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Scared of nasty infections? 7 questions you should ask your salon

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But don’t cancel your next spa appointment just yet. Make sure you stay safe by asking these questions during the course of your next visit.

1. 'What are your overall cleanliness and safety regulations and procedures?'

Do your research beforehand, read reviews, or physically pop into your salon or spa before you book your appointment. You will be able to gauge the overall cleanliness. Are the counter tops and mirrors clean? Are the towels fresh? How often are the magazines in the waiting area replaced? These items can create the perfect environment for germs if not discarded regularly. Pay attention to the details – they can be good indicators of the general cleanliness of the salon. 

You can also ask if the salon has the necessary certifications and check whether these are on display. 

 2. ' Could you cover that cut on your hand with a plaster?'

If your manicurist or therapist has an open wound or sore on her finger, bacteria could be transferred to you. Any cuts or wounds on their hands should be covered to ensure the hygiene of clients. And that's not the only concern. Are the therapists in your salon neatly and cleanly dressed? If not, it’s likely they may not take hygiene seriously while doing a manicure or pedicure. Their kits and equipment should also be neat and sterile. 

nail fungus and discoloration from acrylic nails?

After wearing acrylic nails for a long period of time, my nails were discolored and frail. It has been 7 months and my nails are healthy again with acception of some existing discoloration (lighter areas near tips)- I am looking for a way to clear them


you need to go to the spa and get a proper nail file done. i do this at home. i take a fine grain nail file and file the nail bed. then i take a manicure block (you can get these at the drug store for super cheap) and i use the coarsest one first , then


you need to go to the spa and get a proper nail file done. i do this at home. i take a fine grain nail file and file the nail bed. then i take a manicure block (you can get these at the drug store for super cheap) and i use the coarsest one first , then

How do you treat a nail fungus that formed under acrylic nails?



Take selnium, zinc folic acid 3 times a day and it should clear up in no time. i did this for my jock itch i had for years and couldnt get rid of . Go to earth clinic com and look under ringworm and look at all the so called cures. ALSO THYROID.COM


You have to take the fake nails off and soak nails (not hands) in a bleach and water solution. Next go to the drugstore and get the fungal nail treatment and use that. Also, next time you goto nail salons, purchaseyour own manicure equipment. They don't


Take selnium, zinc folic acid 3 times a day and it should clear up in no time. i did this for my jock itch i had for years and couldnt get rid of . Go to earth clinic com and look under ringworm and look at all the so called cures. ALSO THYROID.COM