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SEP 2017

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106 | NAILS MAGAZINE | SEPTEMBER 2017 Dermelect Cosmeceuticals' new Resist Nail Bite Inhibitor + Restorative Treatment is a clear nail polish with a bitter taste that will discourage nail biting or thumb sucking clients from giving into the habit. This peptide-infused nail strengthening treatment also works to restore damaged nails and cuticles. You can use the nail bite inhibitor as a base coat or a high-shine top coat, and it can be used on anyone age 3 and up. For best results, apply one to two coats and allow it to dry. A great retail item, clients can follow up at home with an application every two days. For more information, visit www.dermelect.com. Nail Bite Inhibitor Allows Clients to Grow Longer Nails Parodi Professional Care's new Comforting Muscle Lotion is formulated for professionals whose active workdays cause overworked muscles — something nail techs know a lot about. The lotion utilizes traditional cooling agents, like menthol and camphor, to help calm and relax tired muscles, while ingredients such as arnica and magnesium oil soothe the fatigued muscles. For more information, visit www.parodicare.com. Soothe Sore Muscles With Specialized Lotion } HEALTH Cover Up Fungal Nails With the KeryFlex Nail Restoration System Good news for clients embarrassed by discolored fungal toenails: A new treatment is available from podiatrists that can be used in conjunction with antifungal laser treatments. The KeryFlex Nail Restoration System covers up fungal nails with a flexible and durable coat that mimics the look of a real toenail. A resin material is applied to the nail and hardened with a special light that bonds the material and the nail together. The coating can last up to eight weeks, and clients are able to polish their nails at home as they would with an authentic toenail. Clients should not receive laser treatment for nail fungus while KeryFlex nails are in place, although they can be applied immediately after completing laser treatment. For more information, visit www.keryflex.com.

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