by Michelle Pratt
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 .
Safe to use over nail polish and acrylics without compromising the color coating, Vité 20’s Brush-On is a maximum strength topical treatment that kills fungus, according to the manufacturer.
Fresh Nail from Tammy Taylor is an effective remedy for the common bacterial infection of the nail plate, pseudomonas (AKA greenies).
by Dr. Dana Stern
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses habit tic, a nail defect that occurs as a result of repetitively picking or pushing back the cuticle. You might be surprised to learn that super glue can play a part in its treatment.
by Beth Livesay
“I’m using gel because of its durability and because it makes my nails tough, so the nail is protected when kicking against a hard surface,” says Lightweight MMA fighter Damon Tavangar.
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Vité 20 Brush-On is a no-mess and very discreet antifungal solution that kills the skin fungus that causes nail fungus.
Beau’s lines are a telltale sign of trouble. However, by the time a nail tech identifies them, the only thing left to do may be to cover up the evidence.
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses the causes of brittle nails and explores treatment myths and solutions.
Help heal client’s toenails from the inside out with the Anti-Fungal Nail Tincture Spay from Footlogix.
Remove annoying calluses within 28 days with Gehwol Callus Cream.
Anti-fungal Nail Tincture Spray
The Footlogix Anti-fungal Nail Tincture Spray is made with pharmaceutical-grade ingredients.
A new way of looking at the problem of salon-related allergies and contact dermatitis can reduce the likelihood of suffering from a condition that could end your career.
Psoriasis of the skin is a common issue, but what happens when psoriasis affects the nail? Help your clients get treatment for a condition that could be embarrassing — and painful.
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses the different reasons pseudomonas infections (sometimes called "greenies") may develop on clients’ nails and what to do about it if they do.
by Judy Lessin
In an in-depth interview with NAILS, pharmaceutical scientist Dr. Win L. Chiou discusses his nearly-50-year-long quest to beat toenail fungus and why he thinks he’s finally done it.
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