UV nail gels use UV rays to cure the gel during the application. Advanced fashion technology drives the UV nail gel market.
Portland, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/21/2017 -- UV Nail Gels are the artificial extensions worn on fingertips as an alternative to acrylics. They use UV rays to cure the gel during the application. UV gel contains certain chemicals known as photoinitiators that bond the other molecules present within the gel to add stiffness. The gel is preferred by the customers as it looks more natural compared to acrylic.
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Growth of nail care industry and advanced fashion technology drives the UV nail gel market. The affordability and durability coupled with high growth of U.S. nail care industry also fuel market growth. However, use of acetone during removal of nail gel and exposure to UV hinder the growth of the market globally.
The report segments the UV nail gel market on the basis of chemistry and geography. Based on chemistry, the market is segmented into methylacrylate and acrylate. Methylacrylate holds the largest share in terms of value in the year 2015. Geographic breakdown and deep analysis of each of the aforesaid segments is included for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. North America is the expected to be the largest market in terms of value followed by Europe during the forecast period.
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Comprehensive competitive analysis and profiles of major market players such as Creative Nail Design Inc., Keystone Research and Pharmaceuticals Inc., OPI Products Inc., Chemence Limited, Armbruster Associates Inc., Alessandro International, Light Elegance, LW Nail Art Co. Ltd., Sheba Nail International, Crystal Nails, Shany Cosmetics Inc., and UV-Nails is also provided in this report.