June 5, 2015
Invented by a nurse, Happy Feet and Body Formula TX is a two-part system that works to relax, soothe, hydrate, and reduce aches and swelling by improving circulation.
December 29, 2014
Cuccio Naturalé’s Professional Pedicure Hydrating Heel Treatment contains both organic argan and urea, imparting intense hydration for extremely dry skin.
June 27, 2012
New York City-based podiatrist Dr. Krista Archer has launched her own line of ARCH skin products, which use natural ingredients to heal and moisturize dry, cracked feet and protect the nails.
December 28, 2011
LCN’s Urea 10% Foot series offers optimum care for very dry and sensitive skin. Known for its moisture-binding features, urea — or uric acid — is the main ingredient of the product line.
July 21, 2010
Find your soul mate with SpaRitual’s Sole Mate Hydrating Foot Balm. Made with 71% certified organic ingredients, the balm works to deeply repair, soothe, revitalize, and protect dry, tired feet.
April 28, 2009
Shape magazine tells readers how to prepare for a trip to the nail salon, and what to do after.
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A liquid-and-powder acrylic system that requires UV light to cure or harden, rather than simple exposure to air.
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