February 19, 2014
Clients gather information from a wide range of sources, and it’s likely at some point they’ll want to know the polish you use is “three-free.” Build trust by recognizing — and relieving — their concerns.
May 25, 2012
The term “toxic trio” refers to dibutyl phthalate (DBP), toluene, and formaldehyde.
December 30, 2011
Free of toluene, formaldehyde, and DPBs
February 1, 2011
In October, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ Public Safety Committee passed the Healthy Nail Salon Recognition ordinance at the urging of advocacy groups California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative, Environment California, and Asian Law Caucus.
October 1, 2009
We’ve all heard of them by now. The big three: formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate (aka DBP). But what exactly are these chemicals and why have they been systematically eliminated from cosmetics?
September 1, 1999
The Nail Doctor on allergic reactions to formaldehyde, treating fungal infections, and curing psoriasis.
March 1, 1998
January 1, 1993
September 1, 1992
Can today’s chemically enriched, specially formulated top coats do more than provide a hard, glossy finish?
January 1, 1992
Whatever the season, whatever their mood, there is a polish that will help your clients express it.
Feathered Friends7 photos
Frozen: Icicle Nail Art Ideas20 photos
A stabilized form of formaldehyde that is used in nail hardener products.
Am I losing my touch applying acrylics?
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
Do I need a special permit to do medical pedicures?
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