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http://www.nailcaredeals.com We pride ourselves in offering the best information about nail care including information about manicures, pedicures and nail care products
3 Apr 2008
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Heading to the nail salon out of your budget? Jeanette Pavini has tips on keeping nail care affordable in today's Better Ways To Save.
24 Mar 2011
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Heading to the nail salon out of your budget? Jeanette Pavini has tips on keeping nail care affordable in today's Better Ways To Save.
24 Mar 2011
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Layton Massage. Visit http://www.laytonmassagetherapy.org/ or call us at (801) 341-2886 for more information about massage in Layton, UT. In this video, Karen, the Front End Coordinator of Phazes Salon & Day Spa, discusses the pedicure and other nail care services that are offered at Phazes Salon & Day Spa A pedicure here at Phazes; you also get a full-service pedicure. We do like to pamper you as well on that. You get a foot massage, you get a lower calf massage. They put a mask on your lower calves and it takes lumps off that dead skin so it leaves your skin nice and soft. They clip back your nails. They buff them and polish them with a color of your choice. You get to go out with fun little toes. I hope that answered all your questions about Phazes Salon. I hope that answered some of your skin care and hair care needs. If you have any more questions, feel free to call us here at Phazes. The number is 801-497-9300. For more information about massage in Layton, please visit http://www.laytonmassagetherapy.org/ or call (801) 341-2886 Phazes Salon & Day Spa 836 South Main Street, Layton, UT 84041 (801) 341-2886   (801) 497-9300 Massage Layton Utah http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBvgwY9Pamc
16 Mar 2012
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http://www.yes-nail.com/ - Fine the best nail beauty products here, we are leading supplier of UV lamp, nail art printer, nail care and other nail beauty products.
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http://www.montessalon.com Looking for a great pedicure or a great new hair style? Check out the best salon in Troy, Michigan -- Montes Salon is ready to serve you!
13 Sep 2009
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Anna Ermakova introduces nail care series appropriate for children, Ursula Karven presents her new yoga book and many other novelties all around the beauty are on this year's fair of Beauty Internationally in Dusseldorf, Germany.
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A good video to watch. http://www.nailcaredeals.com hosts an incredible collection of vital info on nail care and nail beauty.
10 Jun 2008
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digital portable nail printer operation demo For more info, please email: infogbsaesthetic.com MSN:infogbsesthetic .com nail printer, digital nail printer, nail art, pedicure, nail art printer, nail paint, nail painting, nail machine, nail art kits, nail care, nail design
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For more info, please email: infogbsaesthetic.com MSN:infogbsesthetic .com nail printer, digital nail printer, nail art, pedicure, nail art printer, nail paint, nail painting, nail machine, nail art kits, nail care, nail design
3 Jul 2009
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Romford based Tahiti Health & Beauty Salon also covering Brentwood, Ilford, Chigwell Row, Epping, Navstock, Hornchurch, Upminister and Ongar are a Beauty Salon. They offer nail care, facial treatments like water radiance prescription facial or algomask facial for example and Body Care including among many other things power sunbeds, instant tanning, airbrush liquid and slimming. Furthermore they offer Top to Toe Pamper Days and hair removal. Also men's treatments are part of their offering. http://www.touchromford.com/business/list/bid/1859859
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Toenail Fungus - Podiatrist in Chelmsford and Newburyport, MA - Help for Fungal Toenails http://www.nefootankle.com Fungal Nails - An Underreported Health Problem Fungal infection of toenails is a common foot health problem. A majority of victims don't seek treatment, maybe don't even recognize the existence of a problem. Studies estimate that it afflicts three to five percent of the population; however, doctors of podiatric medicine think that because so many cases go unreported, the incidence is much higher than that (they treat perhaps 2.5 million people annually, but that's less than a quarter of the cases estimated by the studies). Probably one reason that so many people ignore the infection is that it can be present for years without ever causing pain. Its prevalence rises sharply among older adults (20 to 30 percent, the studies say, though podiatric physicians think it's much higher). Because the older adults may be experiencing much more serious medical problems, it is understandable that fungal nails can be passed over as very minor, though it is anything but that. Whatever the case, the disease, characterized by a change in a toenail's color, is often considered nothing more than a mere blemish -- ugly and embarrassing. It is apparently assumed that since white markings or a darkening of the nail are minor occurrences, the change represents something minor as well, even when the blemish spreads. It may be that cosmetologists see this condition as often as doctors. Nail polish is an easy solution for many women, rendering the problem out of sight, out of mind. In many cases, however, that change in color is the start of an aggravating disease that ultimately could take months to control. Fungal infection of the nails is known to podiatrists and other physicians as onychomycosis. It is an infection underneath the surface of the nail, which can also penetrate the nail. If it is ignored, its spread could impair one's ability to work or even walk. That happens because it is frequently accompanied by thickening of the nails, which then cannot easily be trimmed and may cause pain while wearing shoes. This disease can frequently be accompanied by a secondary bacterial and/or yeast infection in or about the nail plate. What is a Fungal Nail? Onychomycosis is an infection of the bed and plate underlying the surface of the nail, and is caused by various types of fungi, which are commonly found throughout the environment. Fungi are simple parasitic plant organisms, such as molds and mildew, that lack chlorophyll and therefore do not require sunlight for growth. A group of fungi called dermophytes easily attack the nail, thriving off keratin, the nail's protein substance. When the tiny organisms take hold, the nail may become thicker, yellowish-brown or darker in color, and foul smelling. Debris may collect beneath the nail plate, white marks frequently appear on the nail plate, and the infection is capable of spreading to other toenails, the skin, or even the fingernails. Because it is difficult to avoid contact with microscopic organisms like fungi, the toenails are especially vulnerable around damp areas where people are likely to be walking barefoot -- swimming pools, locker rooms, and showers, for example. Injury to the nail bed may make it more susceptible to all types of infection, including fungal infection. Those who suffer chronic diseases, such as diabetes, circulatory problems, or immune-deficiency conditions, are especially prone to fungal nails. Other contributory factors may be a history of athlete's foot and excessive perspiration. Prevention Because fungi are everywhere, including the skin, they can be present months before they find opportunities to strike, and before signs of infection appear. By following precautions, including proper hygiene and regular inspection of the feet and toes, chances of the problem occurring can be sharply reduced, or even put to a halt. Clean, dry feet resist disease; a strict regimen of washing the feet with soap and water, remembering to dry thoroughly, is the best way to prevent an infection. Shower shoes should be worn when possible, in public areas. Shoes, socks, or hosiery should be changed daily. Toenails should be clipped straight across so that the nail does not extend beyond the tip of the toe. Use a quality foot powder -- talcum, not cornstarch -- in conjunction with shoes that fit well and are made of materials that breathe. Avoid wearing excessively tight hosiery, which promotes moisture. Socks made of synthetic fiber tend to wick away moisture faster than cotton or wool socks, especially for those with more active life styles. Artificial Nails and Polish Moisture collecting underneath the surface of the toenail would ordinarily evaporate, passing through the porous structure of the nail. The presence of an artificial nail or a polish impedes that, and the water trapped below can become stagnant and unhealthy, ideal for fungi and similar organisms to thrive. Always use preventive measures when applying polishes. Disinfect home pedicure tools and don't apply polish to nails suspected of infection on those on toes that are red, discolored, or swollen, for example. Treatment Depending on the nature of the infection and the severity of each case, treatment may vary. A daily routine of cleansing, over a period of many months, may temporarily suppress mild infections. White markings that appear on the surface of the nail can be filed off, followed by the application of an over-the-counter liquid antifungal agent. However, even the best-over-the-counter treatments may not prevent a fungal infection from coming back. A fungus may work its way through the entire nail, penetrating both the nail plate and the nail bed. If an infection is not overcome, or continues to reappear, further medical attention is strongly recommended. Laser Therapy GenesisPlus Are you embarrassed by your discolored toenails? If so, New England Foot and Ankle can HELP! New England Foot and Ankle is the only practice in the Merrimack Valley area to provide this breakthrough treatment Laser Therapy to treat toenail fungus. Our physicians at New England Foot and Ankle are at the forefront of laser nail care. Podiatric Medical Care A podiatric physician can detect a fungal infection early, culture the nail, determine the cause, and form a suitable treatment plan, which may include prescribing topical or oral medication, and debridement (removal of diseased nail matter and debris) of an infected nail. Indeed, debridement is one of the most common foot care procedures performed by DPMs. Newer oral antifungals approved by the Food and Drug Administration may be the most effective treatment. They offer a shorter treatment outlook (three to four months) and improved effectiveness, though DPMs advise that lengthier treatments, up to 12 months, may still be required for some infections. Current studies show that, for a small percentage of the population, there are some unwanted side effects with any oral antifungal. In some cases, surgical treatment may be required. Temporary removal of the infected nail can be performed to permit direct application of a topical antifungal. Permanent removal of a chronically painful nail, which has not responded to any other treatment, permits the fungal infection to be cured, and prevents the return of a deformed nail. Trying to solve the infection without the qualified help of a podiatric physician can lead to more problems. With new technological advances in combination with simple preventive measures, the treatment of this lightly regarded health problem can often be successful. Visit our website: http://www.nefootankle.com
5 Oct 2011
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Gone are the daunting days of pacing the drugstore aisles and wasting hard-earned money on gimmicky products that simply don’t deliver as Daily Glow (www.dailyglow.com), a leading health and beauty authority, announces its first-annual Daily Glow Awards. After in-depth research, testing and analysis of thousands of products in the marketplace, the 85 carefully selected products have been declared first year winners and granted “Glow-Getter” status, an accolade recognizing the most inventive, state-of-the-art and truly original products of 2011 within six categories: Skin, Hair, Makeup, Hand/Foot/Nail Care, Biggest Breakthroughs and Editors’ Picks. The inaugural Daily Glow Award winners will be highlighted in an expansive editorial feature on DailyGlow.com/Awards beginning December 16, 2011. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/53388-daily-glow-getter-awards-innovative-products-where-health-meets-beauty
18 Dec 2011
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Podiatrist in San Jose, CA - Chris Horine, DPM Meet Podiatrist Dr. Chris Horine as he discusses foot care at Neat Feet Podiatry Laser Center Nail and Foot Spa. http://www.neatfeetnow.com Toenail fungus can be embarrassing, annoying and even painful. At Neat Feet, we have helped thousands of people throughout the Bay Area get rid of nail fungus. Using a state-of-the-art laser with one 30 minute treatment, we can eliminate the pathogens that cause toenail fungus infection (Onychomycosis). The treatment is safe and painless without heat damage to the delicate nail bed tissue. All patients are seen by a Podiatrist, a foot specialist in foot and nail care. Our staff is fully trained in Foot and Nail Care under the supervision of Dr. Horine, a licensed podiatrist and expert in the field. Visit our website: http://www.neatfeetnow.com
17 Jan 2012
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Laser Treatment for Fungal Toenails - Podiatrist in San Jose, CA Dr. Chris Horine of Neat Feet Podiatry Laser Center Nail and Foot Spa discusses laser treatment for toenail fungus. http://www.neatfeetnow.com Toenail fungus can be embarrassing, annoying and even painful. At Neat Feet, we have helped thousands of people throughout the Bay Area get rid of nail fungus. Using a state-of-the-art laser with one 30 minute treatment, we can eliminate the pathogens that cause toenail fungus infection (Onychomycosis). The treatment is safe and painless without heat damage to the delicate nail bed tissue. All patients are seen by a Podiatrist, a foot specialist in foot and nail care. Our staff is fully trained in Foot and Nail Care under the supervision of Dr. Horine, a licensed podiatrist and expert in the field. Nail and Toenail Fungus (Onychomycosis) This new patented laser technology kills the pathogens that cause toenail fungus (onychomycosis). • The gentle laser light works through the nail • No side effects • Does not harm the nail or skin • No anesthesia needed • Usually only one treatment required • No downtime • 81% Effective • All patients see a Board Certified Podiatrist. The Foot Specialist. • Shoes and nail polish can be worn immediately after treatment. Visit our website http://www.neatfeetnow.com
17 Jan 2012
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Medical Spa Services - Podiatrist in San Jose, CA Dr. Chris Horine of Neat Feet Podiatry Laser Center Nail and Foot Spa discusses medical nail and foot spa services. http://www.neatfeetnow.com Medical Nail and Foot Spa Services MEDICAL NAIL CARE This service provides regular nail cutting, trimming and filing for those hard to cut or hard to reach toenails. We use state of the art nail filing machines and sterilized instruments in an air filtered room. The care is safe and personal. WATERLESS MEDICAL PEDICURE AND MANICURE There is no need to risk skin or nail infections. We do not put your feet or hands in water that may contain bacteria or fungus. All the instruments are disposable or steam sterilized. This means they are used only on you and no one else. WATERLESS CALLUS REMOVAL With our specialized products and techniques, callus removal is done quickly and safely without your feet soaking in water or tubs. For soft beautiful, and healthy feet, professional callus removal is a pleasure. APPLICATION OF NAIL LACQUER OR SHELLAC™ For that finishing touch that looks great for weeks, pick the color that sets the mood and we will professionally apply it for you. TOENAIL RESTORATION WITH MEDICALLY APPROVED KERYFLEX™ We were the first office on the West Coast and are the only provider in Santa Clara County trained in the KeryFlex™ Nail Restoration process. KeryFlex™ is a nail restoration system that uses polymer resins and special activators to create a durable, yet flexible artificial nail when exposed to a certain frequency of ultraviolet light. The interval between applications will vary according to the patient, but in general, the time between applications is six to eight weeks. KeryFlex™ is NOT a treatment for onychomycosis or related nail disorders. KeryFlex™ is a safe cosmetic application that makes a toenail appear more attractive. Patients can use nail polish and nail polish remover on a KeryFlex™ nail. Visit our website http://www.neatfeetnow.com
17 Jan 2012
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