October 1, 2008
Essie’s Sea Mineral Glow features a blend of finely ground sea minerals with pure essential oils of lavender, lemon, and chamomile.
Entity’s Rainforest Pedicure Kit uses rich nutrients, exotic ingredients, and curative energies to revitalize the skin as well as the soul.
Feet First Spa has a new collection of pumice products, Pummz.
Young Nails’ new Lomasi Scrubs exfoliate and cleanse skin while moisturizing to make skin soft and smooth.
Pedi Couture’s Pedicure Sandals make great retail items for regular salon clients.
Star Nail Offers Biodegradable Pedicure Slipper
September 1, 2008
Estelina’s Intensive Heel and Foot Scrub Therapy, and Intensive Heel and Hand Cream Therapy are specially formulated to exfoliate, hydrate, and heal your driest problem skin areas.
En Vogue’s Lemon Fennel Spa Products use the invigorating scent of lemon to produce soothing and rejuvenating manicure and pedicure products.
August 1, 2008
Bio Creative’s Pedisation Pedicure System uses the power of science and nature to bring a soothing antioxidant treatment that leaves feet refreshed and clean.
Orly's collection of six pedicure treatments is formulated to invigorate, replenish and beautify feet.
June 30, 2008
The best pedicure file out there.
June 1, 2008
Microplane Foot Files use tiny files to create a bidirectional exfoliating system that gently massages tired feet while removing cracked dry skin and leaving them soft.
Head to Toe’s (h2T) new addition to its Hand and Foot Therapy Line is the Pumpkin Peel with Natural Exfoliating Fiber.
Toezeez are individual, biodegradable toe separators that are easy to use and earth-friendly.
May 1, 2008
Try this soothing and cooling mask for either summer or winter pedicures.
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