Relish in a scrumptiously scented effervescent bath soak to relax, cleanse and nourish. Then let a burst of refreshment scrub over you! Watermelon and basil oils combine with coarse sugar and rice bran oil to invigorate and exfoliate dull skin that's been under wraps too long! You are painted in a rich honey glaze - packed with live fruit cells, aloe and Vitamin E - and cocooned as the nourishing serum works to banish dry ashy skin and dead skin.  Walk out crisp and deliciously sweetened after a milk massage made with 5 natural oils and scented with green melon and natural cucumber extract.
Home Pedicures are easy to do, don’t take too much time and leave your feet feeling fabulous. Home Pedicures are perfect for people of have a little time available, and want to save the cost and inconvenience of having to commute to a salon for a pedicure. To do pedicures at home, you don’t need to have expensive tools and equipment as you only need a few basic things (most of which you probably already have), and then simply follow the easy steps involved.

Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Stearalkonium Bentonite, Acrylates Copolymer, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Silica, Benzophenone-1, Trimethylpentanediyl Dibenzoate, Tin Oxide. MAY CONTAIN / PEUT CONTENIR (+/-): Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, 77492, 77499), Manganese Violet (CI 77742), Red 6 Lake (CI 15850).
“It’s important to exfoliate your cuticles regularly, especially if you have dry skin. But you don’t have to wait for your manicurist to do this—just rub your nails with a wash cloth in the shower, pushing back and rubbing in a circular motion. The moist air in the shower will help soften the cuticle so you can clean it and remove dead skin easier.” —Lisa Jachno, a celebrity manicurist based in California Here are some surprising things your nails can reveal about your health.
Dip powder manicures are an alternative to traditional acrylic nails and gel polish. Dip powders have become popular due to ease of application. They are similar to traditional silk or fiberglass enhancements, with the fiber being replaced by acrylic powder. Both methods rely on layering cyanoacrylate over the natural nail and encasing either the fiber or acrylic powder. While a single layer of fiber is typical, multiple alternating layers of powder and cyanoacrylate may be used in dip nails.
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