October 26, 2011
Kupa Incorporated offers the nail technician an ultrasonic vibrating machine that is the latest trend in salon disinfection.
Alfalfa Nail Supply’s Botanical Escapes Renewing Rose line of skin care products will hydrate parched skin while leaving a fresh scent of rose.
Whether you use them in the salon or retail them, clients will enjoy the more than 30 scents of The Soi Company’s eco-friendly, hand-poured soy candles.
October 14, 2011
Developed by Julep Nail Parlor, a Seattle-based nail salon chain, Julep Nail Vernis is a professional-quality line of runway-inspired nail colors and finishes.
September 16, 2011
The Nano Series by Kinetics is made of four expert formulas that provide therapy for every nail type.
This nail strengthening and growth treatment uses a natural mineral complex to reverse nail damage.
Baby Foot Easy Packs are unique callus softening bags that use gel to help remove dead skin cells.
These two unique patented products remove callus with a curved surface to work around the contours of the feet.
Bio Creative has a new line of Mandarin and Mango spa products.
September 9, 2011
As an esthetically pleasing alternative to the boring paper towel, use new Toddy Cloths from Toddy Gear to do a quick clean-up of nail tables or salon reception desks in between clients.
August 23, 2011
Nailtiques’ After Artificial Kit is a therapeutic treatment for nails recovering from acrylics, gels, and wraps.
August 19, 2011
Made with 76% certified organic ingredients, HandPrint is a hydrating, restorative, and preventive treatment that leaves hands soft and protected.
Cuccio Naturalé has a new fragrance for its Cuccio Lytes collection, Lavender & Chamomile.
August 17, 2011
The Nail Love Cuticle and Nail Oil Pen is the newest addition to IT Cosmetics line of beauty products.
July 27, 2011
Butter Babies are non-oily and intense hydration lotions from Cuccio Naturalé.
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