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Nails and the Oncology Client

September 26, 2017  | Article

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so in honor of all those affected now and in the future, NAILS is reviewing the best ways for nail techs to service clients with cancer. 

Keywords: breast cancer awareness   cancer   nail diseases   skin sensitivity  

Chemist’s Corner: Antifungal Treatments

September 29, 2014  | Article

Is nail fungus contagious? NAILS spoke to former pharmacist and now podiatrist, Dr. Bill Danzeisen, to get to the sole of the matter.

Keywords: antifungals   chemist's corner   feet   nail diseases   onychomycosis  

NAILS' 10 Most-Viewed Questions Answered

December 27, 2013  | Article

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.

Keywords: glitter   nail discoloration   nail diseases   skin diseases   UV lights  

Backscratchers Herbal Synergy Nail and Cuticle Enhancer

April 16, 2012  | Product

Backscratchers’ new Herbal Synergy Nail and Cuticle Enhancer naturally enhances and restore discolored, unhealthy, yellow, or cloudy nails back to their beautiful luster.

Keywords: Backscratchers   nail diseases  

Under the Microscope: Ingrown Toenails

November 21, 2011  | Article

Common but painful, ingrown nails are often the result of poor care — and infection may follow.

Keywords: feet   ingrown toenails   nail diseases   Under the Microscope  

Diagnosing Different Nail Types

November 16, 2010  | Article

Not all nails are perfect. Some are thin, some are ridged, and some have cracks and tears. But luckily techs have a number of natural nail products to strengthen and treat a variety of nails. Here’s a quick guide from Nail Tek’s Mary Jo Zwirowski.

Keywords: nail diseases   Nail Tek   nail treatments   natural nail care  

What Is Foot Odor?

June 1, 2010  | Article

Summertime is here and that means it’s time for open-toed shoes and perfectly polished piggies. But not everybody looks forward to the time when shoes are optional. Some people prefer to keep their shoes on to cover their feet — and an unpleasant foot odor.

Keywords: nail diseases   pedicures  

Alert Clients to the Risk of Skin Cancer on Feet

June 1, 2010  | Article

Pedicurists are in the unique position of being able to advise clients of the risks and educate them about sunscreen use.

Keywords: feet   nail diseases   pedicures   skin care  

Correct Painful Toenail Woes Easily and Quickly

May 1, 2010  | Article

Heather Goodwin offers relief to clients suffering from mildly ingrown toenails and pincer nails with the application of a B/S Brace.

Keywords: feet   nail diseases   nail treatments   pedicures  

What Are Corns?

February 1, 2010  | Article

Though a common ailment, corns can often be avoided by something as simple as changing one’s shoes.

Keywords: diabetic clients   feet   nail diseases  

What Are Pincer Nails?

January 1, 2010  | Article

A common and potentially painful condition, pincer nails can often be avoided by careful detection and proper care.

Keywords: feet   nail diseases  

Prevent and Treat Toenail Damage

April 28, 2009  | News

Workout woes include damaged toenails, and Shape magazine talks about prevention and treatment.

Keywords: athlete's foot   consumer press   nail diseases   sports pedicures  

Poshé Super-Fast Drying TopCoat

April 1, 2008  | Product

New and improved formula is healthier since it no longer contains phthalates.

Keywords: client health   dibutyl phthalate (DBP)   fast dry top coats   nail diseases   Poshe  

The Art of Foot Reading [What Your Clients’ Feet Reveal About Them]

May 1, 2007  | Article

You might think a bunion or ingrown toenail is indicative of nothing more profound than too-tight shoes. But according to professional foot reader Jane Sheehan, our feet and toenails can lead insight into our personalities and emotional makeup.

Keywords: damaged toenails   foot care   nail diseases  

What Is a Splinter Hemorrhage?

June 1, 2005  | Article

n. (splĭn ‘tər hem’ər-ĭj) small areas of bleeding or hemorrhage underneath the nail bed that take the shape of straight lines; usually caused by hard impact or physical trauma to the nail; usually grows out with the nail after a few months

Keywords: elderly clients   fungal infections   nail diseases   nail trauma   splinter hemorrhage  
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