June 3, 2016
Psoriasis of the skin is a common issue, but what happens when psoriasis affects the nail? Help your clients get treatment for a condition that could be embarrassing — and painful.
December 2, 2015
Brown spots on the nail can be the first evidence of a larger problem. Help clients recognize when the issue may require a doctor’s attention.
January 30, 2014
Backscratchers’ Herbal Synergy Nail and Cuticle Enhancer naturally enhances and restores discolored, unhealthy, yellow, or cloudy nails back to their beautiful luster.
December 27, 2013
Straight A’s for Our Top Q’s: With topics ranging from private label retail to proper mix ratios, nailsmag.com’s 10 most-viewed questions cover a lot of ground.
December 2, 2013
Onychatrophia is a wasting away of the nails that is generally permanent.
August 1, 1998
Sometimes the best answers to technical questions are from your peers. In this bimonthly column, respected nail veterans from across the country tackle reader questions ranging from the cause of problem lifting to chronic nail pickers to proper paraffin equipment.
September 1, 1993
Determining the cause of a change in nail color can be difficult, but knowing when the change occurred – while the nail plate was being formed or after it developed – is helpful.
August 1, 1993
Green discoloration of the nail plate is the most common change in nail color of the fingernails. Yellow-green, green, and green-black discolorations of the nail plate are caused by pseudomonas bacteria, which can grow in the cleft between the nail plate and nail bed at the base of the nail.
July 1, 1991
It can be very disconcerting for both you and the client to discover one or more green nails on removing her polish.
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