Salon Systems Gellux Gel LED PRO LAMP
30 second cure for Gellux gel polish
Removable base featured for feet and thumbs
Convenient auto timer with 30, 60 and 90 seconds settings
Bulb life of 20,000 hours
Cure your clients Gellux gel manicure to perfection with the Gellux LED pro lamp. This 13W LED lamp offers ultimate practicality and optimum curing with the convenient auto timer offering 30, 60 and 90 seconds settings. This lamp is ideal for busy technicians as it has a bulb life of approximately 20,000 hours with an extremely low running cost.
Hygiene is also easily maintained due to the removable raised base ensuring an easy clean. Additionally, the raised base ensures effortless use for feet and thumbs to add to your clients treatment experience.
The Gellux LED pro lamp is ideal for beginners and also fidgety clients as the fast curing ensures less risk of shrinkage, flooding or knocks.
Gellux is a hybrid between traditional nail polish and salon gels. It's applied like a polish but with a hard wearing chip, scratch and fade proof finish that lasts for 15 days. Choose from a huge range of colours, we also stock the LED lamp and base/top coat.
Can Gellux be used on natural nails?
Yes, Gellux is perfect for natural nails, on fingers or toes for instant, long lasting vibrant colour.
What is the difference between Gellux and an ordinary nail polish?
Gellux polish dries instantly. No waiting for polish to dry means no accidental smudges and a long lasting glossy finish.
How long does Gellux polish last?
Gellux is a hybrid between traditional nail polish and salon gels. It is applied like a polish but with a hard wearing chip, scratch and fade proof finish that lasts for 15 days.
Will Gellux damage the natural nails?
Gellux causes no more harm to the natural nail than a traditional nail polish and can even help to protect the natural nail from bumps and breaks.
Can Gellux be used over the nail extensions?
Yes, Gellux can be applied over any nail extension system.
Is a special lamp required?
Gellux can be cured with either UV in 2 minutes or LED in just 30 seconds!
How is Gellux polish removed?
First remove the clear top coat from the nails by buffing gently with a 180 file. It is important that this top layer of clear gel is completely removed. Take care not to buff down to the natural nail.
Next use 'Gellux Remover' on nail size pieces of lint or cotton wool. Secure the lint in place on each nail with aluminium foil.
Leave the foil parcels in place and remove after 15 minutes.
The gel should now be 'crumbly.' Use a cuticle stick or cuticle handy to ease away the gel.
Buff with a sanding sponge if small amounts remain.
Wash hands and unless reapplying Gels, use your preferred treatment to restore moisture to the nails and cuticles.