This method kills all germs and spores
This method kills some bacteria but not spores
Term for cleansing nail prior to polish applicaton
Name for the part of the nail that is filed, shaped and bevelled
This tool is used to remove dry/dead skin from the feet
A cuticle knife should be used on a wet nailplate to avoid this
Disposable item used to ease back the cuticles
Part of the nail where cells develop
Term used to describe a treatment for the feet
Term used to describe a treatment of the hands/nails
Used during a manicure to add heat
Treatment Time for a Luxury Manicure/Pedicure
Avoid this movement when filing the nails to avoid splitting
Specialist Treatment involving the use of melted wax
Use this product to reduce ridges on the nail plate
Use this tool with buffing paste to smooth out nail plate ridges
Use this type of polish remover on natural nails
Term used for removing wisps from free edge of nail
This product must be totally removed to avoid soreness of the cuticle
Nail Condition - Soreness, Puss, Redness around cuticle walls
Nail Condition - Small white flecks on nail plate
Fungal Nail Infection of the Feet
Viral infection - usually found on fingers
This condition occurs when the nail on the foot presses into the skin
Term used to describe the spreading of bacteria
Use this equipment to sterilise metal tools
Use this solution to store metal tools during use to control bacteria
Use this tool to shorten long nails before filing
This term describes an effect that happens during or after a manicure/pedicure
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