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UV Exposure from Indoor Sources Can Be Damaging Skin

Many of my patients are shocked to learn that we also get UV exposure through the windows in our homes and cars. And are we experiencing damage from blue light from our screens?

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Express Facials

Repechage introduces two new Express Facials: the Biolight Express Brightening Facial for Dull, Uneven Skin and the Express Soothing Facial for Sensitive Skin.

A Day in the Life of a Nail Expert: Subungual Hematoma

In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses subungual hematoma, an accumulation of blood under the nail plate resulting from trauma to the fingers or toes.

Moisturize Hands and Nails With Lightweight, Nutrient-Rich Hand Cream

This lightweight lotion has many benefitial nutrients.

A Day in the Life of a Nail Expert: Rare Nail Diseases

In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses some of the rare nail diseases she’s seen in her practice, including several types of tumors found under the nail.

A Day in the Life of a Nail Expert: Q&As From Around the World (Part 2)

In this month’s column, Dr. Stern shares more questions she’s received about nail ailments from people all around the world.  

Nails and the Oncology Client

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. 

Exfoliate Irritated Skin with Organic Scrub

Although the moisturizer refreshes and soothes all skin types, it works especially well for dry and flaking skin.

Something to Talk About: Ringworm

Though the name suggests a subcutaneous creepy crawler, ringworm is not a worm at all. Keep reading to learn other fun facts to share with clients who suffer from this troubling tinea.

Something to Talk About: Eczema

Clients with eczema will likely be self-conscious about their dry, flaky skin. Ease their concerns by assuring them you know how to care for their condition.