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Blooming Gel

US $20.00

Drop any colour onto this product and watch it bloom! The easiest way to explore your creativity and experiment with nail art. When uncured, this clear, honey-textured gel enables any drop of colour added on top to spread out - in other words, bloom.


Acrylates Copolymer, Glycol Dimethacrylate, Trimethylbenzoyl Diphenylphosphine Oxide, Dimethicone.

Best used with

To lay the pigment in the Blooming Gel layer, we recommend using the Dotting Tool, Round Brush, or the Double Liner Brush, depending on the desired effect.

Dotting ToolDotting Tool
US $12.00

Draw anything you want, with control. The easiest nail art tool to use, we swear. Use the pointed end for teeny-tiny dots and designs and the 1.5 mm ball when you are looking to scale up.

Round BrushRound Brush
US $18.00

The go-to brush for every blossoming nail artist — a must-have for those looking to clean up and level up. This multi-functional brush can be used for everything from cleaning up stray polish to creating nail art. Brush features two secure caps to prevent damage to bristles and allow for easy transport.

Double Liner BrushDouble Liner Brush
US $18.00

The creative possibilities are endless with this double-sided brush. Use the 5 mm side for precise, detailed work and the 20 mm side for long, fluid abstract designs or thin French manicures. Brush features two secure caps to prevent damage to bristles and allow for easy transport.


This isn't a swap for your Base or Top Coat, so don't skip those steps. Remember to add your colours and let them bloom on their own before you cure them with LED light.


Gluten-FreeNon-GMOVeganNot Tested on AnimalsMade in U.S.A.

About Gelcare

We're the brand that allows you to become your own nail artist. Redefining the industry with at-home use, we put education first and provide innovative colours comprised of best-in-class formulas.

Our mission is to elevate the at-home experiences, focusing on providing beauty lovers with a refined approach to nail care. Through Gelcare, our goal is to pass along our nail expertise to you.


How to Blooming Gel. The go-to for creating abstract designs.

2.  Apply the base colour

Apply a thin coat of Base Coat and 2-3 coats of the colour of your choice. We recommend applying one coat of Nude BB Cream or Rose BB Cream as a base for a more natural look. Cure for 60 seconds between each layer of gel.

3.  Apply the Blooming Gel

Apply a thin layer of Blooming Gel without curing it.

4.  Lay the colour drops

Lay small drops of colour into the Blooming Gel layer and wait for the pigments to disperse.

5.  Cure your final work

When the desired effect is achieved, cure for 60 seconds.

6.  Apply Top Coat

Apply a thin coat of Top Coat and cure for 3 minutes for optimal shine.


By eliminating the 10 most concerning chemical ingredients traditionally found in gel, we offer you a cleaner nail care experience. Here's what our formula promises to leave out.


A common trigger for reactions in beauty products, emphasizing the need for safer contact with skin.


Often inhaled or absorbed through the skin, toluene can cause skin irritation, light-headedness, and nausea due to its impact on the nervous system.


Their estrogen-mimicking capabilities have sparked a significant discussion on their impact beyond simple preservation.

Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)

A plasticizer with connections to serious concerns, pushing us to find safer alternatives.


Known for its use in preservation, this chemical can provoke irritation and has been linked to severe concerns due to its carcinogenic properties.

Formaldehyde Resin

Less toxic than its predecessor but not without its own risks, including potential allergenic effects.


Acts as a barrier on nails, blocking essential nutrients and leading to discoloration.


A known irritant to skin, eyes, and lungs, with potential for systemic toxicity.

Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP)

Used to enhance flexibility in plastics, its potential as an endocrine disruptor has raised flags about its broader implications.

Ethyl Tosylamide

A fast-drying plasticizer, restricted in Europe due to concerns over antibiotic resistance.