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Tammy Taylor Diabetic Safe Water-Less Spa Pedicure & Dry Express Pedi Demo

Tammy Taylor demonstrates two different types of pedicures that are excellent for regular clients and for diabetics. Everything is disposable and you don’t need to use any metal implements. The Water-Less Spa Pedicure is a spa pedicure using steamed towels instead of a tub of water. The Dry Express Pedicure is the perfect lunch time pedicure that uses no water at all. "I really like these types of pedicures because they are fast, effective, sanitary and they conserve water,” says Taylor.

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Waterless Manicure Using Bodipure Keratin Gloves

The all-in-one manicure treatment is formulated with 100% vegetable active ingredients derived from renewable sources.

Keratin Gloves, Socks

Slip into a self-activating, antiseptic, and fortifying emulsion glove or sock to strengthen nails, soften cuticles, and moisturize hands and feet. 

Pedicure, Manicure Kits

The kits are an exclusive line of waterless mani and pedi kits that are easy-to-use, hygienic, and affordable. 

Spa Pedicure Collection

This spa pedicure collection is a four-step treatment that enriches skin with key ingredients to give feet much needed nutrients. 

Safe-T Nails Waterless Manicure, Pedicure Kits Demo

This video demonstrates how to use Safe-T Nails' waterless manicure and pedicure kits. 

How to: Waterless Spa Pedicures

Jamie Schrabeck of Precision Nails shows the benefits of eliminating water from a pedicure service and how to execute it. 

So I Want to Offer Pedicures...

Maggie is leaning toward waterless pedis after learning the rules on disposable liners.

You Didn’t Invent Nothin’

Think you’ve got a new idea? Maggie disagrees.

Interview with SPAtaneity's Missy Malone

The Dallas News interviews Missy Malone, a certified medical nail technician and founder of SPAtaneity Natural Nail Salon specializing in waterless pedicures and disposable nail kits. "Our goal is to ensure that we provide safe care to those who are diabetic, cancer patients, anyone with an immunosuppressed condition, even our elderly," Malone says.