Nails Magazine

MAR 2013

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Condition Skin With Exotic Oils Body Drench has introduced three new body lotions sure to send clients' senses swirling. Body Drench Exotic Oils moisturize, condition, and tantalize. The collection includes: Moroccan Argan Oil: In Morocco you'll find "liquid gold" — argan oil.  Renowned for its conditioning and restorative properties, argan oil makes this formula creamy, enriching, and nourishing. Tahitian Monoi Oil: Used to soften skin and encourage relaxation, this body lotion will rehydrate and rejuvenate while whisking users away on a tropical vacation. Indian Neroli Oil: Help clients relax with the soothing properties of neroli oil. Known as the world's most natural moisturizer, neroli oil leaves skin feeling luscious and refreshed. For more information, go to www.nailsmag. com/fifi/13451. Don't Rush GelPolish Removal, Says NMC According to a new informational brochure e from the Nail Manufacturers Council on Safety, UV gel manicure products should only be applied to healthy nail plates, and are best avoided if nail plates are overly thin, hin, weak, or damaged. Clients who desire frequent color changes quent (every few days) should be encouraged to use traditional types of nail polish. The report, titled "UV Gel Manicures: Proper Removal for Continued Nail Health," goes on to explain that in order to safely remove gel-polish, nail techs should avoid exerting force to remove the coating. "Forceful scraping or prying techniques, even with a wooden pusher, can dislodge many layers of nail cells to leave large numbers of tiny pits on the natural nail's surface that collectively can give the appearance of surface white spots of varying size and shape," says the report. To read the full report, go to B Beauty Defined M Milady's Beauty & Wellness Dictionary, 3rd Edition, is a comprehensive, easy-to-use, Ed A to Z reference of beauty and wellnessrelated terms. This edition features r hundreds of updated definitions, providing h their meaning as well as application in areas such as anatomy, cosmetic chemistry, dermatology, esthetics, hair, and nutrition. 110 | NAILS MAGAZINE | MARCH 2013

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