January 1, 2009
CHI Ceramic Cuticle Oil hydrates and softens dry cuticle areas with the penetrating and rejuvenating powers of jojoba oil, sunflower oil, and sweet almond oil.
Pedi-Sox’s new Luxury Foot Scrub uses Natural Earth Mineral Clay to cleanse, tone, and absorb impurities from the skin, restoring it to its natural condition.
Make nail art fun with PNI Worldwide’s Fimo Fun Shapes.
Soft Touch’s 2 Smooth Callus Remover removes calluses within minutes.
Pamper tired and aching feet with Set-N-Me-Free’s Aloe Foot & Callus Rub.
Princess’ Hologram Heart Collection has eight new tones that are perfect for any occasion.
CND’s a.h.a Sea Scrub from the SpaPedicure Series is an aromatic foot scrub with quartz crystals, natural beach sand, and marine alpha-hydroxy acid for dual exfoliation of rough, dry skin on the soles of the feet.
Essie’s Firstbase Base Coat has special adhesive ingredients to help glue polish onto the nail surface for less chipping and increased wearability.
Maintaining your manicure and pedicure with Cuccio Naturalé’s Cuticle Conditioning Oils is a great way to give a lasting healthy appearance to the nail matrix in between visits to the salon.
Experience Bohemian Rhapsody with ibd’s new color soak-off gel collection.
Color Club’s One & Done, Eco-Conscious and Vegan Mini Collection of nail lacquers provides brilliant color and bright shine.
EZ Nails Colored and Glitter Acrylic Powders offer everything from bright pinks and reds, to deep blues and dark purples.
With Phenomen Oil and Nourish Therapeutic Cuticle Formula, Jessica’s new Damaged Nail System rebuilds nails from the foundation to the surface.
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Energize your mind, body, and spirit with VB Cosmetics’ refreshing line of Abrioné Chakra Masques.
December 1, 2008
A water-based massage system, Medy Jet allows you to provide clients with a relaxing and therapeutic massage experience without adding staff or requiring much room.
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