Technique - Topic : nail diseases

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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,’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  

Closing In On Ingrown Toenails

December 1, 2002  | Article

Wearing tight, closed-toed shoes is an invitation for ingrown toenails. Soreness, irritation, and pain are just a few symptoms clients live with. Here we give you tried-and-true solutions to ease client discomfort.

Keywords: ingrown toenails   nail diseases   pedicure implements  

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