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Help Clients Prevent Athlete’s Foot

As a nail tech, you can’t diagnose or treat this fungus, but you can provide general information on avoiding athlete’s foot or preventing its recurrence.

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QUIZ: How much do you know about common foot conditions?

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Texas Salon Targets Athletic Clientele

Athletes may not be the stereotypical salon client, but there still is a market for sports lovers in the nail world!

Something to Talk About: Athlete’s Foot

Nearly 70% of adults will experience athlete’s foot at some point in their life. But how do you break the news to a client that she has fungus on her feet?

A Day in the Life of a Nail Expert: January 2015

In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses infections of the skin and nails that nail techs should be aware of.  

Fungasoap

Organic soap company Vermont Soapworks has teamed up with PediFix to create Fungasoap, an all-natural liquid soap that fights foot fungus. The soap is enriched with tea tree oil, an essential oil that has been used to fight fungal infections for centuries.

Under the Microscope: Athlete’s Foot

This common infection of the feet is most often characterized by cracked, flaking, and peeling skin between the toes.

Prevent and Treat Toenail Damage

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

What Is Athlete’s Foot?

This common infection of the feet is most often characterized by cracked, flaking, peeling skin between the toes. In the majority of cases, it responds well to self care.

The Aging Foot

Our feet — along with our activities— change as we mature. From hereditary problems to injuries, our feet often take a pounding the older we get. Help your clients take care of their feet throughout their lifetime to ensure good foot health into old age.