Waterless Manicures are done with heated mitts and a great product called P0D0SAFE for excess cuticles. This product allows excess cuticles to be removed just with a cuticle pusher and I use cuticle nippers very little. Then I apply cuticle oil and massage hands. I apply regular polish or organic polish called Dazzle Dry
File nails, push cuticles back. Cleanse nails, prep nail plate. Never manicure (wet) nails prior to gel this causes nails to shrink and expand. If you have gel on prior remove with cotton /acetone and clips or foil. You can remove with drill as long as your trained properly
Dazzle Dry organic polish is a great Product for the organic minded person. You heat up the base coat and apply to coats thinly and it turns into a rubbery consistency which really sticks to the Nail plate. Then apply two coats of color then top coat and drys in 5 minutes.
My pedicures are done with heated foot mitts. I apply this great new product to the cuticles and to dry areas on the bottom of the foot. The product I use is P0D0SAFE which removes dry skin and cuticles promptly. I apply product to cotton and put on dry areas on the foot then wrap feet and place in heated mitts to speed the process. Dry skin and cuticle is remove by gently scrapping downward motion and this removes the dryness. Then use soft side off foot file and the rest rolls off.
Waterless gel pedicure is done the same as a waterless pedicure. if gel is already on the toes I wrap in remover with foil and still apply P0D0SAFE to the feet. I wrap feet and put them in heated mitts
The Nail Spa will confirm your appointment 48 hours before and if you need to reschedule please do so by 48 hours also. There will be a fee that will be charged for late cancelations and no shows less than noted time. I will need a credit card to hold appointment. Thank You Roseanne Baldino
1775 Bald Hill Road Warwick, Rhode Island 02886. Inside RGE
Closed Monday. My hours are Tuesday thru every other Saturday. Tuesday thru Thursday 10:00 to 5:30, Friday 10:00 to 5:00, Saturday 9:00 to 2:00.