August 1, 2005
Cutting toenails improperly and wearing ill-fitting shoes may be invitations for an ingrown toenail, but there are other causes nail techs should also know about.
October 1, 2004
I have lost several clients who work in the medical field because they are no longer allowed to wear acrylic nails. What can you tell me about acrylic versus natural nails in terms of spreading bacteria?
June 1, 2004
Our feet — along with our activities— change as we mature. From hereditary problems to injuries, our feet often take a pounding the older we get. Help your clients take care of their feet throughout their lifetime to ensure good foot health into old age.
December 1, 2002
Wearing tight, closed-toed shoes is an invitation for ingrown toenails. Soreness, irritation, and pain are just a few symptoms clients live with. Here we give you tried-and-true solutions to ease client discomfort.
January 1, 2000
With Dr. Rich and Dr. Bronow.
July 1, 1999
There are no tricks in these delightful treats for feet, and the only thing to smell will be the heady scents of aromatherapy oils and lotions that finish off the service.
March 1, 1997
"My client’s big toenail’s side walls curve so much that they nearly meet. The middle section of the nail is sore because both ends are pinching the skin. What can I do to relieve this pressure?"
June 1, 1992
Ingrown nails are most common on the big toes because people wear tight shoes that press on the skin around the big toe, jamming it into the side of the nail.
Wash-ful Thinking8 photos
2016 Nail Tech Event of the Smokies23 photos
Eucalyptus is a native Australian tree with aromatic leaves that yield an oil that can be used medicinally.
What are reasonable terms for a non-compete contract?
How do I announce to my clients that I will be moving to a new salon?
The new products I’m using are adding time to each appointment. How do I adjust my schedule?
Why isn’t my Gelish application curing properly?
What’s the cause of the pinkish-red oval area on the pad of my client’s toes?
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