What’s the Difference Between Monomers?
DeEnterprises manufactures 2 different acrylic monomers, neither of which contain the dangerous and deleterious MMA (methyl methacrylate). Both of these monomers are very similar in the way they are used and for the most part are also similar in formulation.
Nomma Plus is our top selling monomer, and for good reason. This liquid for acrylic nails takes advantage of the advancements in chemical technology over the last 20 years. The formula contains a UV Inhibitor to prevent natural discoloration of the product. During high intensity or prolonged exposure to UV lights, the added UV Inhibitor will break down slowly extending the life of the applied enhancements. A careful blend of methacrylates addresses a balance between maximum hardness and flexibility without neglecting adhesion. Nomma Plus is a primerless liquid, meaning you won’t necessarily have to use primer unless a specific client experiences recurring problems with lifting. It also contains the highest possible amount of the catalyst chemical responsible for the reaction with benzoyl peroxide in acrylic polymers accelerating the curing process.
Traits – Technologically advanced liquid
Color – Dark purple
Fragrance – Watermelon (sweetener)
For all intents and purposes, both Nomma Plus and Nomma Lite are formulated identically except for two key differences: color and smell. By using less dye in the formula, Nomma Lite is a lighter shade of purple. Instead of adding a fragrance to sweeten the smell, Nomma Lite is formulated with a masking agent to better contain the overall potency of the smell.
Traits – Fundamentally and technologically identical to Nomma Plus
Color – Lighter purple
Fragrance – Masking agent (hides chemical smell)
Why the Purple Color?
Many people recently have been looking for a monomer that does not have any dye added and they want it to be a translucent, water-like clear. As you may have noticed, all our acrylic monomers contain a purple dye (except Control Clear). This dye serves two main purposes:
2) Helps hide yellowing. Even if the product endures enough exposure to elements conducive to yellowing, the intent of the purple is to still show the purple color stronger than any yellow discoloration.