by Michelle Pratt
When the weight of the body lands on a swollen nerve, it can be debilitating. Learn the symptoms and alert clients to this common problem that develops in the nerves of the foot.
Paronychia may start off as a small annoyance, but it can turn into a big problem. Early detection and treatment are best defense against this potentially painful infection.
by Nicole Johnson
Ingrown toenails are a common issue. Learn all about ingrown toenails and what to do as a nail tech if your client asks for your help with one.
Dr. Dana’s easy-to-use Nail Renewal System utilizes plant-based science to combat brittle, ridged, weak and over-processed nails gets a relaunch.
A New York City "Super Doc" dermatologist sits down for a Q&A about the popular skincare ingredient.
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by Dana Stern MD
Dr. Stern quizzes you on your knowledge of a range of nail disorders and examines the characteristics of each.
by Abbi Hassan
Are you a nail technician dealing with various issues regarding toenail fungi? Worry not. We have a few tips that can help you in treating them with professional care.
by Dana Stern, MD
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern explores the causes of acute and chronic paronychias and how to treat them.
by Dr. Dana Stern
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses the challenges associated with diagnosing and treating nail fungus.
by Anne Moratto
When his favorite stylist noticed something, this client had reason to thank her for more than a good cut.
Gehwol med Protective Nail and Skin Oil contains ingredients like wheat germ oil, panthenol, and bisabolol to care for the nails and skin.
Essie’s new ridge-filling base coat, Smooth-e, combats more than just ridges.
by Holly Schippers
Troubleshoot common nail conditions by targeting the cause and customizing your care — both in the salon and with home care recommendations.
by Dana Stern, M.D.
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses her consultations with patients dealing with retronychia, dysplastic nevus, and glomus tumors.
by By CJ Murray
Simply put, biofilm is an accumulation of standing water.
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