April 1, 1993
Nails don’t talk, hut they do reveal a lot about: a persons lifestyle and grooming habits. And, if you know what to look for, they also reveal signs of poor health.
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March 1, 1993
When a client exhibits redness, small blisters, swelling, separation of the nail plate from the nail bed, or tenderness of the nail bed and nail folds, this usually indicates contact dermatitis, a skin allergy to a product or ingredient.
Keywords: contact dermatitis
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.
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January 1, 1992
It’s not uncommon to see clients with nail deformities characterized by ridges on the nail plate. Called habit tic, it is a benign habit that often relieves a person’s anxiety.
Keywords: habit tic
December 1, 1991
Information about mild or serious infections will help you understand the importance of your own hygiene as well as increase your appreciation of the complexity of the nail area and make you aware of when a patient needs medical care.
Keywords: nail infections
September 1, 1991
Nail technicians may perpetuate the myth of diet-caused nail problems by encouraging clients with these complaints to take vitamin supplements to strengthen their nails. But nutrition is a much overrated factor in the nails’ condition.
September 1, 1986