349 Randall Road
South Elgin, IL 60177
Mon - Fri: 10am - 8pm
Sat: 9am - 6pm
Sun: 11am - 4pm
Quality, Cleanliness and Sanitation is Our #1 Priority
One time use Disposal Liner on all our Pipe Less Pedicures. One time use Buffer and Nails Files. Tool are sanitized by Medical Grade.
How to keep your nails staying healthy?
1. Sun, chlorine and harsh cleaning products can make your nails brittle. Get into the habit of using a sunblock when you are outside and gloves when you are inside. Always use a good moisturizer on your hands on a regular basis.
2. Foods that are rich in iron, calcium, vitamin B and potassium are as good for your nails as they are for the rest of your body. They include soy products, celery, yogurt, eggs and seafood too.
3. If your nails are weak, splitting, fragile etc, the problem could be traced back to an inadequate water intake. Most people don't drink nearly enough.
4. If your nails are constantly peeling, snapping or generally just not up to parr, look to your diet. It could be that there is an insufficient amount of Vitamin A in the foods you eat.
5. Yeasts proliferates under the nails of people overexposed to moisture (excessive hand washing, food and catering professionals, health care professionals, day care centre staff, etc.).

Quick repair of chipped nail polish:
1. Moisten the pad of your index finger with nail polish remover.
2. Soften the edge of the chip by swiping your finger across it.
3. Put a dab of nail polish on top of the chip. Let it set for a few seconds.
4. Immediately brush a coat of nail polish over the enire nail. Then, apply quick-drying topcoat.

What cause artifical nail fungus?
. There are 3 common ways nail fungus can develope
  1. Poor nail applicaion
  2. Damage to the artifical nails such as lift, broken, crack, etc.
  3 Bad hygiene
How to prevent artifical nail fungus?
  Artifical nails should be refilled every 2-3 weeks.
  Artifical nails should be replaced every 3-6 months.
  Clean nails thoroughly daily.
  If you suspect a nail has disloged, remove it and replace with a new nail.
  If you job requires that you submerge your hands in water for extended periods of time, avoid getting artifical nails or consult with nail technician for better advise.

Diabetes (sources from Nails Magazine)
Client: What do you mean? What difference does my diabetes mak with having a pedicure?
Tech: Well, it makes no difference as far as how wonderful and relaxed you'll feel, or how beautiful your feet will look when you leave. However, as your nail tech, it means I need to be more gentle during the massage and be more aware of water temperature. Diabetes can reduce blood circulation and even cause neuropathy. When that happens, the skin is less sensitive, and a client may not be ableto sense if the water is too hot, or the massage is too deep, or even if the file makes an abrasion on the skin.
Client: What are you most concerned about?
Tech: Foot infections are one of the most common health risks in people with diabetes. That's why I'll use a gentle file and keep your nails straight to reduce the possibility of them cutting into the skin as they grow. That can happen if they're too short or too rounded on the sides. I'll also use a sloughing lotion rather that a scub, because a salt or sugar scrub my be rough on the skin.

With over ten years experience in the industry, our certified technicians are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of services, with each service fully tailored to your personal needs.
349 Randall Road
South Elgin, IL 60177
(847) 931-9359
Monday 10:00 - 8:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 8:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 8:00
Thursday 10:00 - 8:00
Friday 10:00 - 8:00
Saturday 09:00 - 6:00
Sunday 11:00 - 4:00
New Year's Day Monday, January 1, 2024

Easter Day

Sunday, March 31, 2024
Memorial Day Monday, May 27, 2024
Independent Day Thursday, Jul 4, 2024
Labor Day Monday, Sep 2, 2024
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, Nov 28, 2024
Christmas Day Tuesday, Dec 25, 2024