September 1, 2007
Create a personalized experience for your client by adding Backscratchers’ Aromatic Spa Drops to each foot bath. You can also mix your own blends and make sweet-smelling aromas of your own creation – but be cautious not to use more than 10 drops per gallon of water, and no more than 30 drops total in a single bath.
January 1, 2007
Your feet and senses will delight in this tropical refresher rich in coconut and fruit.
April 1, 1997
Add just the right zing to generic beauty products by blending them with essential oils and other natural that are tailored your clients’ unique needs.
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An acid belonging to the alpha hydroxy group of acids (AHA), mainly found in citric fruits, sour milk, and sugar cane; used to slough or...
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