March 3, 2009
Naturally Clean by Essie is a complete nail care system that cleanses hands and nails while restoring hydration.
CND’s Almond Illuminating Masque is a silky hand masque that deeply conditions and refines the skin.
February 25, 2009
Nordic Care’s Herbal Soak lets feet take a temporary vacation from the hard work they do and at the same time cleanses, exfoliates, and hydrates.
Connie Weissling’s new company, SpaFinity, introduced a line of pipeless pedicure chairs in November.
February 19, 2009
Tweezerman has new Take Apart Nippers that can be separated for detailed cleaning.
February 10, 2009
SpaRitual’s Well-Connected Massage Cream helps calm the mind and soothe the skin.
Backscratchers’ Heavenly Soles Foot File is a specialized file that rests comfortably in your hand.
February 1, 2009
These professional kits for nail technicians contain two of the same Poshé lacquer in two sizes.
January 1, 2009
Tweezerman’s “Go Green” Mini Slant Tweezer is a smaller version of Tweezerman’s standard Slant Tweezer, making it ideal for convenient carrying in make-up bags and for traveling.
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.
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.
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.
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