its own curing time and specifications. It’s crucial that users thoroughly review the specifications of their gel polish and nail lamp before purchase/use.

4. Can UV/LED lamps harm the skin on my hands?

UV exposure time is very short for nail drying (you’ll get more UV exposure on your face while driving), and LED exposure is even safer. If you want to be extra-safe, you can choose to wear a pair

of UV protection gloves while curing.