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General

No. We sell online and in select retailers and salons.

We sell our products on Amazon.com, Overstock.com, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Ebay, and select retailers/salons.

We do not recommend using Formula 1 or Formula 2 while pregnant or nursing. All other products are fine.

Yes. Although our products and their ingredients are safe, we are not physicians. We strongly suggest that any potential customer of ours who is taking additional prescription medications consult with a medical professional prior to using our products.

No.

We discontinued a lot of our nail tools as well as our nail polish colors. Some of them are still available on Amazon.com.

Foot Care

No.

No.

Nickel is antimicrobial, hypoallergenic. and lasts longer than other metals. It doesn't rust and it is a safe tool that prevents skin damage. 

Nail Care

They have been discontinued. You can still find them on Amazon.com. We focus on nail treatments only now.

9-FREE products do not contain any of the following: Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Toluene, Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor, Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP), Xylene, Paraben, Phthalate, Animal Ingredients. See our 9-FREE Treatments here.

Yes. All of our nail care is Formaldehyde free expcept for Nail Hardener Formula 1 and Nail Maintenance Formula 2.

Formaldehyde is an ingredient used to harden nails. It's essential to a nail hardening formula. The dosage used in Formula 1 and Formula 2 are so minimal that it is not an unsafe formula. We highlight the ingredient as users with sensitive skin may experience irritation or allergic reactions.

A top coat protects the manicure and extends its life. The base coat protects the nail from the color polish. Base coats also create an adhesive base for the nail polish to last longer.

3 years of age or older

Fungal Care

Yes. They're 100% all natural. We also incorporate natural ingredients to many of our other products.

Please visit our fungal education page here.

Please visit our Fungal Education Page here.

Yes. You can still use it, but we recommend diluting it if you find that it is too strong.