Monday, July 28, 2014


Our version of a mini "stay-cation" Summertime and everyone is on the go..... Take 60 minutes for yourself, relax in our recliner and close your eyes, while your feet soak in an aromatherapy water-bath. Imagine having your head massaged, then working the neck, shoulders, and arms while your feet are soaking in scented relaxing water. Next your massage therapist will work your leg and calve muscles. Finally a hot stone massage on your feet where a Foot Reflexology massage can be deeply relaxing and therapeutic for those suffering with plantar fasciitis, ankle injuries or even everyday work and play. If you enjoy the therapeutic benefits of foot Reflexology massage, you should know that the benefits are compounded when used as a frequent therapy. The more you go, the healthier you feel.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

It's time for beautiful nails!

There are plenty of reasons to get artificial fingernails. Maybe you're going to a wedding or reunion and you want to look sharp. Or perhaps you've had trouble growing your nails long and need assistance. Which is right for you: Acrylic or Gel? Acrylic Nails Your nail technician will mix a liquid with a powder and brush the mixture onto your nails. They'll usually cover your entire nail, though sometimes they'll just add tips or a flexible form that they can sculpt to extend your nails. The product hardens as it is exposed to the air. You may notice a strong odor during the application process, but it isn't harmful, provided the room has good ventilation. Maintenance: Over time, acrylics grow out with your nails. Every two to three weeks, you should return to the salon to have your nails filled in. Your technician will gently file down the acrylic edge closest to your nail bed, then fill in the empty area between your nail bed and the existing acrylic nail. Removal: When you decide to have your acrylics removed, your nail technician will remove them quite easily, with no forcing or prying, after soaking your hands in remover for 15 minutes.
Gel Nails Today's gels have a similar consistency to nail polish. They are brushed onto your nails, nail tips, to extend length. After your nail technician applies each coat, you must put your nails under ultraviolet (UV) light for up to two minutes to "cure" or harden the product. There is no odor during the application process, but some gel products create a burning sensation as the product cures. Maintenance: Like acrylics, gels grow out with your nails and need to be filled in every two to three weeks. Your technician will gently file down the gel edge closest to your nail bed, and then fill in the empty area between your nail bed and the existing gel nail. Removal: When you decide to have your gels removed, your nail technician will remove them quite easily, by gently clipping and filing to the natural nail

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Summer Hair

Summer is here and it is getting hotter day by day, your skin and hair needs special attention especially from drying and harmful sun-rays, so It’s necessary to understand the effects of summer season. Protection from Sun Sun affects not only your skin, it also affects your hair. It’s the enemy of your hair and scalp because it is consist of heat, UVA, UVB rays that cause damage. Sunscreen on the scalp while you are out in the sun will help to protect your scalp, and a professional deep conditioning treatment will help keep your hair soft and healthy through the summer. Overuse of heat appliances Especially during the summer, over use of hot irons and hair dryers can damage your hairs. Before using a blow dryer put a leave in conditioner in your hair, and before using a hot iron use a product that is designed to protect your hair from heat tools. Chlorine and salt water Chlorine and salt water can dry, discolor and damage your hair. Before swimming wet your hair thoroughly with water then add some leave in conditioner, this helps your hair from absorbing harmful chlorine. Most importantly make sure you wash your hair thoroughly immediately upon exiting the pool every time with a clarifying shampoo and moisturizing conditioner.

Monday, July 21, 2014

IBX and your nails

IBX is the first treatment of its kind. This penetrative toughening system works inside the nail instead of sitting on top like traditional nail services.The IBX application process is designed for ultimate penetration into the nail plate. IBX actually fuses the layers in the upper portion of the nail plate together with an interpenetrating polymer network (IPN). This patent pending formula locks itself within the nail plate–a permanent addition that will never need removal.
This innovative two-part system offers revolutionary benefits: Under Gel Polish Creates a protective shield for the nail. Reduces white spots that tend to occur with the use of Gel polish As a Natural Nail Growth Treatment IBX Repair is used to repair severe nail damage to set the stage for growth. IBX toughens the upper layers of the nail plate allowing nail growth. With multiple treatments fills up deep grooves resulting in a smoother nail plate. Natural nail color and appearance improved.
IBX by Famous Name The Next Generation of Award-Winning Nail Products For a product to be a “FAMOUS NAME”, it must be the best in class. We will only introduce the best. We are a company dedicated in selling only to the Nail Professional. We are commited to our partnership with the Nail Professional. Your industry is our industry—let’s make it the best it can be together!