PolyGel by Gelish: The lowdown

By Helena Biggs | 16 March 2017 | Feature, News, Products & Treatments, Training


Its piqued the interest of techs across the globe with its odourless property and ease of use, so discover what properties PolyGel by Gelish holds with our handy summary.

The system features core product, PolyGel, which comes in a tube-shaped container, a bottled solution called Slip and a dual ended-tool featuring brush and slicer. And the method? Squeeze from the tube, slice the ball of product off, roll onto the nail – and then shape with Slip for a speedy, easy enhancement service.


  • Can be used to sculpt, for a tip & overlay, or a natural nail overlay
  • Not self-levelling, allowing for total control by the pro
  • Doesn’t harden until cured
  • Cure time is 30 seconds (LED) and two minutes (UV)
  • Available in a 2oz tube
  • Doesn’t cause heat spikes
  • Doesn’t feature a tacky layer after curing
  • Available in six natural-looking shades


  • Used to shape PolyGel
  • Contains no active incredients. It is not an acrylic monomer.
  • Available in two sizes; 4oz and 8oz
  • Doesn’t add liquid to PolyGel – is simply used to manouvre the product.
  • Has a light, pleasant fragrance

Read more about PolyGel in the April edition of Scratch, and to find out more about training, email info@nailharmonyuk.com