July 22, 2009
OPI’s Papaya Pineapple Manicure and Pedicure products provide everything needed for luxurious and tropically scented services.
Nailite’s Sugar Scrubs exfoliate and hydrate hands and feet and are scented to help fit in with themed services.
Lexor has introduced “Smart” technology into its pedicure spas to help reduce time technicians spend tending to the equipment.
Cuccio Naturalé’s new Fragrance-Free Massage Crème has a non-oily formula that offers a great hydrating treatment to any massage service.
Antoine De Paris’ Combination Tool # 9 Pusher and # 15 Scoop is for both hands and feet and is made of cobalt stainless steel.
July 17, 2009
GeniJet is a specialized pedicure basin jet that uses pipe-free technology to eliminate fungi and bacteria in the basin.
Kinetics’ Kwik Kote is a professional, perfect-flow top coat for fast polish drying.
Nail Labo’s Portable e-file enables techs to work from virtually anywhere.
The Sparkles Nail Products Starter Kit is ideal for the tech starting out with acrylics.
CND’s Marine Mineral Bath is a cleansing, hydrating, and aromatherapeutic low foam foot soak.
Backscratchers’ Sheer Magic Silk Stress Strips work great for weak or thin nails.
July 8, 2009
Give your decor an eco-friendly look and feel with the SpaFinity M800 Organic Pedicure Chair.
July 1, 2009
SpaFinity’s M800 Pedicure Spa is equipped with many extra features in the chair to ensure clients have a great pedicure experience.
Medicool’s TurboFile II has a lightweight hand piece, a 20,000 RPM motor, a variable speed control, and operates quietly with minimal vibration.
The new Style Envy line of nail products introduces its Acrylic Powders and Monomer, along with a Mini Flower Collection for nail art.
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