October 1, 2008
Star Nail Offers Biodegradable Pedicure Slipper
This new strengthener from Nail Tek offers a formaldehyde-free alternative.
September 1, 2008
Poshé’s Potion of Youth is suitable for people of all ages who are looking to either maintain youthful-looking skin or repair untimely skin damage.
Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with these great for retail or salon use tweezers.
The kit is odor-free and enables techs to do natural nail services, overlays with T3 fiber gel, gel-and-powder services, and liquid-and-powder services.
Made with 70% organic vegan ingredients and ginger oil, this new addition to SpaRitual’s Chakra Care System energizes your client’s root chakra.
Lauded by environmentalist Ed Begley, Jr., the eco-friendly cleaning products from Bayes Premium Cleaners are non-toxic and biodegradable.
For women on the go, the Mind. Body. Spirit. Organic Travel Set features four new 83% USDA-certified Organic Moisturizing Lotions in easy-to-carry 1.7 fl oz. mini-bottles.
Made from real Tiger Clam shells, these massage-enhancers stay warm longer than stones.
August 1, 2008
The Alen A375UV Air Purifier contains two UV lamps, a titanium dioxide filter, dust/odor sensors, remote control, and increased activated carbon for improved odor removal.
Why hunch over to reach your pedicure client’s foot when you can bring the foot up to meet you at a comfortable height?
For beauty professionals, therapists, and enthusiasts who want to learn more about the complexities of essential oil aromatherapy and how to use its healing potential, Milady’s newest publication offers good insight.
Three organic lotions to balance your sacral chakra
Nailtural is an eco-friendly line that uses organic ingredients.
Made with certified organic sugar and French lavendar, Open-Minded Organic Sugar Scrub sweetly gently exfoliates.
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