October 1, 1997
There are just about as many myths circulating about nail care as there are Elvis’ whereabouts. As a nail technician you have a responsibility to your clients to know what constitutes good nail care practice … and what is just plain hogwash.
Keywords: CND fungus nail diseases polish
August 1, 1997
Rebecca Byrne of At Your Fingertips in San Mateo. Calif., noticed that many of her clients’ hands and cuticles had become unusually rough and dry over the past winter.
February 1, 1997
The Food and Drug Administration has re-affirmed its stand against the use of methyl methacrylate (MMA) in nail products. All nail technicians should not hesitate to report MMA usage to the proper authorities.
April 1, 1996
NAILS offers common questions and answers that you can share directly with your clients.
Keywords: educating clients
December 1, 1995
Some nail products are truly hypoallergenic, but don’t consider the term a guarantee against allergic reactions. Pay as much attention to client reactions as you do to product labels.
Keywords: allergic reactions
June 1, 1994
Although a recently published study reports that female cosmetologists who work full-time and regularly use chemicals face up to twice the risk of miscarriage as other women, researcher Esther John, Ph.D., cautions nail technicians not to take the information out of context.
Keywords: working while pregnant
June 1, 1993
Although structurally small, the cuticle plays an important role in maintaining the integrity and function of the nail and its surrounding tissues.
Keywords: cuticle treatments cuticles fungal infections health
February 1, 1993
Does red, rough skin, small blisters, and separated nails sound familiar? What you may be calling a fungal infection could be an allergy to nail products.
Keywords: allergic contact dermatitis contact dermatitis working with doctors
October 1, 1986
Keywords: OPI products