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IBD Bonder

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Size: .5 oz.
Quantity: One
Sally Item # SBS-527308

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IBD Bonder is a great non-acid primer with a strong grip.

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  • Conveniently shaped bottle
  • Cure time is one minute
  • Lasting bond
  • Odorless

IBD Bonder creates better adhesion of IBD gels. IBD Bonder is odorless and gentler to the natural nail than primer.
After thoroughly prepping nails apply sparingly to all 10 nails. Cure for one minute under UV lamp.
Urethane Avrylate Oligomer, Hydroxpropyl Methacrylate, Neopentyl Glycol Propoxylate (2) Diacrylate, Hydroxycyclohexlphenyl Ketone
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Not what I expected I have been into doing my own gel/gelish nails for several months now...My nails are naturally not strong, they are flimsy, bendy and rip and tear easily....I reserched IBD bonder and asked the sallys associate about it, and she recommended that I use it over a primer....Needless to say, It does nothing to keep my gel on....I have better luck not using anything other than OPI Bond Aid and then doing my gel manicure...The price for this is outrageous!!! And the product is not good quality...at least not for me...It did nothing to help keep my gel on.... September 13, 2012
great product The other so called pro must not be using gels, or doesn't know how. This stuff is gold if you are using IBD gels. January 8, 2011
Exactly what I needed! My nails would lift after 4-5 days using only a primer. I read that I should use a bonder along with a primer and was surprised to find that it actually did the trick. Now my nails last 2-3 weeks without lifting. I am not sure of the price comparison, but it is worth the money I save on not using so much of my other materials redoing my nails each week! November 22, 2010
worthless In order for this product to work you have to use a ridiculously tiny amount and let it cure for at least 3 times as long as the directions indicate. I've had much, much better results with just skipping this product all together. Ordinary acrylic primer does a better job. June 10, 2009
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