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The Nail Doctor: Brown Lines and Acetone

October 1, 1993  | Article

The Nail Doctor helps us interpret brown lines on our nails, and the potential effects of acetone.

Keywords: acetone/removal products   cancer   splinter hemorrhage   The Nail Doctor  

Cuticles Help Protect Against Infection

June 1, 1993  | Article

Although structurally small, the cuticle plays an important role in maintaining the integrity and function of the nail and its surrounding tissues.

Keywords: cuticle care   cuticle treatments   fungal infections   health  

Know the Warning Signs of Chemical Sensitivity

May 1, 1993  | Article

Tired and cranky? Bothered by headaches, nausea, or blurred vision? It may be you’re sensitive to the chemicals you work with. Short of entering a plastic bubble, learn how to protect yourself from chemical overexposure.

Keywords: allergic reactions   chemical safety   healthy working   work related injuries  

Give Clients the Healing Feeling

May 1, 1993  | Article

Reflexology requires skill and some intuition, but experts say clients are willing to pay more to feel better.

Keywords: massage   reflexology  

A Client's Nail Care Guide

April 1, 1993  | Article

You know how you want your clients to take care of their nails at home – send these guides home with them to make sure they know.

Keywords: client communication   client health   natural nail care  

Common Questions Clients Ask About Nails

April 1, 1993  | Article

Why do I need regular manicures? What does my nail technician do to prevent spreading germs in the salon?

Keywords: reader questions  

Self-Esteem Is a Beautiful Gift to Give

March 1, 1993  | Article

Paramedical makeup artists use special techniques and cosmetics to help clients camouflage hair loss, skin flaws, and nail deformities.

Keywords: breast cancer awareness   chemotherapy   effects of medications on nails   hashtags   special needs clients  

Clients And Technicians Can Live With Contact Dermatitis

February 1, 1993  | Article

Does red, rough skin, small blisters, and separated nails sound familiar? What you may be calling a fungal infection could be an allergy to nail products.

Keywords: allergic reactions   nail and skin disorders   working with doctors  

Pedicures for Athletic Feet

December 14, 1992  | Article

Clients “on the run” need a different kind of foot care than the average client. Learn to recognize signs of diseases and disorders common to athletes so that you can service them better.

Keywords: pedicures   sports pedicures  

Debunking the Fungus Myth

April 1, 1992  | Article

Fungal infections of the fingernail are relatively rare and can only be treated with internal prescription medications.

Keywords: fungal infections   The Nail Doctor  

Acrylic Nail Reactions

August 1, 1991  | Article

“The Nail Doctor” is a monthly health column written by Orville J. Stone, M.D., a dermatologist who specializes in diseases of the nail. This column is intended as a guide to help you recognize and understand common nail conditions. Remember, however, that your job as a nail technician is to beautify the nails, not to diagnose or treat physical ailments.

Keywords: acrylics   allergic reactions   nail diseases  

How to Establish a Referral Relationship With a Physician

January 1, 1991  | Article

Working  with a doctor lets clients know you care

Keywords: working with doctors  

Pedicure Precautions: What Every Pedicurist Should Know

April 1, 1989  | Article

Summer's almost here, which means you're probably thinking about ways to get pedicure clients into your salon.

Keywords: nail diseases   pedicure safety   special needs clients  

FDA Nail File

May 1, 1988  | Article

All the facts at your fingertips

What Does FDA Say?

May 1, 1988  | Article

The FDA receives relatively few cosmetic-relatd consumer complaints; manufacturers aren't required to pass along complaints they receive. 

Keywords: chemical safety   healthy working  

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