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Q: Have you ever had adverse reactions to nail treatments here?

I got a manicure the other day and after I removed the nail varnish I noticed that my nails were covered in white spots (not the natural kind). This never happened to me before and I suspect that they used some sort of highly toxic nail varnish.

7 years 16 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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  Mm-hmm, girlfriend, I know, i've been there, i've had the exact same thing an' I said, "Uh-uh. Oh no you ditn't! You better fix my babies 'fore I do sumthin' crazy up in here." But tha's nothin' next to what happen when I had my bikini-line waxed in Beijing. Came up in purple blotches all over, yes sir. My sumpin' sumpin' looked like a Dr Seuss bearded clam, baby, my Lord, yes it did.

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It sounds like nail products, like the hair products used here, are quite extreme. Some of the **** that was put on my hair here caused a hair-dresser back home to almost faint with what it had done.

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