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winter skin soothers


Entity’s Nanovive Intense Skin Treatment, from The Beauty Partnership, is a rich cream, specially formulated with time-release emollients, to help the skin’s natural ability to repair itself, and create softer, younger-looking skin, moisturised from within, on the hands and feet.


This product is particularly effective on rough spots, dry patches and calluses, making it ideal for use during theWinter months.


Kirogel is Yon-Ka’s hand and foot treatment: a hydrating and soothing gel with triple action botanicals that exfoliate, hydrate and soften all in one. With a pleasant citrus smell, Kirogel will repair damaged or dry skin, and feels fresh on application, is easily absorbed and leaves a non-oily protective film, making it ideal for combating roughness and calloused skin.


Instead of using a strong alcohol based hand sanitiser to wash yours and your clients’ hands, Palms Extra recommends opting for Nubar’s nourishing Skin Essentials Hand Lotion.


Sanitiser can often cause more harm than good especially on sensitive skin during the coldWinter months, changing to hand lotion will help revive hands and keep them well moisturised. Nubar’s Skin Essential hand lotions come in six different fragrances and contain vitamins and minerals to promote healthy nails.


Also available, Nubar’s Ridge Filler is an ideal treatment to use throughout winter as this helps fill in any tiny imperfections such as the ridges caused by brittle nails, ask clients to use it weekly and by the time the sun comes out again they will have enviously strong and beautiful nails.


Finally, don’t forget to finish your manicures with a slick of Nubar’s Cucumber Cuticle Oil as this will help to rehydrate the nails once painted.


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Bio Sculpture’sHand and Body Butter moisturises and nourishes the skin, using a blend of carefully selected botanicals with highly effective vitamins and antioxidants.


Entity’sNanovive Intense Skin Treatment is a rich creamformulated with time-release emollients to create softer and younger looking skin.


OPI’s Avoplex Replenishing Hand andNail Therapy range offers clients intense relief fromsore chapped hands.


Nubar’s Skin EssentialsHand Lotion will help revive hands and keep them wellmoisturised throughout the Wintermonths.


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