OPI Bond Aid pH Balancing Agent

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OPI Bond Aid pH Balancing Agent
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What is this product?
Revolutionary, pH balancing agent maximizes bonding of all artificial nail enhancements, even nail lacquer, by adjusting the pH of the natural nail plate.

More info:
Maximizes adhesion of acrylics, tips, wraps, glue and polish.

Ethyl Acetate, Water, Ammonium Hydroxide
After pushing cuticles and cleaning nail plates, apply one coat of Bond-Aid to each nail and allow to dry. Proceed with application of Bondex, acrylics, wraps, tips, adhesives or base coat for a longer lasting bond!
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100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
By Marcie
Magnolia, Texas
January 9, 2017
Love it
I have an issue with one nail that splits and half does not grow correctly. A couple of years ago my manicurist said she could fill my nail with powder and use the OPI bondaid so secure the bond between my nail and the powder. Then when you paint them you could not tell there was a problem. Loved what that did for my manicure. She moved back to her home country so I had to find a new manicurist. Found one that would do the same thing except she uses a different bond aid. The first time I had it done after a month I had old growth under the powder on my nail. I quit getting it filled and cleared up the algae. The next time I had it done, the same thing happened. The only difference between the two manicurist was the OPI bondaid. So I purchased my own bottle and have my manicurist use it before she applies the powder and have not had algae growth at all. OPI bonaid does a much better job of securing the bond between real nails and powder. Will never use anything else.
Prosworks better than other products, no algae growth
Conshard to find and a bit expensive. I tried five shops before I found it here
By Kat
,
April 22, 2014
Must have
This is a definite must have for all your nail gurus out there. Definitely would recommend.
By Kelly
Cary, NC
September 25, 2013
Should always be your first step
FABULOUS. It smells strong but swipe on nails prior to beginning manicure and it does a great job of removing residue on nails. Better than just using acetone, in my opinion. Makes polish adhere to nails. I can go 2 weeks on a manicure on natural nails with this. I think this is the salon version of Chip Skip, the consumer version. I like this one better.
9 Questions & 8 Answers
Susan
from Reading PA asked:
July 8, 2014
I always seem to develop an irritation from this product . My nail bed and cuticle around my thumb turn red, itchy, swollen and tender to the touch. Is it common to have this kind of reaction?
I have the same reaction. Did you ever get an answer?
Jodie
on December 16, 2015
from Utah

Sandra German-Dennis
from Gary, IN. asked:
September 12, 2013
What is the name of the liquid that's used to mix acrylic powder with to make the acrylic perform?
A monomer liquid
MAIIA
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Riat Merino-Wenz
from LOng Island, New York asked:
March 4, 2013
What are the ingredients in OPI Bond Aid for nails?????
A monomer liquid
MAIIA
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Riat Merino-Wenz
from LOng Island, New York asked:
March 4, 2013
What are the ingredients in OPI Bond Aid for nails?????
Ethyl Acetate, Water, Ammonium Hydroxide
MAIIA
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Linda Seely
from Hmapton, va asked:
December 1, 2012
DO YOU USE IT BEFORE YOUR NAILS AND DOES THE POLISH COME OFF EASILY WHEN YOU TAKE IT OFF WITH A NAIL POLISH REMOVER.
You use this after NSS and before the base coat for gel nails. It doesn't make the gel polish any harder to get off. The secret to getting gel color off is to use a file to rough up the surface. I usually file the polish until the top coat is matte. Then I use foil wraps for 10-15 minutes. The OPI Lacquer Remover seems to work the best for a remover.
Mona
on December 1, 2012
from Carlsbad, CA
Yes, you use it before applying any basecoat or polish. Polish comes off with regular & acetone remover.
Mimi
on December 2, 2012
from Charlotte, NC

Linda Seely
from Hmapton, va asked:
December 1, 2012
DO YOU USE IT BEFORE YOUR NAILS AND DOES THE POLISH COME OFF EASILY WHEN YOU TAKE IT OFF WITH A NAIL POLISH REMOVER.
After pushing cuticles and cleaning nail plates, apply one coat of Bond-Aid to each nail and allow to dry. Proceed with application of Bondex, acrylics, wraps, tips, adhesives or base coat for a longer lasting bond
MAIIA
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

judith neff
from fl asked:
September 18, 2012
OPI Bond Aid ph Balancing Agent
After pushing cuticles and cleaning nail plates, apply one coat of Bond-Aid to each nail and allow to dry. Proceed with application of Bondex, acrylics, wraps, tips, adhesives or base coat for a longer lasting bond
MAIIA
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

judith neff
from fl asked:
September 17, 2012
I am looking for Bondex an acidless primer
Here is not Bondex acid primer, you can buy another OPI primer
MAIIA
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Candice
from Sydney, Australia asked:
May 29, 2012
What ingredients make up Bond Aid?
Ethyl Acetate, Water, Ammonium Hydroxide
Maiia
on June 18, 2014
from San Jose, CA

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